Students in the Park
Service Learning at Rocky Mountain National Park
Students are making important contributions to the work and research being done at Rocky Mountain National Park.
Many high schools and colleges are using the park a living laboratory for research and learning. Students are participating in citizen science projects, collecting data, and investigating issues. Their work is not only providing them with a in-depth undertanding of the ecology and issues in the park, but is also providing the park with valuable information that is being used to better manage the resources in the park.
Additionally, high school and college students from throughout Colorado and the nation are volunteering and working in the park through programs such as The Student Conservation Association, Groundwork Denver, American Conservation Corps, Environmental Learning for Kids, and the Eagle Rock Internship Program. Their efforts are helping to protect and preserve the amazing resources of the park.
To view a video about the experiences of the 2011 Eagle Rock Interns, Click Here.