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.
For more information regarding Klondike Gold Rush - Seattle Unit National Historical Park volunteer program, please call Spirit Trickey at 206 220-4240 or email .
Did You Know?
Many stampeders thought the Klondike Gold Fields were located in Alaska. Actually the gold placer deposits were in the Yukon Territory, in Canada.