• large wooden spikes jut out from a large wooden angular wall lit by sunlight. verdant grass surrounds it.

    Fort Stanwix

    National Monument New York

Volunteer

A cannon crew of six men stands on the bastion of the fort, preparing to roll the iron gun back to the embrasure and fire it.

Ft. Stanwix NM's volunteer cannon crew. NPS PHOTO

The Volunteers In Parks (VIP) program in the National Park Service is an integral part of daily operations in the nearly 400 park units in the system. Volunteers bring expertise, and often allow the parks to offer more diverse programming to the public.

The VIP program at Fort Stanwix National Monument has had a long and rich history, starting with the creation of the Fort Stanwix Garrison volunteer organization back in 1975. Since then, VIPs have helped the park to share its stories with visitors from all over the United States and all over the world as well.


You can learn more about the many different VIP Opportunities at Fort Stanwix by visiting the park New VIP Opportunities Page.

For encampment information please call 315-338-7730, or e-mail the following link for Encampment Regulations and FAQs

 
VIP in green vest explains what is on wall with many faces on it.

Park volunteer discussing interpretive exhibits with visitors. NPS PHOTO

To find out more about becoming a Volunteer at Fort Stanwix National Monument, please contact the park at 315-338-7730 or
park
VIP Coordinator
by
VIP E-mail.
 
To view more NPS volunteer opportunities, go to www.nps.gov/volunteer or www.volunteer.gov/gov

Or visit
TAKE PRIDE IN AMERICA® or www.TakePride.gov

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