The many opportunities to volunteer at Fort Stanwix National Monument. For more detailed description of positions listed below, please contact the park Volunteer Coordinator.
Interpretation - Meet and greet visitors and share the park's stories while working in one of two visitor contact areas, or become a member of the fort's garrison and "bring history to life" by taking part in various 18th century living history programs with the public. Some current opportunities include:
- Education Program Guide
- Living History Demonstrator (Civilian, Soldier, Musician, Musketeer, or Cannon Crew)
Maintenance - Help out with the daily upkeep of the park. This could involve anything from moving lawns to helping repair a reproduction 18th century cannon!
Clerical/Administration - From time to time help is needed in getting press releases and informal mailings out to the public. Additional clerical needs might arise from special projects as well. Current opportunities include:
A general application for all the above volunteer descriptions, as well as the opportunities found below, can be found and printed out here:
National Park Service Volunteer Application PDF
Fort Stanwix National Monument has also hosted groups, including Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops for Community Service Projects. If you are interested in doing a Community Service Project with Fort Stanwix, please contact the park Volunteer Coordinator.