This site will be closed on Thursday 11/28/13 in honor of Thanksgiving. The site will reopen on Friday 11/29/12 with the normal operating hours.
Volunteers-In-Parks are Very Important People!
Volunteers serve an integral role in the operation of General Grant National Memorial. Volunteers share in telling the story of the life and death of Ulysses S. Grant. Volunteers also have the opportunity to protect this extraordinary place and share it with visitors from around the world.
As a volunteer with the National Park Service, you can become a part of a team with a long tradition of public service. Your principal duties will be to answer visitors' questions, lead guided tours, and roam the park site to answer inquiries.
To learn more about Volunteers-In-Parks, please go to the National Park Service Volunteer website at www.nps.gov/volunteer.
If you wish to be considered for a volunteer position at General Grant National Memorial Please complete the application form found here, and fax it to (212-932-9631). You may also deliver the application, in person, at the visitor center.
To contact a volunteer coordinator, e-mail us.
Did You Know?
Ulysses S. Grant acquired the only slave he is known to have owned from his father-in-law, Frederick Dent. In the late 1850s, Grant was unsuccessfully trying to earn his fortune as a farmer. Rather than sell him for much-needed cash, Grant chose to give William Jones his freedom in March of 1859.