Please join the Fairfax County Park Authority Historic Sites Volunteer Corps for a landscape clean-up at Clark-Enyedi House on Saturday, March 14 from 8:30 am -1:30 pm.

The projects will consist of clearing overgrowth, removing debris, and demolishing a non-historic shed from the property.

Please sign up using this link:

Age Requirements: Ages 12-15 are welcome with adult supervision. 16 and up can work without adult supervision, but we require a driver’s license for confirmation.
Please dress for the weather, wear close-toed shoes, and comfortable clothing that can get dirty. Tools will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own if you’d like.

In order to ensure the safety of our volunteers, the following safety standards will be enforced for those assisting with the demolition:
• Steel-toed work boots
• Safety glasses (some will be available for use)
• Heavy-duty work gloves
• Long pants and sleeves
*If you are improperly dressed you may not participate in the demolition but can participate in the landscape clean up*

Parking is limited. Please carpool if possible.

The Fairfax County Park Authority is recruiting volunteers for our Historic Sites Volunteer Corps!

Get involved with the preservation of some of Fairfax County’s architectural resources.

We are hosting a volunteer meet and greet January 22 and would love to see you there. Please sign up using the link below!

For questions please contact Diana Inthavong at

Occoquan Historical Society is hiring to staff the Mill House Museum in historic Occoquan!

The Occoquan Historical Society is hiring additional employees to staff the Mill House Museum in historic Occoquan.  Shifts are available for individuals who can staff the museum from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for one or more select days.  The positions pay minimum wage, but no experience is necessary.  Individuals will be trained in the basics of Town history and will staff the museum to greet visitors as well as handle donations and sales.  If you are interested in applying for one of the positions, please contact me by email at

E-Intern Project National Cemeteries

The National Cemetery Administration is joining the Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) Internship program this year, and we want to let your students know about this opportunity. Check us out at:

The NCA History Program wants to enlist college students (all levels) as digital storytellers through the Virtual Student Foreign Service (VSFS).  E-interns will research and write web content, interpreting U.S. history through historic national cemeteries–people, places, monuments. More information is in the attached flyer. Please forward to likely candidates and post it where they might see it. Thank you!

Details about the VSFS project are here:

Applications are due July 31, so hurry.

Students apply through