- Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site is looking for volunteer park educators to help facilitate its award-winning program, "Good Neighbors: Landscape Design & Community Building." The program is offered from April to June to all third graders in Brookline public schools, as well as students in several Boston public schools.
- Olmsted NHS seeks motivated, team-focused, youth-oriented volunteers with strong communication skills and enthusiasm for parks and landscapes. Interested applicants should contact Brianne Cassetta at 617-566-1689, ext. 238, or email Brianne_Cassetta@nps.gov. More information is available at www.nps.gov/frla/forteachers/goodneighbors.
- Volunteers receive in-depth training, work in collaboration with National Park Service rangers, and play significant roles in this active, place-based program that fosters an appreciation of the physical, social and psychological value of public parks.
- The program runs 10 to 20 hours per week, Monday through Thursday, during the "Good Neighbors" season.
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