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Project Supervisor

Project Supervisor If you are a historic preservation construction professional passionate about sharing your skills and knowledge while saving historic structures in some of the most beautiful places in America, HistoriCorps may be the opportunity for you.  The Project Supervisor is our boots-on-the-ground professional who directs the day-to-day work of each project, provides preservation education, [...]

2020-01-10T14:29:18-07:00January 3rd, 2017|Open Jobs|0 Comments

Crew Leader

Work with HistoriCorps! HistoriCorps is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization whose mission is to save and sustain historic places for public benefit through partnerships that foster community involvement, volunteer, student and youth engagement, and education and training.   What HistoriCorps Does Saves historic buildings Teaches volunteers traditional building skills Provides a unique all-inclusive volunteer [...]

2020-01-10T16:19:02-07:00January 3rd, 2017|Open Jobs|0 Comments

HistoriCorps Designated as a Preserve America Steward

We are thrilled and honored that HistoriCorps has been officially designated as a Preserve America Steward for our work engaging volunteers to save and sustain historic places on public lands throughout the country. Of course, we couldn’t have done it without the enthusiasm and tireless dedication of our amazing volunteers! Check out this Preserve America [...]

2016-01-22T18:34:07-07:00January 5th, 2016|News|0 Comments

HistoriCorps Receives Grant to Support Veterans HistoriCorps Program

The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) awarded HistoriCorps a grant in support of our Veterans HistoriCorps Program at Forest Lodge in the Chequamegon National Forest. Proudly accepting the award is our very own Veterans HistoriCorps member Ginger MacDonald (2nd to left) and program supporter Kevin Johnson, a Bayfield County Veteran Services Officer (2nd to [...]

2016-01-05T22:50:47-07:00January 5th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Volunteer Spotlight: Rachael Bray

No matter the weather conditions, HistoriCorps has always been able to count on Rachael Bray to volunteer. Snow, torrential rain, floods and high temperatures have never stopped Rachael from venturing out to participate in a HistoriCorps project. Her drive and dedication to preservation have impressed both staff and fellow volunteers alike. Rachael has attended four [...]

2016-01-22T18:38:05-07:00December 15th, 2015|Spotlight|0 Comments

Volunteer Spotlight: Dan Perry

Dan Perry, one of HistoriCorps’ most enthusiastic supporters, has volunteered for three consecutive seasons, joining us at the Tobasco Cabin in 2012, the Golconda Mining Complex in 2013, and the Dawson Cabin in 2014. Before moving to Greeley, CO to run the Greeley Museum System, Dan worked as the Chair of the Pennsylvania Historic Preservation [...]

2017-01-24T13:07:57-07:00December 1st, 2015|Spotlight|0 Comments

Volunteer Spotlight: Allen and Ruth Ann White

Dynamic husband-and-wife team Allen and Ruth Ann make “giving back” a central part of their lives. Working with the Forest Service’s Passport in Time program since the mid 90’s, the Whites are especially drawn to volunteer opportunities involving history and the outdoors. Allen remarked, “For years, I was able to hike on trails maintained by [...]

2016-01-04T23:41:09-07:00February 27th, 2014|Spotlight|0 Comments

Volunteer Spotlight: Amy Unger & Megan Potter

When Amy Unger (left) and Megan Potter (right) register for a HistoriCorps project, we know that the project is in good hands. For the past two years, Alma, Colorado residents Amy and Megan have eagerly participated in every HistoriCorps project they could get their hands on, a total of 6 projects to date. This season, [...]

2017-01-24T13:09:33-07:00November 19th, 2013|Spotlight|0 Comments

Volunteer Spotlight: Douglas Fowler

Douglas Fowler is one of HistoriCorps’ biggest fans, and we have to say, the feeling is mutual! For the past 4 summers, Douglas has shared his infectious enthusiasm for HistoriCorps’ mission and contributed his vast knowledge of log structures to our projects and volunteers. On first discovering HistoriCorps, Douglas explained, “I was fascinated and excited [...]

2016-01-22T18:40:23-07:00June 13th, 2013|Spotlight|0 Comments
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