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No experience necessary---assist with Set-up from Noon to 6 pm on March 25th and/or assist with the Tournament on March 26 and/or March 27th. Multiple shift options available---1/2 day or full day. Volunteers to assist with any aspect of the tournament---Lane Officials/Line Judges, Equipment Check-out, registration check-in, practice range, set-up and take-down and more. Approximately 3300 students will participate and shoot throughout the 2 days.


Program: National Archery in the Schools

Contact Person: Burnie Kessner

Contact Phone: (281) 793-5135

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NOTE:  **ABK DOES NOT HAVE PARK HOST opportunities at this time.**

Position-Site Assistant, Supervisor- Site Superintendent, Responsibilities-Various Plant and Animal Surveys, Fence Repair, Brush Clearing, Site Cleanup, Program Development, Outreach Events, Grounds Maintenance, Preparations for Future Public Opening of Site Requirements-Pass Criminal Background Check, Desired Qualifications-Commitment to Conserving and Managing Natural/Cultural Resources, Use of Various Tools and Equipment, Comfortable Speaking with Public, Natural/Cultural History Knowledge, Support for TPWD's Mission Time Required-Open, Training-Orientation


Program: Albert and Bessie Kronkosky State Natural Area

Contact Person: James Rice

Contact Phone: (853) 548-9622

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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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Thank you for your interest in becoming a certified Angler Education Instructor. To find a free workshop in your area, check the TPWD Calendar and contact the workshop coordinator listed to register. Upon completion of the workshop, your application will be processed and you will receive confirmation via email within 30 days.

If you do not see a workshop in your region, please contact our office.


Program: Angler Education

Contact Person: Karen Marks, Aquatic Education Manager

Contact Phone: (512) 389-4732

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Apply to volunteer with the Balcones-Canyonlands Master Naturalists - in the Travis County area.



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Program: Balcones Canyonlands Master Naturalists

Contact Person: Balcones Canyonland

Contact Phone: (512) 779-1917

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Apply to volunteer with the Capital Area Master Naturalists (CAMN) serving mainly Travis county with opportunities in Hays, Williamson, Bastrop, Burnet, Blanco and Caldwell Counties. Regular chapter meetings are on the last Wednesday of each month with the exception of November and December. Regular meetings are open to the public, starting with a 6:30pm meet and greet, meeting topic at 7pm. We meet at the Austin Nature and Science Center near Zilker Park. More details http://camn.org/calendar

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Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/capitalareamasternaturalists/
Twitter: @CapAreaMN



Program: Capital Area Master Naturalists

Contact Person: CAMN

Contact Phone: (512) 974-3888

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Apply to volunteer with the Good Water Master Naturalists - in the Williamson County area.

We meet on the 4th Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m.at the Williamson County Texas A&M AgriLife Meeting Rooms at 3151 SE Inner Loop in Georgetown.  Visit our website.


Program: Good Water Master Naturalists

Contact Person: Good Water

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Apply to volunteer with the Hays County Master Naturalists - in the Hays County area.

We typically meet on the 4th Thursday of each month. Please visit our website for details.


Program: Hays County Master Naturalists

Contact Person: Hays County

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Apply to volunteer with the Highland Lakes Master Naturalists - in the Burnet County area.

We meet on Jan 7, Feb 4, Mar 4, Apr 1, May 6, Aug 5, Sept 2, Oct 7, Nov 4, Dec 2 Annual Awards. Visit our website.


Program: Highland Lakes Master Naturalists

Contact Person: Highland Lakes

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"Keeping the Hill Country Native." Texas Master Naturalist, Hill Country Chapter serves Bandera, Edwards, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Mason, Menard, Real, and San Saba counties.
Members receive comprehensive training in natural resource management specific to the Texas Hill Country and share their knowledge to promote conservation and good stewardship in their communities.
Everyone is welcome at our meetings and presentations on fourth Mondays (except Aug/Dec) at UGRA in Kerrville. Socializing at 6:30pm; program at 7:00.

Want to join a group of friendly folks who love nature and the Texas Hill Country? Explore our site for details, then email questions to our Membership Director. We look forward to hearing from you!


