Sequoia Trees by Kari Quaas
Sequoia Trees by Kari Quaas

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

Formed when pressure within the earth's crust fractured the eastern granite block of California and tilted westward in a series of uplifts to create the Sierra Nevada, California's "backbone", is today one of the world's longest continuous mountain ranges. Find summer, fall or winter jobs in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Work in the lodges summer and winter. Also jobs in the grocery stores, gift shops, and restaurants. Volunteer Ministry positions as well.

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A Christian Ministry in the National Parks Logo

A Christian Ministry in the National Parks

Encountering God in the Wonders of Creation since 1951


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Delaware North at Sequoia and Kings Canyon Logo

Delaware North at Sequoia and Kings Canyon

Working here will expand your perspective, renew your spirit and challenge your sense of wonder.


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Montecito Lake Resort Logo

Montecito Lake Resort

Make your own Sequoia Summer Memories!


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Assist Sequoia Visitors with Trip Planning and Educational Information

Sequoia Natural History Association - The Sierra Nevada Mountains

Seasonal Entry Level - Visitor Center Information and Sales Staff

Work among the beautiful Sequoia trees in Sequoia National Forest

Montecito Lake Resort - 7500 ft, High Sierra, Kings Canyon National Park, California

Seasonal Entry Level - Massage Therapist or Massage Practitioner

Connect People to Place - Human Resources in Sequoia NP

Delaware North - Wuksachi Village and Lodge - Sequoia National Park

Year-Round Professional - Human Resources Generalist

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Sequoia National Park is home to the General Sherman Tree, at 2.7 million pounds, by volume the largest living tree on earth . Mt. Whitney crowning the Sierra Nevada, at 14,494 feet, is the tallest mountain in the contiguous United States. Other attractions include trails for every level of hiker from beginner to advanced, Crystal Cave, Moro Rock, fishing, horseback riding, alpine meadows and lakes.