Glacier National Park depends on dedicated volunteers to perform duties and complete projects that we simply could not do without them. Each year, over 50,000 hours are donated by over 500 individual volunteers. From overseeing campgrounds to caring for native plants to patrolling over 700 miles of trails, our volunteers help protect our valuable resources and help visitors learn about, and safely enjoy, the many aspects of Glacier National Park.
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.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) Repeat Photography Project uses modern and historic photograph comparisons to document glacier recession. The photo archive is ever-growing and you can help! Participation involves printing historic photos from a provided list, locating and photographing the repeat photo, and submitting your photos.
Student Conservation Association (SCA)
Youth Conservation Programs
Xanterra, one of the concessionaires in Glacier National Park, also hires non-U.S. citizens to work in the historic lodges, gift stores, and restaurants.