Nebraska National Forest and Grasslands is, once again, offering its amazing volunteer opportunity at Hudson-Meng Education and Research Center (HMERC), located in a picturesque, rural setting on the Oglala National Grasslands, just south of the Black Hills of South Dakota. HMERC houses one of the most important discoveries of Archaeology and Paleontology in North America: the Hudson-Meng Bison Kill Site. Volunteer interpretation positions provide hands-on training and resources to develop or strengthen interpretation skills by interacting with visitors at the Heritage Visitor Center. Volunteers will help staff the visitor center and share information about historical and natural resources with the visiting public. A required task but, more importantly, an opportunity for growth and career advancement and education, is that all volunteers will develop and provide an interpretive tour for the public. The project leader is also 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. Applications will only be accepted until each session is filled, so apply today!