President's Park has a youth program that offers youth and young adults the chance to learn more about the national park system while being responsible stewards themselves. Youth may volunteer in the park in a number of positions that range from gardening to historic and cultural interpretation to assisting with major special events or gain valuable employment experience through summer programs like the Youth Conservation Corps.
President's Park welcomes youth to volunteer in many areas of the park including interpretation and education as well as providing assistance with special events. For more information about current volunteer opportunities, please see the park's volunteer page.
Summer Employment Program
President's Park has a longstanding Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program that offers paid summer employment opportunities for youth in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. More information about possible paid summer placement opportunities through the YCC program is available at the park's YCC page. While each summer youth program is different, in general, youth can expect to develop the following skills or competencies:
Did You Know?
Grover Cleveland was the first president to have a child born in the White House. His daughter, Esther was born on September 9, 1893.