• A plush carpet of green grass covering the Mound City Group in summer

    Hopewell Culture

    National Historical Park Ohio

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Employment Opportunities at Hopewell Culture NHP

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HOCU staff at Seip
Hopewell Culture NHP Interpretation and Resource Management staff at Seip Earthworks.
 

Current Job Vacancies at Hopewell Culture NHP

No current postings

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Click here for more info on the Pathways program

Click the logo above for more information about the Pathways program

Student Positions - Pathways

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All student positions at Hopewell Culture NHP will be posted here and on usajobs.gov when they become available.


 
Click here for more info on the SCA

Click the picture above for more info on the Student Conservation Association

Student Conservation Association Internship

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Did You Know?

State Route 104 entrance

Established on March 2nd, 1923 as Mound City Group National Monument, the park was the first federally created National Park Service site in Ohio. President Warren G. Harding, a native of Ohio, established the national monument using powers granted to him under Section 2 of the 1906 Antiquities Act. The park was eventually re-named Hopewell Culture National Historical Park on May 27th, 1992 after congressional legislation was approved in the House and the Senate. More...