• View of the Golden Gate Bridge, taken from the Marin Headlands, looking towards San Francisco at sunrise.

    Golden Gate

    National Recreation Area California

Design Volunteers In Parks

Design Volunteers In Parks Program
Students from the Academy of Art University presented eight interpretations of the 100th Anniversary of Muir Woods in 2008.
 
Design Volunteers In Parks program logo

NPS/Kay Sathienvantanee

The Design Volunteers In Parks Program is an innovative program which works in collaboration with students from the Academy of Art University, R/GA, and Ex'pression College. The purpose of the program is to help students connect with the parks' natural and cultural resources while demonstrating their ability to understand particular targeted audiences. Students participating in the program benefit by obtaining experience as volunteers working for the National Park Service as clients. Students also have the opportunity to demonstrate their skills in new media design.

Please feel free to browse through our online gallery of past works from the program.

 

Students participating in the Design Volunteers In Parks program were challenged to produce a variety of multimedia products for the park. Check out the commercials they produced for the park.

 

Did You Know?

Photo of Western Gulls (Larus occidentalis).

Alcatraz Island is the site of a large colony of Western Gulls (Larus occidentalis), the gull species that inhabits the Oregon and California coast. Individuals mate for life and come together each year on Alcatraz to defend their historic territory and raise three chicks.