Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park Published: December 18, 2016
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“Gold!” is what the headlines read in 1897, starting the Klondike Gold Rush. Thousands, hoping to ease the woes of economic depression, sold farms, dropped businesses and boarded ships to follow their dreams north. Today, the park commemorates the bravery of the stampeders who ventured north by protecting the trails, historic boomtowns and buildings of the Klondike Gold Rush era. This is an internship with the education & interpretation division of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. The intern will will be responsible for providing interpretation to visitors at the Junior Ranger Activity Center, creating and implementing a summer camp for local youth, assisting in special events, presenting informational talks with the museum and visitor center, and conducting biological field work. Ideal candidates must be outgoing, comfortable with public speaking. Experience working with children is greatly preferred.

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