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Looking to build your interpretive skills? There's no need to pay for tuition or fees to get the latest and greatest interpretive learning. Check out free resources here!
Join CIRCLE and the Park History Program for a lightning-round presentation of Indigenous histories in the era of the United States Revolutionary War. The presentations by NPS staff will give a brief introduction to Indigenous histories from several regions around what would become the United States. A question-and-answer session will follow the presentations. You may
Cultural Resource Enterprise GIS Data is now available for the NPS employees.
Due to travel and group size restrictions, Class 15 of the Facility Manager Leaders Program will be delayed. Learn more about the program and when the next round of program applications will be accepted.
Two introductory natural resource management eLearning courses are now available in DOI Talent. Learn more here!
MWR New Employee Welcome Orientation is mandatory for all new employees; this training is conducted by the Human Resources Office, Equal Opportunity, Relevancy, Diversity, and Inclusion Office, Employee Relations Office, and Offices Services, Travel, Occupational Health and Safety, and Security. All MWR Employees who have been onboard a year or less are required to attend. Orientation Topics Welcome to
Find a series of quick reference guides to help you build new digital experiences for your visitors. The guides are easily downloadable as PDFs, or browsable right here on the CLP.
These free webinars presented by educators from parks all over America can give you new ideas and best practices to power your education programming.
Learn more about about the upcoming ARPA for Cultural Resources Professionals classes and how to register.
Interested in attending an ACE Train-the-Trainer sessions at Mather Training Center? Learn more about the training sessions and how to indicate your interest in participating!
Calling all trades specialists, videographers, and everyone interested in keeping traditional trades skills alive! Learn more about how you can develop and share videos about trades skills.
New online learning activities have recently been released: Choosing Essential Theme Questions, Exploring Dialogic Questions, Crafting Good Story Arcs, & Making Safe Space for Visitor Expression.
The Park Facility Management Division (PFMD) will be presenting three webinar sessions to introduce the revised Project Scoping Tool to current users.
What are the Goodies? Where do they come from? Who are they for? How do I get them? Why should I bother? You'll get your answers here.
Arborist Incident Response Teams use their specialized skills after disasters to safely trim and remove hazard trees while preserving cultural resources.
Learn about the Traditional Trades Apprenticeship Program (TTAP) and the work the current cohort is doing with HPTC this summer.
Learn more about the IMR visitor use management workgroup which focuses on addressing VUM issues & identifying ways to improve access & visitor experiences.
Recognizingthe work of National Park Service (NPS) employees serving in business-oriented and administrative positions
The CLP is FINALLY available outside of the firewall. Join us for a day of celebration including live video all day!
Meet Robert Melnick, Professor Emeritus at the University of Oregon and champion of cultural landscape education, and learn about his career and history.
Jenny Dems is presented with a special Boots on the Ground Award for her many years of service to the FMLP, Facility Management, and the NPS.
The "Excellence in Leadership" award is presented during the Facility Manager Leaders Program (FMLP) graduation ceremony.
The "Boots on the Ground" award recognizes a FMLP mentor who has gone above and beyond the mentoring of his or her own protege.
A program providing post-9/11 military service veterans hands-on skills training from NPS professionals on the maintenance of federal monuments & memorials.
Watch this new TEDx Talk by Dr. Theresa Coble from University of Missouri – St. Louis, about how to lean into our difficult histories to grieve and to heal.