Share your love and knowledge of the outdoors — and play a crucial role in the AMC's efforts to educate millions of visitors about the mountains, rivers, and trails of the Appalachian region. Lead a nature walk or talk, or help our lodging guests find the best hikes in the area.

Volunteer Naturalists
Share your knowledge of natural history, social history, or current environmental issues with a curious audience on hikes or in talks at our destinations.

Information Volunteers
Answer questions and assist lodging guests with information about backcountry recreation and conservation, retail merchandise, and AMC membership.

Alpine Stewardship Volunteers
Help protect the fragile alpine zone environment in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire, through on-site education. This collaborative effort between the AMC Trails Department and the U.S. Forest Service is vital to the health of that region.

Evening Program Presenters
Give an educational slideshow, lecture, or interactive program at an AMC destination on topics such as conservation, natural history, outdoor recreation, and adventure travel. New volunteer presenters are always welcome.

Boston Visitor Center
Have you ever been curious about the inner workings of AMC's main office on historic Beacon Hill? Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge of AMC with others? Do you want to give back but can't make it up to the White Mountains? Volunteers at AMC's Boston Visitor Center on Joy Street help with a variety of special projects, greet visitors, answer questions from members and non-members, and assist with sales in the AMC store.

Local Opportunities in the Chapters
There are a wide variety of volunteer opportunities with the your local chapter...lead chapter trips, join trail crew for a day, present a program, participate on one of many activity committees, and more! Contact your local chapter to find out how you can get involved.