A cold front moving into the region will cool down our temperatures
A few light showers are possible from late Wednesday through Friday with only light rain and snow accumulations. Expect drier weather conditions and a warming trend this weekend. (Source NOAA) More »
"We are the department of all America. We represent the people of this country from Yosemite National Park and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, Samoa and Guam, and the Virgin Islands. As the Department of America, our ranks should reflect the face of the American public we serve." - Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar
The SOAR Program is designed to introduce students of diverse backgrounds to careers in the National Park Service. The program represents a commitment to increase staff diversity at Grand Canyon National Park.
Each student employee will work closely with a staff mentor from their division of interest, as well as learn the broader functions of the National Park Service.
The SOAR Program gives students a "jump start" in their chosen career fields by providing valuable, paid, work experience while they are still in school. After completion of their academic and work requirements, students may be eligible for permanent employment.
The SOAR Program consists of the following elements to assist selected candidates during their summer employment:
Students are eligible for the SOAR Program if they are:
How to Apply
2013 Positions have not yet been announced. (as of January 28, 2013)
Questions? Contact the Diversity Program Coordinator, at 928-638-7375
SOAR Brochure (900kb PDF file)
Did You Know?
For more than 30 years Grand Canyon National Park has provided a free shuttle bus system on the South Rim. Visitors and residents have made 75,000,000 boardings. Riding the shuttles makes your stay more enjoyable, while reducing pollution and decreasing traffic congestion. More...