Volunteering in Yellowstone

A uniformed volunteer directs park visitors

Each year, volunteers help Yellowstone and other national parks to enhance visitor services or protect and preserve park resources. This volunteer and park ranger are helping visitors view elk safely during the rut.

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Volunteer Patch

Yellowstone National Park is served by hundreds of volunteers throughout the year. You can help Yellowstone in a variety of ways from enhancing visitor services to sharing your specialized expertise to help protect and preserve park resources.

For additional information about volunteer opportunities in Yellowstone National Park, please email our Volunteer Coordinator.

Once you have completed the online application process, your completed application will be reviewed by a hiring official and compared with other applications for the same volunteer job. A supervisor will contact you directly if you are being considered for a volunteer position. If selected, more information about the job appointment, uniform, etc. will be sent to you.

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) also places volunteers in land management agencies, including the National Park Service.
 

Current Volunteer Opportunities

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