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Proctor Lake Volunteer Opportunities

Proctor Lake is always seeking individuals that are willing to donate 20 hours a week to assist the project staff with operations and maintenance projects. Volunteers are offered a free campsite for the duration of their stay at Proctor Lake, and work directly with the project staff on a daily basis. Volunteers can be assigned to a number of different roles such as:

  • Campground cleanup: debris from recent flooding, painting, landscaping, etc.
  • Equipment operation: shop tools, landscaping equipment, heavy machinery, etc.
  • Minor maintenance repair: leaks, light bulbs, welding, park signs, etc.
  • Office: clerical, phones, public relations, etc. Note: this position requires a high-level of responsibility and professionalism.
  • Park Host: Greet guests and help them get settled in their designated camping area.

If you're interested in joining the Proctor Lake project as a long-term volunteer, then please download an application by clicking here .

Once completed, you can e-mail the application to the volunteer coordinator by clicking here . Alternatively, you can mail your application to:

Proctor Lake Address

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Attn: Volunteer Coordinator

2180 Hwy 2861

Comanche, TX 76442

If you have questions concerning long-term volunteer opportunities, then please contact us (254) 879-2424.

If you're interested in volunteer opportunities at other U.S. Army Corps of Engineers projects visit the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Volunteer Program Nationwide Volunteer Clearinghouse website or call the volunteer hotline at 1-800-865-8337.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Volunteer Clearinghouse is a nationwide, toll free hotline number for individuals who are interested in volunteering their time with the Corps. By calling the hotline a potential volunteer can express interest in any Corps project nationwide. The Clearinghouse in turn, gives the individual a point of contact for the area they have requested, as well as written information about volunteer opportunities

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