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Lowering my “Foodprint” for Earth DayCommunity Volunteer Ambassadors
The 50th anniversary of Earth Day looks a little different than years past. Traditional plans where groups cleaning and caring for our public lands, or planting trees have fallen awry with global circumstances, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t celebrate (in a socially distant) way!
CVAs on MLKCommunity Volunteer Ambassadors
Jan. 20, 2020 | "In her position as a Community Volunteer Ambassador, Sophia connects people with the park and provides memorable experiences for volunteers and visitors alike. "
Social Media in the ParksCommunity Volunteer Ambassadors
Feb 10, 2020 | "Over the past year alone, Stewards members across all programs have played integral roles in creating and developing platforms to show social media users what their site is all about."
Opportunity is Often Disguised as Work: Zion’s Volunteer Voyage 2019Community Volunteer Ambassadors
Dec. 6, 2019 | “Opportunity is often missed by most people because it’s dressed in overalls and looks like work. This, this was an opportunity. Thank you.”
Abraham Lincoln and Johnny AppleseedCommunity Volunteer Ambassadors
Nov. 26, 2019 | Before becoming a CVA, I knew the importance of volunteering and the fantastic impact it has on the community. Volunteering is the perfect example of giving back to others, and when approached with the idea of becoming a CVA, I had to jump at the opportunity.
Planning Porta-Pottys and Preserving AmericaCommunity Volunteer Ambassadors
November 13, 2019 | Since 2017, there have been 37 Preserve America Youth Summits, which provide on-site, interactive learning experiences for students and educators which engage them in the study of historic preservation, conservation, and heritage tourism.
America's Greatest IdeaCommunity Volunteer Ambassadors
What do you want to do when you get older? This is a question I had been asked a lot while I was growing up as a young man. Naturally, my answer changed over time. My first answer was that I wanted to be Santa Claus. Then, over the years, I went through the rolodex of childhood career ideas; a firefighter, an astronaut, the president, etc. Working with the National Park Service wasn’t anywhere on my radar at the time.
Sentry Dogs and VolunteersCommunity Volunteer Ambassadors
For centuries, we’ve been relying on our partnership with animals to enhance our safety. Between 1959 and 1974, 300 missile sites were active across the county.
RepresentationCommunity Volunteer Ambassadors
Representation matters, and while doing an education piece with a group of girl scouts recently I got reminded of how powerful it is to see yourself represented in intentional ways.
Mustering the Troops for Patriots DayCommunity Volunteer Ambassadors
Minute Man National Historical Park tells the story of the first battle of The American Revolution. In April, the park holds different events to commemorate the battle that occurred on April 19th, 1775 over the course of two weeks. With Patriots Day being a holiday in Massachusetts, this becomes a very high visitation time for the park. Visitors come to the different programs and events that are happening at the park.