BECOME A GRANITE STATE AMBASSADOR (GSA) VOLUNTEER
We hold 3-4 separate, 2-day (14-hour) certification training classes each
Spring in different locations around the state. All trainings are identical.
Sign up today for the:
HMS Host / Manchester-Boston Regional Airport - completed
Seacoast Science Center, Rye class on April 16-17, 2018 - registration closed
Mountain View Grand, Whitefield class on April 30 - May 1, 2018 - registration closed (full - sign up on wait list)
Mountain View Grand is offering 10% discount for attendees if you would like to stay over
The Bridges House (Governor's Mansion), Concord on May 7-8, 2018 - only a few seats left!
There are so many great reasons why people join the NH Granite State Ambassadors. Some of those reasons are:
What does a typical GSA Training look like?
HOW TO REGISTER
CERTIFICATION FEE: $40.00 includes
Mail Certification Fee to
What is expected from our GSAs is both a simple and complicated question. Depending on why you are becoming a GSA, the answer differs.
Seacoast Science Center
April 16-17, 2018
Located within Odiorne Point State Park, we provide educational experiences on behalf of New Hampshire State Parks and have been connecting people to the wonders of our coast since 1992. Our live animal exhibits feature the amazing creatures that live in the rapidly changing Gulf of Maine ecosystem. Our engaging programs make learning about the ocean fun for everyone, from pre-K to senior rediscovery. Our hands-on science exhibits, from undersea exploration to marine debris, motivate families to become caretakers of our blue planet.
Mountain View Grand Resort
Located in the heart of New Hampshire's White Mountains, Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa is one of America's truly grand hotels. We combine first-class comfort and casual elegance with attentive, personalized service. Our classic New Hampshire White Mountains resort presents a dazzling array of offerings and amenities all wrapped in a timeless storybook setting.
The Friends of Bridges House
The Bridges House was gifted to the State of New Hampshire in 1969 by former Governor and United States Senator, Styles Bridges. Over recent years, it has been renovated and restored to its former beauty. Although this is not the official residence of our Governor, The Bridges House does not stand empty. We believe this property is being managed in precisely the way Styles Bridges intended when he and his family donated the home to the state.
Each class location will also have 4-5 local speakers