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Volunteer Opportunities at Olompali State Historic Park

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The Olompali People

  • 28 people are interested
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Volunteer at the Olompali State Historic Park Visitor Center to interpret to park visitors the key natural and cultural features of the park site. Duties include:

  • Provide assistance, education and information to park visitors; interpret the natural and cultural resources of the park unit
  • Advise visitors of park regulations
  • Sell educational goods and services that support the park’s cooperating association

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About The Olompali People


PO BOX 1400, NOVATO, CA 94948, US

Mission Statement

The Olompali People Cooperating Association was founded to help California State Parks interpret, preserve, protect, enhance, and develop the natural, cultural and aesthetic values of Olompali State Historic Park. What makes Olompali so unique is its 8,000-year continuous human history and its changing land use over time. Pick any point in history, and there are stories to tell at Olompali!


When The Olompali People started out in 1982, we were a small group of nature education guides who were inspired by noted naturalist Elizabeth Terwilliger to open this remarkable site to the public. Over the last 35 years, TOP has matured into a community-based nonprofit cooperating association whose objective is to see through the implementation of Olompali’s General Plan and support educational programming at the park.

Arts & Culture
Children & Youth


We'll work with your schedule.


Olompali State Historic ParkNovato, CA 94945



  • Anthropology
  • Archeology
  • Environmental Education
  • General Education


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Volunteer a minimum number of 20 hours a year.
  • Complete California State Parks Volunteer in Parks Program training and orientation.

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