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Become a Docent at Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park
The next docent training is March 18th from 10am to 3pm.
If you love learning, and sharing what you know with others, then being a docent at Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park may be for you! Being a docent is chance to make new friends with people who have similar interests and to become part of a team of highly trained volunteers. More importantly, it is a chance to make a difference at the park.
What is a docent?
A docent is a well-trained, creative, imaginative, enthusiastic volunteer, who provides interpretative services to park visitors.
What does a docent do?
Docents are ambassadors for Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park. They serve as tour guides for children and adults visiting the park, helping them enjoy and appreciate the rich history and cultural of Allensworth.
No experience is necessary—just enthusiasm for learning about Allensworth and the families that lived there at the turn of the twentieth century. Applicants must also have an eagerness to share their passion with children and adults of all ages.
Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
Want to learn more about the Docent Program?
For an application or for more information about docent training, please contact State Park Interpreter I Jerelyn Oliveira at 661-849-3433, or Jerelyn.Oliveira@parks.ca.gov.
What: Docent training
When: March 18, 2017
Where: Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park
Time: 10am to 3pm