Volunteer

Volunteers pose with rangers in front of historic farm
Volunteer to Find Your Park through service!

Rebecca Lowe

Volunteering is an American tradition that lives on at Guilford Courthouse National Military Park. Our volunteers collaborate with park staff to preserve and protect natural, cultural and historical resources, as well as assist with educational programs at the park. Our success depends on people like you who treasure this special place. We offer volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups, recurring or single time volunteer positions, public service days, stewardship events, and special events. We look for dedicated, reliable individuals who are able to work a flexible schedule that may involve weekdays, weekends, morning, or afternoon.

Do something revolutionary and join the team! Click on the following links to explore the Volunteer role – the position description and expectations. Apply through the Volunteer.gov link and your application will be forwarded to the Volunteer Coordinator Rebecca Lowe who will contact you for an interview.

 
 
Living History soldier talks to visitors about weapon

Interpret the story with living history

Learn about Living History volunteer roles and apply to interpret history to the public using historical tools and uniforms.

Volunteer shows a family of five a map of the park, and a child points to the map.

Volunteer at the Front Line

Explore various Visitor Services VIP roles that help advance the park's interpretative mission to visitors.

School students and teachers present a painting of George Washington to park

Educate students as a volunteer docent

We need docents to deliver curriculum driven tours to elementary, middle, and high school students during the school year.

 
Volunteers weed and plant in the historic Hoskins Kitchen Garden

Volunteer to Preserve Cultural Resources

The Cultural Resources of Guilford Courthouse include historic buildings, a garden, and historical resources. Help preserve these!

Volunteer researches the park's history by reading a book

Volunteer to Research the Revolution

Volunteer to help us uncover the past through research

Volunteers place invasive plants in bags

Volunteer to Preserve Natural Resources

Volunteers can preserve the historic battlefield through invasive plant management and trail maintenance.

Last updated: November 6, 2017

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Mailing Address:

2332 New Garden Road
Greensboro, NC 27410

Phone:

(336) 288-1776

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