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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: Louisa Torrance
Contact Phone: (512) 550-8425
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Only certified TPWD NASP or USA Archery instructor volunteers may sign up for this opportunity. If you are not currently certified, please contact Burnie Kessner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please report NASP archery activity here on the survey. Please report Explore Bowhunting, Explore Bowfishing and other non-NASP archery activity at "Community Archery Education Classes and Events" or "Houston Community Archery Education Classes and Events."
Program: National Archery in the Schools
Contact Person: Burnie Kessner
Contact Phone: (281) 793-5135
this is for USA Level 1 or 2 Archery certification classes
Program: Community Archery North TX
Brazos Bend State Park is seeking energetic, friendly, outgoing Park Hosts to assist in all aspects of park opertations. Previous Park Host experience preferred, but not required. Brazos Bend State Park is open to the visiting public year round. Park Hosts should expect to work weekends and holidays.Hosts are a vital part of the park's operation. The main role of this position is to assist park staff by providing quality customer service. As a Park Host, you will have the opportunity to meet new people and help visitors have a memorable experience. Duties include fee collection, compsite checks, general facilities cleaning, and grounds maintenance. In exchange for 25 hrs/week of work (per campsite), Park Hosts will be provided with a full hook-up campsite (Water/Sewer/Electric).Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years old. Criminal background checks are required for all persons living/staying in a host site. Park owned vehicles are available to Park Hosts for the performance of Host duties. Current site availability ranges from April to September 2021.Please contact Host coordinator Leslie McGuigan 979-553-5101, dial 0 or e-mail at: Leslie.McGuigan@tpwd.texas.gov
Program: Brazos Bend State Park
Contact Person: Leslie McGuigan
Contact Phone: (979) 553-5101 x0
Brazos Bend State Park is seeking energetic, friendly, outgoing park hosts to assist in park interpretation and outreach. Previous Park Host experience preferred, but not required. Brazos Bend State Park is open to the visiting public year round. Park Hosts should expect to work weekends and holidays.Hosts are a vital part of the park's operation. The main role of this position would be to assist park staff by providing quality customer service and educational information to the public. As a Park Host, you will have the opportunity to meet new people and help visitors have a memorable experience. Duties include general facilities cleaning and providing outreach programs. In exchange for 25 hrs/week of work (per campsite) Park Hosts will be provided with a full hook-up campsite (Water/Sewer/Electric).Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years old. Criminal background checks are required for all persons living/staying in a Host site. Park owned vehicles are available to Park Hosts for the performance of Host duties. Current site availability ranges from April 2020 to September 2021.Please contact Host coordinator Leslie McGuigan 979-553-5101, dial 0 or e-mail at: Leslie.McGuigan@tpwd.texas.gov
If you are interested in Park Host opportunities, please apply for our separate Park Host opportunity. If you are interested in maintenance only, please see that opportunity.*Volunteer training dates for 2020 will be announced.Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.Volunteering at Brazos Bend involves customer service, formal interpretation (present programs/hikes), informal interpretation (staffing nature center and roving trails on weekends/holidays), operation of non-profit gift shop. Minimum hourly requirements, flexible schedule, training required.Visit: www.brazosbend.org for complete information
Contact Person: Montse Canedo
Assists TPWD - Coastal Fisheries Biologists with the collection of fisheries related data. Handling of fish, boating on skiffs and research vessels required.
Program: Coastal Fisheries Region 2
Contact Person: Faye Grubbs
Contact Phone: (361) 825-3281
"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 South Texas
Contact Person: Kendrick Gray
Contact Phone: (346) 236-9278
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
For use by Friends of Galveston Island State Park standing members to track hours for meetings, programs, and activites that are not tracked in other locations.
Program: Galveston Island State Park
Contact Person: Kyle O'Haver
Contact Phone: (409) 737-1222
This opportunity will give volunteers the opporunity ta assist TPWD with research in regards to alligator snapping turtles.
Program: Houston Urban Wildlife Program
Contact Person: Kelly Norrid
Contact Phone: (281) 456-7029 x22
Presentations, booths talks and general assistance with tasks in regards to urban wildlife in the greater Houston area.
Duties include:- Maintain birding area and feeders- Conduct bird walks and programs- Conduct other programs if able.Report to Superintendents. Shifts to be determined.
Program: Lake Corpus Christi State Park
Contact Person: Mary Thomas
Contact Phone: (361) 547-2635
Duties will be: Working evening shifts.Help visitors after hours.Evening rounds, after hours shelter check in& check campsite tags.Close park at 10 PM.Take care of campgrounds.Clean grounds, pick up trash, etc.Check/clean bathhouses as needed.Fee collecting at park office if able & needed.Other "on your own" type projects as directed.Need to have orientation/report to Superintendents & PPO.Shifts: Mon- Tues, Wed- Thurs, Fri- Sun.
Work day shifts.Clean grounds, pick up trash, clean grills.Morning custodial duties.Brush trimming.Painting projects.Carpentry projects.Orientation/ Report to Lead Ranger.Shifts: Project based? Equipment availability?
Contact Phone: (361) 547-2635 x3334
Working in office will include fee collecting, checking in campers, answering phones, and fielding campers' questions. Report to Office Managers. Shifts to be determined.
Assist staff with hatchery operation (i.e. fish culture, maintenance, outreach & research.)
Program: CCA Marine Development Center
Contact Person: Delbert Gatlin
Contact Phone: (361) 939-7787
LOOKING TO FILL FUTURE VACANCIESPark Host with us at Mustang Island & have the opportunity to live, fish, relax and work at a beautiful Texas beach! Park Host duties may include:- vehicle repairs and upkeep- Fee collection using a computer- Beach clean-up- Facility maintenance, including but not limited to restroom upkeep and campground maintenance- Assisting with interpretive programs- Other duties as assigned Our Hosts serve as a point of contact for many of our visitors. Courteous professionalism is expectedPark Hosts work 24 hours per week (per site) and live in a host site with sewer connection, water, and 30 and 50 amp connection). Volunteers MUST be flexible and available to work a varied schedule including weekends. Extra hours may be required in certain circumstances (Spring Break, additional help for special events, etc). We require a commitment of at least two months and no more than 4. Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator for specific information. Email email@example.com Our immediate needs are for the months of June through August, we are currently already booked for October 2021 through February 2022 ...
Program: Mustang Island State Park
Contact Person: Eric Ehrlich
Contact Phone: (361) 749-5246
Resaca de la Palma State Park is seeking friendly and outgoing park hosts, host positions runs from September 2019- May 2020, with a minimum stay of two months. Resaca de la Palma is a day use only park. Park host have the opportuinty to work in a wide range of activites including but not limited to: interpretation, special events, visitor center opperations, grounds work, custodial work, bike repair, and maintenance. Pervious park host experience is nice, but not a requirment. Come and enjoy South Texas at Resaca de la Palma State Park.
Program: Resaca de la Palma State Park
Contact Person: Kelly Cummins
Contact Phone: (956) 350-2920