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No experience necessary---assist with Set-up from Noon to 6 pm on March 21st and/or assist with the Tournament on March 22nd and/or March 23rd. Multiple shift options available---1/2 day or full day. Volunteers to assist with any aspect of the tournament---Lane Officials/Line Judge, registration check-in, set-up and take-down and more. Approximately 3000 students will participate and shoot throughout the 2 days.
Program: National Archery in the Schools
Contact Person: Travis Glick
Contact Phone: (214) 532-1613
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This opportunity is for Ambassador Alumni to log all volunteer hours after the successful completion of their Ambassadorship.
Program: Ambassador Program
Contact Person: Sam Toback
Contact Phone: (512) 389-8572
The Ambassador Program supports our public lands by connecting conservation-minded young adults with recreational and volunteer opportunities to foster the next generation of State Park stewards.
Contact Person: Samantha Toback
Volunteer will assist with any available park related opportunity as defined by park staff.
Program: Caprock Canyons State Park
Contact Person: Le'Ann Pigg
Contact Phone: (806) 455-1492
This opportunity is specifically for members of the Friends of Cleburne State Park to record their volunteer hours for park related projects and programs.
Program: Cleburne State Park
Contact Person: Jaycee Fernandez
Contact Phone: (817) 645-4215
"Sign Up" and record the hours you spend providing archery access, opportunities and education. This includes Explore Archery, Explore Bowhunting/Bowfishing, USA Archery classes and events (excluding NASP). Report ALL NASP archery activity at "NASP Archery Education Classes and Events.".Community Archery Instructors and Volunteers play a vital role in promoting TPWD''s Community Archery Program. The hours you contribute to a given activity and the number of people you reach are key ingredients to achieving our community archery objectives. Therefore, reporting your archery activity is imperative so that we can collect the data needed. Thank you for your continued effort in expanding the sport of archery.
Program: Community Archery Houston and Coastal
Contact Person: Kendrick Gray
Contact Phone: (346) 236-9278
Program: Community Archery North & West TX
Contact Person: Adam Lewis
Contact Phone: (512) 902-2890
This position will serve as a volunteer for Cooper Lake State Park Doctors Creek unit. This position will work with park staff to assist in maintenance, janitorial, clerical, trail work and/or customer service duties.
Program: Cooper Lake State Park/Doctors Creek Unit
Contact Person: Tony Smith
Contact Phone: (903) 945-5256
Want to support Doctors Creek? Are you looking for a way to be involved in directly supporting Doctors Creek? Join the friends group! The Friends of Doctors Creek Park, Inc is a 501 (C) 3 membership-based nonprofit volunteer group. The Friends of Doctors Creek Park, Inc. is dedicated to preserving, promoting, and serving Cooper Lake State Park Doctors Creek Unit to host and provide services through educational, civic, and social activities. Membership is open to individuals, corporations, partnerships, and associations who have an interest in promoting and supporting the Doctors Creek unit of Cooper Lake State Park. The Friends of Doctors Creek Park, Inc. has funded projects that have enhanced recreational opportunities at the park, such as, the Bluebonnet Fishing Pier and the creation of artificial fish habitat around it. The group has also sponsored community and park events including catfishing tournaments, Christmas events, egg hunts, kids fishing days, hunter education classes, membership drives, fish frys, concerts, and fundraisers. The Friends group meet the second Tuesday of January, April, July, and October at the Delta County Public Library in Cooper, Texas. Additional meetings may also be held. For more information visit the Friends of Doctors Creek on Facebook.
Do you have knowledge of and passion for Texas'' natural and cultural resources? Do you love sharing your knowledge and want to continue learning more? Then Cooper Lake State Park Doctors Creek Interpretive Volunteer position is the perfect fit for you!Cooper Lake State Park - Doctors Creek is looking for individuals with public speaking, teaching, and/or docent experience, stellar customer service skills, and a love for state parks to:· Support the interpretive team with educational programs and material assembly,· Lead guided hikes for visitors, including large school groups, and provide information and assistance to visitors.Volunteers will receive training in interpretation and access to resources and tools to continue to learn about the dynamic natural and cultural resources of the park. Positions are available throughout the week. A criminal background check is required.
Contact Person: Alicia O'Connor
This position will serve as a volunteer for Cooper Lake State Park South Sulphur unit. This position will work with park staff to assist in maintenance, janitorial, clerical, trail work, and/or customer service duties.
Program: Cooper Lake State Park/South Sulphur Unit
Do you have knowledge of and passion for Texas'' natural and cultural resources? Do you love sharing your knowledge and want to continue learning more? Then Cooper Lake State Park South Sulphur Interpretive Volunteer position is the perfect fit for you!Cooper Lake State Park - South Sulphur is looking for individuals with public speaking, teaching, and/or docent experience, stellar customer service skills, and a love for state parks to:· Support the interpretive team with educational programs and material assembly,· Lead guided hikes for visitors, including large school groups, and provide information and assistance to visitors.Volunteers will receive training in interpretation and access to resources and tools to continue to learn about the dynamic natural and cultural resources of the park. Positions are available throughout the week. A criminal background check is required.
