Days of Operation
Beginning on December 30, 2013 the park will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. The park will be open Wednesday-Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm
Meet Maria Mayo!
Women's Rights NHP is pleased to welcome Maria Mayo, our newest volunteer! Maria is semi-retired from the Seneca Cayauga ARC, where she coordinates vocational services.
Maria has three children and three grandsons. According to Maria, "I was brought up by women in my family who believed that women can do it all."
Maria visited Women's Rights NHP with her aunt, whom Maria describes as a "women's libber." During her visit Maria met Volunteer Helen Kirker, and she asked about volunteer opportunities. Maria is "thrilled to be here!"
IT'S ALMOST SPRING!
VOLUNTEER AT YOUR NATIONAL PARK!
Students from an Americorps group at Slippery Rock University (located in Pennsylvania) and the New York Chiropractic College volunteered recently at Women's Rights National Historical Park. The students provided assistance in the cleaning of the second floor of the Visitor Center, and they provided their constructive opinions of the museum exhibits and interpretive displays. We could not do it without you -- thanks to all of you!
STUDENTS VOLUNTEER AGAIN!
Robert Bhagan and Errol Silva, students at the New York Chiropractic College, volunteered recently at Women's Rights National Historical Park.
Robert and Errol helped to move a piano in the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House, where they quickly learned several points about preserving historic objects.
Later they assisted visitors at a special event in the park's visitor center.
Thank you, Robert and Errol!
Meet Women's Rights NHP Volunteer Dorothy Dickieson!
Dorothy has volunteered many hours of service for the Cultural Resources team at Women's Rights NHP. Dorothy and her husband Sam are active in the Seneca Falls community.
Thank you for your service and dedication!
WELCOME TO OUR NEW VOLUNTEER!
WORI is pleased to welcome our newest volunteer!
Judy Toombs will assist Historian Anne Derousie in the park's library.
Welcome aboard, Judy!
BECOME INSPIRED AT HISTORIC PLACES -- VOLUNTEER TODAY!
The inspirational words "all men and women are created equal" were publicly stated for the first time in the Wesleyan Chapel. Find your inspiration by volunteering at historic places today!
HAPPY HOLIDAYS -- NOW WITH SNOW!
Unlike the weather a few weeks ago in the "It's A Wonderful Life" parade, we now have snow in Seneca Falls!
It's about that time to make your resolutions! Contact John Stoudt for more information about helping us with any of next year's events.
WE WANT YOU . . . TO VOLUNTEER!
Are you looking to try something new?
WOMEN'S RIGHTS NHP VOLUNTEER ENJOYS SPECIAL EXHIBIT
Volunteer Helen Kirker took a few minutes to enjoy a special exhibit in the Women's Rights NHP Visitor Center.
WOMEN'S RIGHTS NHP SAYS "THANK YOU!" TO SOCIAL MEDIA VOLUNTEER
Volunteer Coordinator John Stoudt presented Volunteer Stephanie Freese with a certificate during a park event on Wednesday, December 12th. Stephanie has served as the park's Social Media and Facebook Coordinator for more than one year. Under Stephanie's active leadership Women's Rights NHP has gained 1,060 likes on the park's Facebook site. Thank you, Stephanie!
IT'S A WONDERFUL TIME TO VOLUNTEER!
Volunteer Coordinator John Stoudt presented Volunteer-in-Parks information to 110 park visitors in the Wesleyan Chapel on Saturday, December 8, during the It's A Wonderful Life events in Seneca Falls. It's A Wonderful time to volunteer in your National Parks! Send John an email if you're interested.
FROM THE PHOTO ARCHIVES
GREAT VOLUNTEER JOBS FOR RETIREES
VOLUNTEER HELEN KIRKER TRIES HER HAND AT VIDEOGRAPHY!
VOLUNTEERS HELP WITH WINTER FILM FESTIVAL
VOLUNTEER HONORED FOR SERVICE
Volunteers at Women's Rights National Historical Park can assist in a number of ways. View or print the miniposter and application here.
In the Interpretation Division, volunteers greet visitors, provide information about guided tours, directions to park sites, and operate sales centers at the Visitor Center and M'Clintock House. They can present tours of the Wesleyan Chapel and the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House.
In the Cultural Resources Division, volunteers can work with the park's library, exhibits, archives, artifact collection, and historic sites.
In the Maintenance Division, volunteers can assist with grounds, special events, and historic preservation projects.
View or print the following position descriptions:
Did You Know?
Did you know that the First Women's Rights Convention in America was held in Seneca Falls, New York in 1848? More...