Volunteer at Olympic National Park
Volunteering offers an opportunity to develop and nurture lifelong connections between the public and parks. Volunteer today!
Olympic is part of two large coastal cleanups every spring and fall, as well as smaller cleanups throughout the summer. Learn more!
Visitor Center Cleanups
Help beautify the grounds at the Olympic National Park Visitor Center in Port Angeles! Volunteer to plant, weed, mulch, brush and trim.
Matt Albright Native Plant Center
Year-round volunteer opportunities are available at the Matt Albright Native Plant Center in Sequim. Learn more!
Camp hosts are an integral part of the summer season at Olympic National Park.
Teams of volunteers hike to locations within Olympic National Park to record up-to-date information about the Olympic Marmot.
Adopt-A-Trail is a voluntary trail adoption program available to motivated groups of volunteers from the communities surrounding Olympic
Internships at Olympic National Park provide an unparalleled opportunity to learn new skills and gain professional experience.
Pathways for Youth
Learn more about volunteering, internships and career pathways for youth through Olympic National Park and the National Park Service
Be a Scout Ranger! Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts can participate in this special youth program.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Visit Washington National Park's Fund to donate to Olympic National Park's youth programs.
Last updated: August 2, 2018