The interpreter is employed throughout the summer, from Memorial Day to Labor Day during high visitation. This work provides valuable experience in a possible career path. Minimum Job Requirements: Attending a college or university with at least a freshman standing and majoring in any of the natural sciences, history, cultural resource management, outdoor recreation, education, or interpretive services; or have work experience as an interpreter with an agency charged with natural or cultural resource responsibilities. General Work Responsibilities: Seasonal interpreters plan and present programs and activities for park visitors. Seasonal employees may also assist the research and resource management projects in the park. Duties could includ

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