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Teaching in a US National Park

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Some of the parks are now offering seasonal positions for teachers to become interpretive guides or to work in other education positions in the parks. I read an article recently that says this is already in all of the Texas Nat'l Parks, and it's just started here at the Grand Canyon. An interesting way to spend your summer for sure!

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