Minute Man National Historical Park Concord, MA
Minute Man National Historical Park, created in 1959, preserves the sites, structures, and landscapes associated with the opening of the American Revolution in 1775. The park receives approximately 1 million visitors annually.
The Minute Man CVA will serve as part of the volunteer management team. Responsibilities will include volunteer recruitment, training, scheduling, recognition, and program management. The CVA will be the front-line volunteer coordinator for the park's individual Visitor Guide, Living History Players, Battle Road Trail Guide, and Stewardship Wednesday program.
The park spans three different towns: Lexington, Lincoln, and Concord - all with numerous opportunities for recreational activities and services.