Park Guide, Boston National Historical Park
A brand new National Park Service career employee at Boston National Historical Park, Andrew, a resident of Boston, graduated in May 2015 from Salem State University. Andrew participated in the Selma To Montgomery March as part of the Walking Classroom project marking the 50th anniversary of major civil rights events.
Andrew worked for two summers with the Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation Branching Out Program as a Field Team Member and the Field Team Historian. Team members completed landscape maintenance projects in ten National Park Sites spanning three states. As the historian he prepared and completed presentations discussing both the historical and ecological significance of different National Park Sites. Andrew is also comfortable with machinery such as bobcats, brush chippers and multiple arborist climbing systems.
Andrew enjoys being part of a team and working with people. He enjoys playing basketball and snowboarding. Andrew teaches snowboarding for Youth Enrichment Services since 2006. Andrew works with the interpretive district at Boston National Historical Park.