Child volunteers, when accompanied by a parent or guardian, may portray a child. Child interpretive volunteers will take part in the park's living history program, portraying a dependent child of an officer, soldier, laundress, or civilian. They should be involved in activities typical of life at Fort Larned for a child in the post-Civil War period. The position requires wearing period correct clothing and working in adverse weather conditions, such as excessive heat or cold. Depending on their age, they should have a basic understanding of what Fort Larned is and was.
Last updated: July 22, 2020