Volunteer With Us
Do you have some spare time? Are you a people person, a nature lover, or a history buff? If so, then volunteering at Fire Island National Seashore could be for you! We could use your help conducting tours and programs; helping with photo collection; and assisting with cleanups, science research, and more. A variety of volunteer opportunities exist. Check them out below.
For more information on volunteering at Fire Island National Seashore please call 631-687-4780 or e-mail the Volunteer Coordinator.
Interpretive Assistant -Volunteer would perform duties of an Interpretive Assistant. Greet visitors at the (TEC) Taft Education Center, Taft Boyhood Home; conduct tours of historically furnished rooms. Provide assistance with special events on site and off site. Assist staff in researching new projects for park presentations. Assist with park outreach programs.
Volunteer in the Park (VIP) Maintenance worker -Painting (non-artistic),maintenance/ Custodial/janitorial Landscaping/grounds, , Facility management, General carpentry.
A Special Opportunity: Watch Hill Campground Host
The Watch Hill campground host provides information and orientation services for campers at the camping sites, as well as provide a contact for visitors needing assistance when staff may not be available. The campgrounds can be very buggy and very hot due to being in the swale area. Hosts must provide their own camping gear and a site will be provide for them. Positions are currently filled, please check back.