Imagine how great it would be to experience (live and work) in Yellowstone National Park. You can make it a reality as we are offering part-time jobs that let you split your time in Yellowstone between working and exploring by offering a “Helping Hand.” Our Helping Hands program provides you the opportunity to work part-time and assist us in opening up our summer season strong.
Helping Hands is even better when you bring a buddy. If you have a spouse, partner, or friend to join you, you can work the 20 hours (or more if you’d like) and then enjoy Yellowstone together for the rest of the week.
We’re currently not accepting applications for the Spring Helping Hands program. But you can sign-up to get a notification email when we start accepting applications by filling out the information below:
“The [Helping Hands] program has been great. I have interacted with all of them and [they] are truly a pleasure to work with. They have been a huge help in all of the departments and I only wish that we had received more of them, especially here at Old Faithful.”
Cody Lockner, Old Faithful Location Operations Manager
“My wife Debra and I worked for the Helping Hands program from September 4 to October 11, 2018 at the Lake Yellowstone Hotel, where we thoroughly enjoyed meeting the hotel staff. They are a great bunch of individuals who make a super team. To be honest, we did not know what to expect before we checked in, but we were very pleasantly surprised.
[The food was] always plenty, always well prepared, always a good variety, always very tasty. [The accommodations were] very much adequate to our needs. Again, we did not know what to expect, but what was given to us was excellent.
Our overall impression was that we had a great time…we love the Helping Hands program and hope that you will continue the program.”
Bernd & Debra Linzbach
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