The National Park Service is seeking students from all academic disciplines for careers as Law Enforcement Park Rangers. The ProRanger Program will provide the essential training and experience to prepare you for a NPS career. ProRanger will provide a clear pathway to a full time job. If you can meet the standards, if you can perform, if you can push yourself to new levels, then ProRanger will provide the training and support to help you reach your goals.
Since its inception in 1916, the National Park Service has been dedicated to conserve park resources and values and to provide for the enjoyment of park resources and values by the people of the United States.
Today, the National Park Service encompasses nearly 400 sites across the United States and in Guam, Saipan, Samoa, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
There are parks of great natural beauty and grandeur, such as the Grand Canyon, Denali, and Yellowstone; parks that preserve the nations cultural and historical treasures, such as the White House, Brown v. Board of Education, Mesa Verde, and Gettysburg Battlefield; and parks of significant national beauty along seashores, lakeshores, national recreation areas, and national wild and scenic rivers, providing opportunities for outdoor activities, such as Cape Hatteras, Assateague Island, and Lake Mead.