The National Park Service is looking for great young people to join its crew this summer. If a resident of St. John or St. Thomas, between the ages of 15 and 18, is interested in summer employment with the Youth Conservation Corps at Virgin Islands National Park, he or she can pick up an application form at the park’s Visitor Center in Cruz Bay, St. John, or the Tunick Building on St. Thomas.
The dates of this summer’s program are June 20-Aug. 4. The crew will work 32 hours a week for $15/hour. Applications are due by May 5 and should be emailed to Janice Williams at Janice_Williams@nps.gov or mailed to the Cruz Bay Visitor Center at 1300 Cruz Bay Creek, St. John, VI 00830.
If there are any questions, email Janice_Williams@nps.gov or call her at 776-6201 ext, 225. (www.nps.gov)
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