Yellowstone is activitly recrutiing J1 students!!! If you want to spend your summer living and working in one of the worlds most famous and exciting natural spots. You will be constently surranded by stunning scenery, crystal clear lakes, breathtaking waterfalls and amazing wild wildlife!
Yellowstone is America's first national park. It consists of over 2,200,000 acres and is located in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. In additional to this you can find the Legendary Old Faithful geyser as well as countless more hot springs and the Grand Canyon of Yellow stone.
1. Cheap Housing
2. Competitive Wage.
3. Meals provided at minimum cost
4. Working in the world's first National Park!
Yellowstone National Park is made up of 2.2 million acres of Designated Wilderness Area, where wildlife roam free and the mountains cut profiles into the clear, clean skies.
You will live in one of seven villages, scattered around 152 miles of the Grand Loop Road. Each location (village) has at least one hotel or lodge, restaurant(s) and gift shop. Three locations offer Horse Corrals. Almost every location has interpretive tours that go into the park by bus, vintage touring car or van.
Most locations have an employee recreation hall, which typically houses facilities for sports (basketball, volleyball, table tennis), along with weight and exercise equipment.
Most locations also have recreation staff on site who schedule activities such as interpretive hikes, shopping trips to town, movie night, open mic night, talent contests, educational programs, game nights. That's a lot of fun in one place!
You'll also find league sports through the recreation program. Softball league is serious business around the park, with all employees welcome to play regardless of natural talent. It's all about having fun out on the diamond. Tournaments around the park include volleyball, darts and soccer (futball, anyone?).
Living in Yellowstone gives the advantage of having the world's first national park as your backyard.
As a park employee, you may join one of the scheduled tours at no cost. Tours guides are entertaining, informative and make your time worth while. They know more about Yellowstone than the average bear, and welcome anyone who wants to learn more about Yellowstone.
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