National Park Service Careers (page 9)
National Parks are classrooms where everyone can learn about history, culture, and nature. While every National Park Service employee may have contact with visitors, it is the primary job of rangers in Resource Education to be the main contacts for visitors to the parks. In a sense, Resource Education rangers are storytellers who provide visitors an opportunity to learn more about the parks and their resources.
Some of the duties of Resource Education rangers include giving talks, leading hikes, giving demonstrations, designing exhibits, and producing brochures. But the best part of the job is meeting people from all around the country and the world!
Last updated: April 10, 2015