If you are looking for a job in the Hudson Valley, one thing is for sure: you will be able to find one. So many businesses are hiring. I challenge you to walk down any Main Street from Poughkepise to Kingston to Newburgh and not see at least one help wanted sign. Even out-of-the-way places are looking for help.

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We are fortunate to live in a great area for tourism which translates to some pretty exciting jobs you might not think of when you are first researching a job. So many of our outdoor attractions look for people to be part of their team. There are quite a few places that rely on volunteer staff, but very often there are paying jobs and programs.

Job Opportuinty at Mohonk Preserve

One of the places that regularly opens positions for staff and internships is the Mohonk Preserve in Gardiner New York. The Mohonk Preserve is located on State Route 44 55 just west of New Paltz. Easy to find, easy to get to, and definitely a beautiful place to work if you like outdoors. You may want to consider watching the Facebook page and website for opportunities.

A lone hiker traverses the icy waterfalls of Minnewaska State Park.
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What Would You Be Doing at Mohonk Preserve?

Currently, they are offering an interesting job related to the grounds at the preserve and they also have some paid internships. The job is for the Carriage Roads and Grounds Coordinator and the deadline to apply is February 11, 2022. This job does have some requirements specific to the skills needed, but there are other opportunities at the preserve if this job doesn't fit your resume.

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