Program: Hill Country Master Naturalists

Contact Person: Hill

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Apply to volunteer with the Lindheimer Master Naturalists - in the Comal County area.

We meet on the 3rd Thursday of the month.  Visit our website.


Program: Lindheimer Master Naturalists

Contact Person: Lindheimer Texas Master Naturalists

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this is for USA Level 1 or 2 Archery certification classes


Program: Community Archery North TX

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When: Thursday, March 26, 2020
Time: 9am to 1:30pm
Where: Roy Guerrero Colorado River Park, Austin

Help lead a Backyard Bass casting activity for Seniors (age 50+) hosted by the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Dept.

The activity will be outside, Dress for the weather and bring a water bottle.


Program: Angler Education

Contact Person: Maria Reyes, City of Austin

Contact Phone: (512) 978-2410

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Come join our team and experience life beneath the pines at Bastrop State Park! Spend your fall and/or winter in the scenic Lost Pines of Bastrop and help contribute to your Texas State Parks.

Willing and eager with a can-do attitude? Then we want you! Bastrop State Park is looking for motivated couples or individuals to come enjoy the wonderful smell of loblolly pines while helping our superior park staff with daily park needs.

Park Hosts assist in many aspects of park operations from maintenance, cleaning, visitor assistance, and interpretive programming.

Ideal team members will have a positive and friendly attitude, a willingness to interact with visitors, good communication skills, and be capable of being flexible.

The host position is for 2 to 6 months and requires at least 25 hours of volunteer work per week. In exchange for those hours we will provide you with a full hookup site (50 amp) at no charge! We also provide access to a washer and dryer facility! Also enjoy wonderful shopping and dining experiences in historic downtown Bastrop as it is only a five minute drive away from the park! With nearby cities of Austin and San Antonio that provide other day off opportunities!

Duties of the Park Host

*Required*

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Clean and Maintain Bathrooms
* Oversee and Maintain their Campground Loop
- Includes but is not limited to
> Trash Pick up of Entire Loop
> Cleaning out Fire Rings
> Mow/Weed Eat Entire Camping Loop
> De-Weed Tent Pads
* Assist with Historic CCC Cabin Cleaning
* Assist Visitors
* Splitting Wood

Other Duties Include but are not Limited To

- Assist with Grounds Maintenance of Park
- Assist with Interpretive Tours/Hikes and Programs
- Assist with Miscellaneous Tasks, Projects and Programs

*Minimum 25 hours a week with mainly days off other than weekends *
*Must be willing and capable of cleaning bathrooms and cabins*

*Applicants need to be available at least 2 consecutive months and will have the option to stay up to 6 months*
*Must be at least 18 years old.*
*Must pass a Criminal Background Check*


Program: Bastrop State Park

Contact Person: Madalyn Miller

Contact Phone: (512) 718-0211

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*****Openings starting May 1st. Priority given to Park Hosts who can join our team for 6 months!*****

Come join our team and experience life beneath the beautiful Spanish moss at Buescher State Park! Spend your fall / winter /spring / summer seasons tucked away in this little hidden jewel of Central Texas and help contribute to your Texas State Parks.

Willing and eager with a can-do attitude? Then we want you! Buescher State Park is looking for motivated couples or individuals to come enjoy this very unique, beautiful, and peaceful area while helping our superior park staff with daily park needs.
Park Hosts assist in many aspects of park operations from maintenance, cleaning, visitor assistance, and interpretive programming.
Ideal team members will have a positive and friendly attitude, a willingness to interact with visitors, good communication skills, and be capable of being flexible.

The host position is for 2 to 6 months and requires at least 25 hours of volunteer work per week. In exchange for those hours we will provide you with a full hookup site (30 amp, no 50 amp sites) at no charge! We also provide access to a washer and dryer facility! Also enjoy wonderful shopping and dining experiences in historic downtown Smithville as it is only a six minute drive away from the park! Historic Downtown Bastrop is only a 15 minute drive away! With nearby cities of Austin and San Antonio that provide other day off opportunities!
Enjoy hiking, biking, fishing and canoeing at this little piece of heaven!

