• The Little Studio and Saint-Gaudens' home

    Saint-Gaudens

    National Historic Site New Hampshire

Volunteer

a museum shop volunteer

One of our Volunteers-in-the-Park

Saint-Gaudens greatly appreciates all the time volunteers donate in helping the park operate at its highest potential. The park offers many opportunities for individuals and groups to spend time volunteering in various departments within the park: interpretation, collections, grounds maintenance, and natural resources.

Interpretation

  • Conducting house and grounds tours
  • Staffing the park's museum shop
  • Modeling for sculpture classes
  • Helping park staff on concert Sundays


Collections

  • Organizing curatorial storage items
  • Helping the museum specialist clean and restore artwork
  • Researching information on rare museum pieces

Grounds Maintenance

  • Creating flower arrangements for placement around park buildings
  • Aiding grounds staff with lawn care and gardening
  • Repairing and remodeling small park structures and fencing

Natural Resources

  • Clearing the park trails of organic material
  • Collecting debris and trash from parking areas around the park grounds and surrounding road
  • Assisting with invasive plant removal

These are just a few of the jobs available for those interested in volunteering at the park. For more information about any of the above and other positions, please contact:

Gregory Schwarz
Chief of Visitor Services
(603) 675-2175 x107
e-mail us

Download a volunteer application at this link, and send back to the park. Let Saint-Gaudens know how you would like to get involved!

Did You Know?

Liberty ship, named the Augustus Saint-Gaudens

There was a WWII liberty ship named the Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Launched in March 1944, in Panama City, Florida, it was later used to ferry troops during D Day, June 6, 1944. It was sold to Italy in 1947 and renamed the Nazareno. The ship was scrapped in 1967.