Youth Opportunities Through Partners

Interpretation Intern

The youth programs of the National Park Service were built on partnerships. Our youth partners help provide kids, teens, and young adults exciting opportunities to learn, get outdoors, gain paid work experience and explore careers in the National Park Service.Through internships, fellowships and crew work the National Park Service, provide opportunities for teens and young adults to contribute to care of nation’s rich cultural, natural and historical resources while gaining professional work skills.

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Service Corps Partners

LHIP intern working in a cave.

21st Century Conservation Service Corps (21CSC) includes Public Land Corps a work and education program for young people and veterans. It is a bold national effort to put thousands of America’s ages 16 - 30 years old and military veterans 35 years old or younger to work protecting, restoring, and enhancing America’s great outdoors. The 21CSC initiative supports partner organizations that provide services, training, education and employment opportunities for young people to learn and work on lands, waterways, and cultural heritage sites across the country.





Educational Programs With Youth Serving Partners

Last updated: October 31, 2020