The National Park Service at Natchez Trace Parkway in Tupelo is excited to announce that they are looking to hire up to five students for this summer.
The job will be eight weeks long and the students will be required to work 40 hours per week. This is a real job, they will get paid for their hard work. The students will be assisting park rangers with running two environmental summer camps, work with resource management to learn about invasive plant species and be taught valuable career development skills.
We are looking for hard working students 15-18 years old who are reliable and eager to learn new skills. We look forward to meeting some of your students soon.
For more information contact, Perri Spreiser ,Park Ranger Natchez Trace Parkway at 662-680-4053 Office or 662-231-6457 Work Cell .