©Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation is a non-profit cultural and educational humanitarian project with three major goals: the Mountain Carving, THE INDIAN MUSEUM OF NORTH AMERICA®, and THE INDIAN UNIVERSITY OF NORTH AMERICA®, and, when feasible, a Medical Training Center for North American Indians. The main visitor complex consists of several buildings where ©Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation operates a welcome center, theaters, galleries, museums, and van rides to the top of Crazy Horse Mountain. At this main complex, Korczak's Heritage, Inc. operates a gift shop, Laughing Water Restaurant, and Snack Shop, and bus rides to the bottom of the Mountain Carving. A short distance south of this location, Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation operates Heritage Village Campground.
Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation involves volunteers to create opportunities for community investment in the organization and welcomes volunteers in a variety of roles, including activities that directly support our paid employees and overall support the Foundation’s goals. Applications for Volunteer opportunities at Crazy Horse Memorial are accepted year-round however, opportunities to volunteer are on an as-needed basis as determined by the organization. All volunteer opportunities are not compensated and are unpaid.
What we Expect of You
If you are a team player who wants to work and share our dedication to exceed our guests' expectations, we encourage you to consider a seasonal or year-round position at ©Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation or Korczak's Heritage, Inc. We hope you will enjoy the Black Hills of South Dakota on your days off, but we expect you to be committed to your job responsibilities while at work. We are committed to providing great service in all areas of our facilities. In order to achieve this, you as an employee, are expected to make a similar commitment to excellence and achievement in your own personal standards and work habits. We are looking for employees with previous experience in the restaurant, retail sales, and other guest services, and employees who may have a little job-related experience, but are willing to work hard, enjoy working with and for people, and take pride in a job well done.
Basic Employment Requirements
Ability Dates: Our season begins in early May when we begin gearing up for the summer season and extends into November. Some positions are year-round. Your employment chances improve if you can arrive early and work late in the season. Be REALISTIC and SPECIFIC about the exact date you will be available to start and the last day you can work, as these dates will become part of your employment agreement.
Age: All employees must be age 14 or over upon reporting to work.
Application for Employment
We consider applications for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or handicap, or another legally protected status.