Volunteering at Plumas-Eureka SP
Now Recruiting Volunteers!
Application Process: Contact Jill Phillips - PESPA Volunteer Coordinator at Volunteers@plumaseureka.org
Website: plumaseureka.org for more information.
Review and meet minimum qualifications outlined in the Plumas-Eureka Volunteer Duty Statement.
Plumas Eureka State Park Association (PESPA) is actively seeking new volunteers to support its interpretive and educational programs at Plumas-Eureka State Park. Volunteers are an essential element to the success of Plumas-Eureka State Park programs, and the varied interests and talents of PESPA volunteers are the spark that brings the Park’s gold rush mining history to life.
As a volunteer, you can support Plumas-Eureka State Park in a number of ways depending on your interests and the time you have available. Man the museum store or serve as a Park greeter; support behind-the-scenes initiatives, such as community outreach or research and preservation work; or become a knowledgeable docent leading tours of the Assay Office, Moriarity House, or historic gold rush site. The choice is yours. PESPA provides the training and support necessary for every volunteer to feel comfortable in whatever role they choose.
Summer season at Plumas-Eureka State Park begins May 26, 2023.
Volunteer Meeting: June 24, 2023
Benefits of Docenting
- Become part of the California State Park team
- Spend time among scenic landscapes and wildlife.
- Meet new people
- Help connect thousands of visitors each year to things you care about
- Take advantage of opportunities for ongoing education and training
- Earn year-round park passes to California State Parks