Outdoor Learning and Interpretive Programs
Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites is host to around 17 million visitors a year. Many of our visitors are interested in attending a guided trail hike, wildlife demonstration or interpretive tour. Every day bus loads of school, church and scout groups visit and request an interpretive program, hike or lecture.
We need and welcome volunteers to assist our staff with nature hikes, campfire programs; help prepare interpretive trail guides, publications, interpretive signs, exhibits and Junior Ranger programs. We offer training to volunteers who want to assist but need guidance and support. Our volunteers have a great time and provide critical assistance to help meet the demand for interpretive programs.
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