Volunteer at the Statue of Liberty National Monument!
The National Park Service has a long tradition of volunteerism. From "grass roots" groups advocating for the protection of a site to local residents supplementing a park's staff-ordinary people, from all walks of life, have the chance to get involved with their national parks in many meaningful ways. Some folks help out with a single big event, while others volunteer on a daily or weekly basis.
Come on out and see what you can do!
At the Statue of Liberty National Monument, we have a number of volunteer opportunities on both Liberty Island and Ellis Island, including:
You may also be able to volunteer in the Research Library at Ellis Island, assist with historical preservation, or work with our maintenance staff.
For more information about these volunteer opportunities and contact information, go to www.volunteer.gov/gov and use "Statue of Liberty National Monument" as the key word.
Volunteer for the National Park Service
Don't live in the New York/New Jersey area? That's okay- there are volunteer opportunities throughout the National Park Service. Learn more more about the VIP (Volunteers in Parks) program.
Did You Know?
The French ship "Isere" transported the Statue of Liberty's 300 copper pieces packed in 214 crates to America. Although the ship nearly sank in rough seas, it arrived in New York on June 17, 1885. The Statue's parts remained unassembled for nearly a year until the pedestal was completed in 1886.