• Jimmy Carter National Historic Site Visitor Center- Plains High School

    Jimmy Carter

    National Historic Site Georgia

Volunteer

Volunteer with visitor
Volunteer Bobby Whitehair shares President Carter's views on stewardship as she gives park visitor a tree seedling during a President's Day program.
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Volunteer

Looking for a way to spend a few idle hours? Have a talent you would like to share? Want to learn a new skill? The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site is in need of volunteers. Volunteers at the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site help preserve and maintain the cultural and historic resources of the park for today’s visitors as well as for future generations who will explore the park years from now. Volunteers at the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site play an important role in daily operations.

Volunteer duties could include greeting visitors from around the world and providing them with valuable information, caring for farm animals, mending fences, gathering vegetables in the garden or assisting with school groups, depending on your interest. Please consider enriching our visitors’ experiences by sharing your time and knowledge at the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site.

A volunteer application is required for volunteer positions. Some positions require a time commitment and training. Training will be provided. Please apply online at: www.volunteer.gov/gov, or write or call:

Volunteer Coordinator
Jimmy Carter National Historic Site
300 North Bond Street
Plains, GA 31780
(229)824-4104

Did You Know?

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In 1980 President Carter signed the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act. The Act designated 55 million acres of wilderness that more than doubled the size of the National Wilderness Preservation System.