Federal Hall National Memorial Interpretive Volunteer
ORGANIZATION: National Park Service
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Working closely with the rangers at Federal Hall National Memorial, volunteers will assist in interpretation and museum services at Federal Hall. Volunteers will be relied upon to learn and interpret the history of Federal Hall, which includes the early development of the American government and colonial New York history. Work will be public-facing and mostly indoors, with the occasional opportunity to work outdoors as a part of regular operations or events. Training materials and time on or off-site will be provided to the volunteer to promote site knowledge before public interactions. A uniform will be provided and will be required during working hours. This site requires a minimum of 4 service hours biweekly, but a schedule can be agreed upon with site volunteer coordinator. Volunteer will need to coordinate their own transportation to and from the site. The 2 and 3 trains stop on Wall Street near the site. The 4 and 5 trains stop nearby at Bowling Green.
Start Date - 2022-06-29
End Date - 2023-06-29
Activities include: General Assistance
Hosts Housing Amenities: No Housing/Amenities Available
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