Volunteer Orientation Guide Summary

CNM Volunteer Orientation Guide (VOG)

The Volunteer Orientation Guide (VOG) uses information from various park resources to help new volunteers become familiar with Cabrillo National Monument. It gives you a brief overview of the park, its staff, and its volunteer opportunities. Please refer to the resources mentioned in the VOG for more in-depth information.

The VOG may be accessed online or downloaded from the CNM Volunteer Blog (VIP Voice):

You may also borrow a hard copy from the park’s volunteer coordinator.

The VOG was developed by VIPs Setara Nouri and Becky Wieder, under the guidance of the Volunteer Navigation Committee. Park interns, staff, and several VIPs contributed information and oversight.

While new volunteers can use the VOG as an introduction to CNM, all VIPs and staff can also use the guide as a go-to quick reference source. At under 50 pages, the VOG can be reviewed easily and regularly to help you recall facts, figures and interesting information about the park and its themes. The park’s Reference Manual (e-binder) is a much more in-depth (over 1,000 pages) source of information that you should read and refer to on a regular basis in order to be fully informed about all aspects of the park.

Last revised 20-Jan-16