About the Volunteer Program at Denali
Each year, volunteers contribute more than 60,000 hours to Denali National Park and Preserve. Retired couples, individuals, school groups, scouts, clubs and organizations - people just like you - donate their time and efforts to provide essential services at Denali's visitor centers, offices, kennel operations, campgrounds and even on the majestic slopes of North America's highest mountain. Our volunteers also contribute long hours constructing trails, eradicating invasive plants, gathering native seeds and assisting park researchers with a variety of projects.
Volunteer Event: Need for Seed - Saturday, August 3
Native Seed Collection
Help harvest and dry native seeds while learning about Denali’s native plants and restoration projects in the park.
Every volunteer will receive a thank-you gift and each adult will receive a voucher for a transit bus ride in the park (you choose the date, includes park entrance fee).
For more information or to reserve overnight accommodations contact the Volunteer Office at 907-683-9504.
Citizen Science—The Denali Grizzly Bear DNA Project
Would you like to know how many bears are in the backcountry unit that you’re going hiking in? We would too, and you can help us figure that out by signing up to be one of Denali’s citizen bear scientists!
Volunteer PositionsWhen full or part-time volunteer positions are available, they will appear below.
Last updated: July 18, 2019