High school students can be part of history at Andersonville | Events
ANDERSONVILLE, GA - Andersonville is bringing back a fun program to help get area high school students involved in history.
Students can now apply to be part of the Historical Interpreters Apprentice Program. This gives students a chance to volunteer at the site and participate in the March living history event.
For more information about the program and to download the application (due Dec. 14) visit http://go.nps.gov/HIAP
You can also pick up applications at National Prisoner of War Museum or at the Americus-Sumter Visitor Center next to the Windsor Hotel.
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