The VIP Program at Hamilton Grange National Memorial
Hamilton Grange has a need for volunteers!!!!
Do you enjoy working with people? Do you love history? Do you want to share the stories of our national heritage? Have you ever thought about working in a National Park? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, here is an opportunity for you!
Volunteer opportunities at Hamilton Grange National Memorial are diverse. Volunteers are encouraged from the public without regard to race, creed, religion, age, sex, national origin, or disability. Please note that volunteers are not considered to be federal employees, but are protected from tort claims and may receive injury compensation. We supply uniform shirts and may supply other items to identify a volunteer. It is not our policy to offer any stipends for volunteers. Volunteer service is not creditable for leave accrual or any other employee benefit. However, volunteer service is creditable work experience.
Current Volunteer Opportunity
Visitor Center Volunteer
We have a current need for volunteers to work in our Visitor Center. If you are a people person consider working in our Visitor Center. You will help visitors get the most out of their visit to our site, help with our children's programs, assist with special events, answer questions, and much more. The time commitment of four hours a week is requested.
To apply to become a volunteer please print and complete the Volunteer Application and fax to: 646-548-9366.
or mail to: David Underwood- Hamilton Grange National Memorial, 414 West 141st Street New York, New York 10030.
Once we receive your application, we will contact you for an interview.
For more information contact David Underwood at (646) 548- 2310.
Volunteer Resources to download
Did You Know?
Although Hamilton was born in the West Indies island of Nevis then immigrated to the colonies as a teenager he was eligible for the presidency as was anyone who was a citizen at the time of the signing of the Constitution.