Volunteers are needed at Beaver Lake Project. Many Americans choose to volunteer their time and talents to accomplish public service projects. Our objective is to use voluntary service in a manner which will be mutually beneficial to the volunteer and the public interest. A Corps volunteer is any person who performs work for the Corps of Engineers for which he or she receives no pay. A volunteer is not considered a Federal employee and is not subject to the provisions of laws relating to Federal employment except for the purpose of tort claims and work-related injuries. You can be one of the many American citizens who show their pride in Corps lakes and park areas by becoming a Corps of Engineers Volunteer. Your work for the Corps is a valuable service to the Corps and the visiting public. The work you do could not otherwise be accomplished without your help. In 2012, over 40 volunteers contributed over 11,000 hours of service, which equals to approximately $ 250,000.00 in service.
The jobs for volunteers in the Corps are many. They range from one-day projects to long-term projects which require special skills. Our staff will review your interest and skills then match you with a job that fits your skills and interests. The volunteer program involves all types of work categories, some of which are listed below:
Anyone interested in participating in the volunteer program at Beaver Lake may contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 2260 N. 2nd Street, Rogers, AR, 72756, call 479-636-1210, or e-mail: email@example.com. Free campsites may be available for long-term volunteers.