You can be a steward
of Cape Cod National Seashore! Volunteers play a major role in the stewardship of our public lands and work in almost every area of the park. They contribute their enthusiasm, skills, and time to help preserve and protect the park's natural and cultural resources, contribute to essential scientific research through community science, as well as assist and educate visitors. Individual volunteer opportunities are available for all ages and skill levels.
Looking for something to do on the weekends? Want to get involved, gain memoriable experiences, and work as a team to help the park be a wonderful destination for visitors?
You can contact the volunteer program at email us.
There are several types of opportunities for you to get involved.For those seeking a greater commitment, such as full-time internships for a few months to six months or longer, the national seashore hosts interns provided by American Conservation Experience http://www.usaconservation.org/ and AmeriCorps Cape Cod https://www.americorpscapecod.org/
Partner organizations, including Friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore, Truro Historical Society, and Nauset Light Preservation Society also utilize volunteers to accomplish their missions in support of the national seashore. Contact them if you are interested in learning more.
Group Volunteer OpportunitiesThere are occasional opportunities for organized groups, such as Girls Scouts and Boy Scouts, church groups, school groups, and community organizations to participate in group projects at the national seashore. Opportunities vary, depending on time of year, the needs of the national seashore, environmental conditions, availability of supervision, and the interest and ability of the group.
Last updated: August 10, 2023