• Montezuma Castle's prehistoric dwelling

    Montezuma Castle

    National Monument Arizona

Volunteer

About the VIP Program at Montezuma Castle National Monument

Volunteer duties at Montezuma castle, Montezuma well, and/or Tuzigoot national monuments include assisting in the operation of visitor centers, conducting trail patrols, guided walks and talks. Duties vary according to the skills and interests of the volunteers. Applications are accepted and positions are available year-round. Knowledge of computers would be helpful. Interpretive training provided. Volunteers work 2-6 hours/day. Please indicate which park(s) you would be interested in or if you would like to work in the administrative office.

Plus if you put in 250 hours each year, you get an annual VIP pass to all of your national parks!

Fill out the Volunteer Application and either fax it to us at 928-567-3057, or bring it in. If you have any questions, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Case Griffing, at 928-567-3322 x230. We look forward to working with you!

 
Volunteer Rosemary with visitors
Volunteer-In-Park Rosemary talks with visitors while she demonstrates how yucca was processed and used by the Sinagua.
NPS PHOTO

Did You Know?

Datura Flower

Spring is a beautiful time at Montezuma Castle National Monument. Beware this flower, though: this Sacred Datura, or Jimson Weed, is toxic if eaten.