The Seattle Unit of Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park is looking for individuals who would like to share their knowledge of Seattle with students. Volunteers work alongside our staff providing in-depth educational programming about Klondike Gold Rush history, Washington State, and Seattle history. Still interested in volunteering for the National Park Service, but not keen about talking in public? A variety of positions exist for individuals to develop educational programming, materials, and program logistics.

School programs are presented both here at the park and in various schools around the greater Seattle area.

For more information regarding the Seattle Unit of Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park volunteer program, please call Julie Forseca de Borges at 206 220-4240 or e-mail .

The Klondike Gold Rush NHP - Seattle Unit is currently looking for four or more the summer to assist with the ongoing "In My Backyard" project.

The goal of the project is to connect urban youth with National Parks and cultural and historical sites in Washington. This is a great opportunity for community engagement, conservation and education. The application deadline is. Please see the PDF announcement for more details.


Current Announcement seeking Klondike Gold Rush NHP summer volunteer staff for the visitor center operations. more

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