Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story

*Docents are any day of week Mon to Sat 8:30am to 11:30am for one, preferably two shifts*

The Kalaeloa Heritage and Legacy Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit, offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience a vast ancient cultural landscape spread across 11 acres through site tours and community workdays and is seeking a Docent volunteer.



  • Commit to at least one, preferably two, shifts per week from 8:30 to 11:30am
  • Welcome and introduce visitors to the Kalaeloa Heritage Park
  • Provide guided tours of one hour in duration
  • Introduce and assist with self-guided tours
  • Collect admission fees and sell gift shop items
  • Represent the Kalaeloa Heritage Park in a professional and courteous manner to members and the visiting public
  • This is an outdoor position that will require being on one’s feet for most of the shift, and walking around the Kalaeloa Heritage Park


Preferred candidates will have:


Experience working with the general public, excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills, interest in native Hawaiian history and culture, self-motivated with ability to “think on one’s feet”, be flexible, enthusiastic and have an attitude of respect for working with staff and visitors from diverse backgrounds.




  • Attend training sessions and meetings as scheduled
  • Complimentary Park membership
  • Annual social events, including the annual Appreciation Dinner
  • Quarterly newsletter for Park volunteers and staff


How to Apply


Interested candidates should send a cover letter describing your experience and how it applies to this role along with your resume to Please send both in a single pdf, named: your name CV.


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