Focus Area:
Education, Environmental Stewardship


In this 30 week position you will learn and serve along side like minded individuals from across the country. This program has been branded the Discover the Power of Parks (DPP) as a way to engage folks with the natural, cultural, and recreational resources of New Hampshire State Parks and beyond. Interpretive Rangers spend their time learning, developing, delivering, and evaluating educational programs that connect residents and visitors to parks all across NH. The program is a collaboration between the SCA, the New Hampshire Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, and AmeriCorps. Since 1994 this program has provided NH with over one million hours of service while training young adults to do valuable conservation and education service work.

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Start Date
March 27, 2023

End Date
October 19, 2023

Based out of Bear Brook State Park - Placed at State Parks througout New Hampshire

Position Responsibilities:

As an Interpretive Ranger your primary responsibilities will include: Learning, developing, delivering, and evaluating environmental, recreation, and historic programs - For schools, after school programs, community groups and NH State Park Patrons, visitor service duties at assigned park(s), coordinating outreach programs with local organizations across NH, being an active member of the programs intentional residential community

Weekly Time Commitment

Length of Service
Full-Time (2-9 months)

Age Requirements

Education Requirements
College diploma, High school diploma / GED, Some college

Contact Information

Contact Name: Kate Banyas
Phone: 603-485-2191


Organization Information

Student Conservation Association