Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story

Conduct checks of backcountry facilities (cabins, coastal shelters and water catchment systems); document backcountry problems and report to appropriate division; document and report all potential visitor safety and law enforcement concerns; assist Resource Management Staff with projects such as sea turtle and nene protection; check backcountry permits and answer questions about the park to backcountry users; use education to correct actions that cause harm to wilderness values and notify Law Enforcement Rangers when a violation occurs; respond to and/or assist with backcountry emergencies such as searches, injuries etc.; assist with frontcountry projects such as eruption duty, parking control for special events etc.; assist interpretive staff in visitor center with visitor management; conduct trail projects and work hard outdoors; promote Leave No Trace (LNT) ethics to park users and attend training on this topic. EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: Many opportunities to grow and to develop wilderness skills. Other Benefits- Living Allowance Commuting Allowance Networking Opportunities Americorps Education Award (funds to be used for federal debt not to exceede $5000)


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