Duties of the Park Host

*Required*

*Clean and Maintain Bathrooms
* Oversee and Maintain their Campground Loop
- Includes but is not limited to
> Trash Pick up of Entire Loop
> Cleaning out Fire Rings
> Mow/Weed Eat Entire Camping Loop
> De-Weed Tent Pads
* Assist with Historic CCC Cabin Cleaning
* Assist Visitors
* Splitting Wood

Other Duties Include but are not Limited To

- Assist with Grounds Maintenance of Park
- Assist Front Office Staff
- Assist with Interpretive Tours/Hikes and Programs
- Assist with Miscellaneous Tasks, Projects and Programs

*Minimum 25 hours a week with mainly days off other than weekends *
*Must be willing and capable of cleaning bathrooms and cabins*
*Applicants need to be available at least 2 consecutive months and will have the option to stay up to 6 months*
*Must be at least 18 years old.*
*Must pass a Criminal Background Check*


Program: Buescher State Park

Contact Person: Madalyn Miller

Contact Phone: (512) 718-0211

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Want to follow in the footsteps of the Civilian Conservation Corps? Join our team of trail workers to keep our park in tip top shape!

Requirements:
Must be at least 18 years old. Or be accompanied by a guardian if under 18.
Must pass Criminal Background Check (at no cost to you).
Must fill out an Alternative Workforce Waiver (at the time of application).
After you've been accepted and contacted by the Volunteer Coordinator log volunteer hours and follow/utilize all PPE.


Program: Buescher State Park

Contact Person: Madalyn Miller

Contact Phone: (512) 718-0211

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** 2 positions available starting in MARCH 2020**

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at beautiful Garner State Park! We are seeking individuals with good verbal communication skills, willingness to interact with visitors, and a helpful attitude. During your stay, take advantage of the Frio Canyon's scenic beauty, wildlife, and crystal-clear waters of the Frio River. Garner State Park needs you!

This host position is for 1 to 3 months, in exchange for 24 hours of volunteer work per week, we'll provide you with a full hookup site (50 amp).

Assist with checking and cleaning cabins/ shelters for deposit as visitors depart. Criminal history check required. We have 17 cabins and 40 shelters at Garner


Program: Garner State Park

Contact Person: Shaylee Burns

Contact Phone: (830) 232-6132 x236

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A great opportunity for living and working in a hidden jewel of the park system. Colorado Bend is situated in the Hill Country along the Colorado River and is home to Gorman Falls, a 70 foot waterfall paradise.

Fishing, hiking, biking, kayaking and other great opportunities abound. Park Hosts will have the opportunity to contribute towards the TPWD mission of providing visitor opportunities and conserving resources.

The ideal candidate is friendly, flexible, and able to bring a positive attitude.  All hosts interact with the public.  If you love the outdoors and hitting a trail, you will be a good match at our remote, rugged, and primitive park.

Duties may include:

greeting customers

planning and delivering interpretive activities and events -- Hikes, birding, children's programs, and whatever else interests you

cleaning of campsites, restrooms and headquarters

trail and facility projects

assisting in office and working front desk

maintenance and infrastructure projects

Criminal Background Check required.

Hosts will be provided with a Full Hook-Up (Water/Sewer/Electric) site in exchange for a minimum 25 hrs/wk (32 hrs/week - double occupancy).
These positions are typically 3 month commitments. Please contact the park to see if Colorado Bend is your next adventure!


Program: Colorado Bend State Park

Contact Person: Debbie Hicks

Contact Phone: (325) 628-3240

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Assist park staff with resource management projects. Duties may include:

Trail Maintenance and Projects
Spotlight Deer Surveys
Bat Counts
Weed Management


Program: Colorado Bend State Park

Contact Person: Debbie Hicks

Contact Phone: (325) 628-3240

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Team up with the Fin Addict Foundation in teaching youth ages 5-7 to fish at various Angler Education stations, including knot-tying, safety, fish ID and habitats, casting and waterside fishing.

Where: Southside Lions Park pond is in southeast San Antonio.

When: Feb 29, 2020

Please plan to arrive at 8:00am to receive assignments and help set up, and stay until 1:00pm to help break down.

Event Runs from 10:00am to 12:00pm


Program: Angler Education

Contact Person: Oscar Castillo

Contact Phone: (210) 643-3396

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