HistoriCorps is about to begin our seventh season of projects, and we are proud of the variety of places and structures we have been able to service. We choose and develop our projects with our partners to maximize the experience and fun for our volunteers, exposing you to unique places, historic structures, and skill building that will capture your attention and enthusiasm.

Upcoming 2016 Projects

This year, HistoriCorps projects will take place between April and October and take volunteers across the country! We release projects on our website on a rolling basis. Check back each month for newly added projects. Projects that are now open to volunteers include:

Register NOW to reserve a spot on a HistoriCorps project!

If you are interested in attending a project as a student through our HistoriCorps Institute, please click here or on the “Students” page.

Tips to register:

  1. Click on the project you are interested in attending and read over the project details.
  2. Select the session(s) you are interested in attending and click “Register Now”. There is no fee to volunteer on a HistoriCorps project.
  3. Fill out the registration form and click “Proceed to Finalize Registration”.
  4. ALL DONE! Start planning for your HistoriCorps experience!

*Note:  should you encounter an error or have any issues with our integrated registration system, please return to this page and CLICK HERE to resister manually.

For questions about project registration, please contact:
Jennifer Eberhart
jeberhart@historicorps.org
303-893-4260 ext 231


HistoriCorps Institute™  is the education and training arm of HistoriCorps®, the nationally recognized leader in mobilizing citizens to save and protect places that matter. Through our Program in Heritage Conservation and Construction, students learn the decision making and time honored hands-on skills necessary to successfully complete a preservation construction project on time, on budget, and (more…)


Sponsored by McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area Located in Mesa County, Colorado Session Dates: Session 1 Sunday, September 11 – Friday, September 16 Volunteers should arrive at the Saddlehorn Campground on Sunday, September 11th after 6:00pm. Work will begin the morning of Monday, September 12th at 8:00am. Session 2 Sunday, September 18 – Friday, September 23 Volunteers should arrive (more…)


Sponsored by: The Cameron Foundation in partnership with Virginia State University and the Citizens Committee for Summerseat Community Dialogue Sessions 5 and 6 are still open to volunteers! Join HistoriCorps Institute students, volunteers, and local education institutions in phase 1 of the project to rehabilitate and restore the exterior of Summerseat. Are you a student enrolled (more…)


Sponsored by Henry W. Coe State Park Located in Santa Clara County, California Session Dates: Session 1: September 25 – October 2 *Volunteers should arrive at the project site at 6:00pm on Sunday, September 25 to meet the field staff and set up camp. Project work will begin at 8:00am on Monday, September 26. The session will end at 1:00pm on (more…)


Sponsored by: Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument Session Dates: Session 1: September 25-30  *Please arrive at the project site after 6:00pm on Sunday, September 25th to meet the field staff and set up camp. Project work will begin at 8:00am on Monday, September 26th. The session will end at 1:00pm on Friday, September 30th.      History:   The Hornbek (more…)


Sponsored by: National Forests in Mississippi Session Dates: Session 1  *Please arrive at the project site after 6:00pm on Tuesday, October 11th to meet the field staff and set up camp. Project work will begin at 8:00am on Wednesday, October 12th. The session will end at 1:00pm on Sunday, October 16th.  Session 2  *Please arrive at the project site after 6:00pm on Tuesday, October (more…)

Completed Projects

For all of our volunteers who lent a hand and made the 2015 work season such a major success, we thank you profusely! In 2015, HistoriCorps was able to successfully complete 25 projects in 13 states. We have saved 170 historic buildings and structures in 17 different states since our founding in October 2009! Join us on a project in 2016!