Join our team! Volunteers-In-Parks (VIPs) are Very Important People! Explore, learn, and share your time and talent while helping us protect this special place! From assisting with visitor services, to performing administrative functions, to helping curate museum resources and artifacts... and everything in between, the work our volunteers do makes a difference!
Volunteering is an American tradition that has made immeasurable contributions to communities, organizations, and individuals throughout the country. Every year, thousands of individuals contribute their enthusiasm and skills to help the National Park Service preserve and protect the natural and cultural resources and to serve and educate visitors.
Individuals, families, and organized groups are welcome to volunteer. Opportunities are available both for highly skilled professionals and for beginners with little or no experience in land management. The time commitment for volunteer work varies from one-day projects to continuous work extending over months. Drop-in events are also held throughout the year to celebrate special events or Days of Service such as National Public Lands Day in September.
Below you can view the current volunteer opportunities at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site and the Support Office for the Outer Banks Group (the administrative office for all three national parks on the Outer banks).
Still have questions? Browse our frequently asked questions or contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 252-475-9042.
How can I sign up to be a volunteer?
How do I find out what is available?
What happens with my application after it is complete?
Is there a minimum amount of time I have to volunteer?
Is housing (RV site or house) available?
Do the RV sites have full hookups?
Is there a specific uniform for volunteers?
Can my group volunteer for a project?
I am a current volunteer, how can I apply for a new opportunity?
Last updated: February 22, 2016