Mojave National Preserve benefits from a productive volunteer program. Through volunteering at Mojave, enthusiastic individuals or couples can become involved in a wide variety of activities and projects.
Mojave offers numberous volunteer opportunites. Desert Rovers staff the Visitor Center, answer visitor questions, provide orientation, hand out Junior Ranger books and badges, and rove trails. Other volunteer opportunities are listed below.
Because Mojave is not near large population centers, some volunteers stay for two to three months or longer. Mojave also hosts one-day projects such as clean up days, revegitation and invasive species projects, and trail maintence work. Please contact us at e-mail us if your group, Scouts or other organization would like to volunteer at the Preserve.
Typical volunteer positions include:
Housing options for volunteers working 32 hours (typically four days-per week):
Current Volunteer OpportunitiesThese are the positions currently available for volunteering at Mojave National Preserve. Please contact us directly at email@example.com for group volunteer service project requests.
Upcoming Volunteer Service Events at Mojave National PreserveWhether its helping wildlife biologists refill guzzlers, repairing historic structures, surveying archeological resource, or revegetating burned areas, join Mojave National Preserve staff and partners in helping out to 'preserve the Preserve.'
Last updated: July 23, 2021