Two years ago, VIP Romi met Christian, just by asking her routine question, “Where are you visiting from?” Christian was from New Jersey. “Came here for an interview at SDSU…”, Romi asked what he’ll be studying at SDSU. To make it short, this young man, had an appointment with Romi’s daughter for his acceptance into the Graduate School! What are the chances out of all … Continue reading A Visitor – A ‘cool’ Story in These Hot Days
Dear Cabrillo National Monument Volunteers, Happy anniversary! On this day, fifty years ago, Congress passed the Volunteers In Parks (VIP) Act, enabling parks all around the country to accept the services of individuals as “volunteers for or in aid of interpretive functions.” Since then, the program has flourished into a rich body of National Park Service mission seekers. All around the country and across borders, … Continue reading Happy 50th Anniversary, VIPs!
Setareh Nouriboshehri Cabrillo National Monument and the National Park Service are responsible for the protection and preservation of their natural and cultural resources for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of future generations. Sounds familiar, we know. Here at this park, we care deeply about the future generation. We already offer wide range of robust education programs to teach about our park and its many resources … Continue reading Meet Our Interdisciplinary Apprentices!
On Saturday July 13 at 10:00 am Ranger Elizabeth, Ranger Julieanne and Community Volunteer Ambassador Setara will be hosting a Visitor Center Training.This is an opportunity for current VC volunteers, new VC volunteers, or people who are interested in working the desk to come together and gets some hands-on training. Everyone is welcome! It will last one hour and coffee and donuts will be provided. … Continue reading Training Opportunity – Visitor Center