Organized groups are an integral part of Sequoia and Kings Canyon’s Volunteer-In-Parks program. Examples of group volunteer projects include: fence construction, invasive plant species removal, native plant propagation, various maintenance duties such as sanding and painting, trash pickup,nursery/greenhouse care, and weeding. To view all current volunteer opportunities, please visit www.volunteer.gov/gov and search for keywords “Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks”. For more information on volunteering as an organized group, please contact Tim Barrett (559) 565-4232 or Denise Robertson (559) 565-3132.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon welcome volunteers from any country in the world (non-citizens cannot be hired into paid Federal positions). If you are a college or university student from another country, work for another country's park agency, or have a background in environmental or cultural related fields, and might be interested in volunteering for the National Park Service visit the National Park Service International Volunteers in Parks.
PARTNER VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATIONS
Student Conservation Association (SCA)
Provides students of all ages in the USA the opportunity to serve and protect national parks, forests and urban communities.
American Conservation Experience (ACE)
Offers volunteer opportunities in environmental and conservation projects in the Western United States.
California Conservation Corps (CCC)
Offers men and women between the ages of 18 to 25 work in environmental conservation, fire protection, land maintenance, and emergency response to natural disasters.