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Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed (HMERC) Interpretation Project 2020 - Nebraska NF&G - NE

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Looking for a 2020 summer adventure? Then look no further! Nebraska National Forest and Grasslands is, once again, offering an amazing volunteer opportunity at Hudson-Meng Education and Research Center (HMERC)! Hudson-Meng Volunteer Interpretation positions provide PIT volunteers with hands-on training and resources to develop or strengthen interpretation skills by interacting with visitors at the Heritage Visitor Center. Volunteers will assist Forest Service rangers with staffing the visitor center, and share information about history, preservation, and grasslands natural resources with the visiting public. Day-to-day duties will vary to allow volunteers a wide range of experiences. Additionally, volunteers are expected to assist staff with routine maintenance and cleaning of the facility. A last, but very important requirement is that all PIT volunteers will develop an interpretive tour in order to provide public awareness of the site's or region's cultural resources. The project leader is willing to sponsor undergraduate or graduate students who wish to earn college credit by completing an independent study or internship program through their respective academic institutions. This is a unique opportunity for interested college students considering careers in archaeology/paleontology or as park rangers or park guides! Applications will only be accepted until each session is filled, so apply today!

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