Play in the Snow While Helping Mt. Charleston | Charity
If you like playing in the snow, there might be a volunteer spot for you at Mt. Charleston.
The U.S. Forest Service is looking for Snow Play Host volunteers this winter at Mt. Charleston. Every winter weekend, thousands of people flock to the mountains to play in the snow. Snow Play Hosts provide roadside information about snow play opportunities, and take part in the fun while engaging visitors at snow play sites. Snow Play Hosts will also help visitors have a fun snow play experience while reducing impacts to the forest.
Experience volunteering in a similar setting is a plus, but not required. Volunteers should be at least 18 years old and able to work outdoors in cold conditions. Snow Play Hosts will work on weekends and holidays. Average shifts will range between three and six hours. Minimum commitment desired is two shifts per month.
Volunteers are needed starting mid-December through the end of March. For more details on this volunteer position, see the attached description or visit: http://www.discoverspringmountains.org/volunteer.html