job-area: Other Seasonal Interpretive Ranger Are you interested in working outdoors at a Tennessee State Park this summer? Applications are now available for Seasonal Interpretive Ranger positions! Seasonal Interpretive Rangers provide educational programs for park guests such as guided tours, hikes, workshops, canoe floats, demonstrations, campfires, children’s programs and other outdoor activities. They assist Park Rangers in the protection of natural and cultural resources of the parks. Candidates must have completed enough college credits to be considered a rising Junior or higher. Additionally, they should enjoy outdoor activities and be comfortable working with the public. Individuals from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply! Job duties vary by park, but all positions provide networking opportunities, direct work with natural and cultural resources, and the opportunity to lead different outdoor adventures. Many of these positions are filled by college students studying natural resources, parks & recreation, biology, anthropology, archaeology, conservation, criminal justice, history, cultural studies, ecology, and related fields. Starting pay for a Seasonal Interpreter Ranger is $16.57/hour.