Each year millions of people visit national park areas. To protect park resources and to serve the public, the National Park Service employs a permanent work force and an essential seasonal work force. The variety of positions available is surprising - everything from fee collectors and tour guides to laborers and lifeguards. Click on the link for a list of all federal jobs.
Click on the link for information about volunteering at Tonto National Monument.
Did You Know?
The first known written record of the cliff dwellings at Tonto National Monument dates from 1880. Archeologist Adolph Bandelier visited the dwellings in 1883, and said they were some of the best preserved he had ever seen. More...