U.S. National Park Service
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Volunteer Bike Patroller in Great Falls, MD
on May 31, 2019
It's a good way to get a workout, and visitor interaction experience. You're out in nature the whole time. You'll learn first aid and bike repair/maintenance.
Biological Science Technician in North Padre Island International Seashore
on September 16, 2022
If you enjoy fieldwork and the beach as much as I do, then this would be a great fit!You patrol the beach in a utv looking for endangered turtle tracks to locate their nests to be excavated and taken back to headquarters. You also help with releasing the baby turtles once they hatch, and other projects that arise.
GIS Intern in HAFE
on August 20, 2022
If you love serving your public lands and enjoy working around people who also care about preserving and preotecting public lands this job is for you. I was just an intern but I want to make a career of working on federal lands management. However it is very difficult to get a job as it is extremely competitive and most jobs are not open to the public because the gov't likes to hire from within.
Laborer Motor Vehicle Operator in Baltimore, MD
on August 6, 2022
If you like to enter act with people on a daily basis this job will be great for you, Always in the public eye for Question and Answers, management is great
Security Guard in St. Louis, MO
on June 21, 2022
One of the worst jobs I've ever had and I've had many. Management consists of 2 lazy supervisors who don't care about their people. If a customer makes a complaint about you, be prepared to fight that battle alone whether the complaint is true or not. Management will not have your back in any circumstances and take everyone's word over yours. The hours vary by season but are terrible. DO NOT TAKE THIS JOB unless you don't care about your own morale. Several people have left in the last year for the same reason. There's no parking here also so be prepared to walk a nice distance everyday just to get to work.

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