The Association for All
National Park Service Employees & Partners

"Stewards for parks, visitors and each other"

ANPR is an organization created to communicate for, about and with National Park Service employees of all disciplines; to promote and enhance the professions, spirit and mission of NPS employees; to support management and the perpetuation of the NPS and the National Park System; and to provide a forum for professional enrichment.
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONSThe Rendezvous program committee is seeking presentation proposals by April 15 for breakout sessions at the annual conference. Read more.

ORAL HISTORY PROJECT provides a glimpse into life in the national parks through the experiences of longtime employees. Read more.

SEASONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM Interested in obtaining the Type II law enforcement commission for seasonal park ranger work with the National Park Service? Read more.

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU CROSS the National Park Service? Here's an interview with Frank Buono, former assistant superintendent at Mojave National Preserve. Read more.

Featured Ranger

Meet Jeremy Kaufman of the National Mall and Memorial Parks.

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How to become a park ranger — This popular booklet, "Live the Adventure: Join the National Park Service," is a helpful guide to a national park career.