The Catskill Interpretive Center in Mount Tremper New York has quickly become the gateway to the Catskills and visitors main stop for information and advise for all things our great area has to offer. The Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center is a partnership between the Catskill Center and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
The Center is staffed mostly by volunteers, are you interested in becoming an Interpretive Center volunteer but do not know what it involves? This hands on workshop will teach you everything you need to know from opening and closing the building, store operations, public resources and more. Come find out how easy and rewarding becoming a Catskill Interpretive Center Volunteer can be!!
Did you know that active volunteers receive 10% discount at the CIC store, t-shirts, recognition picnics and more? The Catskill Interpretive Center would not be able to be open 7 days a week year round with out your help, come on out for an evening and find out how you can help visitors to the region have a fun enjoyable experience and want to return again and again! The workshop will take place Friday evening and will be hands on with actual opening and closing procedures, greeting visitors and everything else you would need to know. No experience is necessary and the workshop is open to anyone who is interested. You can sign up to become a volunteer at the workshop, you can volunteer for an hour or the whole day, once a week or once a month, it is very easy and flexible and rewarding to be an Interpretive Center Volunteer!
A light dinner will be provided free of charge, we just ask that you register so we can ensure there is enough food for everyone (if you have a special diet requirement please indicate in the comments section). The workshop will be held at the Catskill Interpretive Center. Can’t make it to the workshop but want to become an Interpretive Center Volunteer? Just fill out the form below or click here