Assists the Region 4 Cultural Resources Coordinator with sensitive archeological site visits and conducts research at local state parks and labs. Tasks may include, but are not limited to, fieldwork, lab work or research, as needed. Must be an ethics-bound member in good standing of a Houston or surrounding area archeological society with corresponding certifications. A background check is required.
Program: Cultural Resources--State Parks
Contact Person: Jason Chambers
Contact Phone: (281) 456-8266 x236
Volunteers at Daingerfield State Park help us preserve the rich cultural and natural heritage of Texas. Daingerfield State Park is one of Texas'' oldest state parks. Even though this Civilian Conservation Corps built park is almost 80 year old, it had a multi-million dollar facelift in 2010 which is evident with the new bathhouses, restored historic Pavilion, and the multiple full hook-up campsites. Visitor activities are focused in and around the park's 80 acre lake with swimming, boating and fishing activities. Hiking around the lake on the Rustling Leaves Trail or reaching the summit on the Mountain View Trail are also important visitor activities.We are looking for volunteers who can help us with a multitude of projects. Some examples include:- Trail Clean up- Assisting with or leading interpretive programs or activities- Helping decorate, working during, or cleaning up after special events (Valentine's Day Dance, Christmas in the Park, Halloween Event, and others)- Painting - Splitting wood- Service Projects- Your Passion!
Groups or volunteers can contact the park to set up a time to volunteer or attend scheduled public volunteer days and special events. If you would like to be put on the park's volunteer mailing list apply online or contact the Park at (903-645-2921).
Program: Daingerfield State Park
Contact Person: Katherine Wolf
Contact Phone: (903) 645-2921
Individuals that would like to volunteer once or on a regular basis to help Cedar Hill State Park. Individuals will do a variety of jobs ex: Litter pick up, assist office staff, Give direction and information, and more.Volunteers would be allowed to hang out in the park, the day of their service, for free in exchange for their service.
Program: Cedar Hill State Park
Contact Person: Susana Cruz
Contact Phone: (972) 291-3900 x244
Service projects needing graduation hours for community serive.Cleaning areas for birding and camping sites, other projects include monarch butterflies, bird count, aquatic science project .Will instructed on hand tool safety and the how to use shovels, rakes, loopers,etc.
Program: Devils River State Natural Area- Hughes Unit
Contact Person: Nora Padilla
Contact Phone: (830) 395-2133
Get to know Devils RiverSNA-Dan Allen Hughes by becoming a trail building volunteer!Under the supervision of Park Staff, assist with the devolpment of new trail system.Trail Maintenance Requirements:Attend Safety Orienation and pass a background check.Commitment of 6 hours of trail building.Minimum age: 16 Duties: Trimming of vegetationMoving heavy objectsAbility to hike moderate to long distance.Ability to work under adverse conditions(heat/cold).Able to use of loopers, rakes, weedeaters, and other hand tools.Recommended Items:Close shoes (required)Breathable long sleeve shirtsPantsSun hat/neck protectionHand glovesSunscreenBug sprayWater and reusable water bottles for refillsBring snacks and sack lunchesCome and join the trail building volunteer team at Devils River SNA -Dan Allen Hughes.
This position will provide the opportunity to become familiar with multiple aspects of the Texas Parks and Wildlife operations through hands on participation.Volunteer Intern will receive an orientation from the perspective of several different staff positions, including the superintendent, office manager, maintenance staff, park interpreter and law enforcement. The intern may rotate duties with different staff, however all duties will come with clear instruction from park superintendent. The majority of the duties will consist of designing, assisting and leading outreach programs to a variety of audiences such as park guests. Will work as a Customer Service Clerk at our Park HQ and provide park orientaiton for incoming visitors.
Program: Devils River State Natural Area-Del Norte Unit
Contact Phone: (830) 395-2256
This is NOT a Park Host position.Please select Dinosaur Valley SP - Park Host - 2020 - 2021 for Host positionsVolunteers play a vital role in the conservation and stewardship of Texas' natural and cultural resources. Join the Rangers of Dinosaur Valley State Park and play your part in providing a rewarding experience for our guests.A Volunteer Field Ranger has various duties that include, but are not limited to: - Trash pickup- Fire-ring maintenance- Minor construction projects- Vehicle repair- Trail maintenance- Mowing, gardening and tree assessments- Site checks- Interpretive programs- Assisting office front office staff
Program: Dinosaur Valley State Park
Contact Person: Carolanne Brannon
Contact Phone: (254) 897-4588 x302