Are you looking for something fun and unique to do outdoors this summer? Would you
like to learn and help teach others about our precious coral reefs? Then apply to be a
mentor in the War in the Pacific National Historical Park's Reef Ranger Summer Camp!
Youth entering their freshman or sophomore year are eligible to apply. The first session
of the Reef Ranger Summer Camp will take place from June 10-14. During this week of
leadership training, participants will work alongside park ranger biologists, snorkel,
engage in discussions, and go on field trips to gain a greater awareness of the importance
of conservation for our community. Click here for the detailed schedule.
In the second (June 17-22) or third (June 25-29) session, the Reef Ranger Conservation
Corps will serve as mentors and camp leaders for younger campers. Conservation Corps
members will promote water safety, support group activities, and be positive role models.
Conservation Corps members will have the important responsibility of leading others in
caring for our earth. Click each session for the detailed schedule.
War in the Pacific National Historical Park will select up to twenty (20) Reef Ranger
Conservation Corps members. Qualities needed to be a part of the Reef Ranger
Conservation Corps are passion for becoming a steward of the environment, willingness to
take on greater responsibilities, and desire for gaining a unique leadership and community
Participation in the Reef Ranger Summer Camp is absolutely free. Applications can be
picked up and submitted at the National Park Service Headquarters in Agana (135 Murray Blvd., Suite 100; on Skinner Plaza).
Applications can also be downloaded here. Last day to submit completed application packets is May 29, 2013.
Students will be informed of their selection through email by June 3, 2013.
War in the Pacific National Historical Park looks forward to working with inspiring
and emerging community leaders to serve as mentors for Guam's Reef Rangers!
Not quite an expert? Maybe you'd be interested in joining the Reef Rangers, a program designed for 5th & 6th grade explorers!