|Volunteers play an important role helping the NPS accomplish its work to preserve America's treasures and educate the public. The National Park Service's official volunteer program is called Volunteers-in-Parks, or VIP. Authorized in 1970 it's a way for the Park Service to accept and use volunteer help from public.
Volunteers can be used in any area of a park's operation and can do almost any type of work so long as that work:
Volunteers in Parks
Last updated: July 20, 2016