Help us, help folks recover
With an abundance of caution and care, we are doing everything we can to be ready to welcome guests to Medora this summer. We are all going to need a place to relax and restore ourselves and each other.
We're asking our friends to help us recruit for the key positions that will allow us to be ready to open this summer.
Will you share with your family, friends, colleagues, and connections that we are hiring for this year? Now, more than ever, we need a team to help us connect people to Medora for positive, life-changing experiences.
We plan to open as many guest favorites as possible this year, but first, we need your help in gearing up with some essential team members at key locations. We most need help in the following areas:
Bully Pulpit Golf Course – Outside Service, Players Assistants & Grounds.
Housekeepers & Laundry team members
Hotels – Front Desk & Reservation Center CSR’s.
Food Service – Cooks, Cashiers, Dish Washers and Bussers.
Spending a summer working in Medora has been called “the best summer of my life” by many Badlands alumn. The experience of connecting people to this place makes it so much more than flipping burgers or mowing grass.
As our nation rebuilds and finds a new normal for all of us, our team will be part of something special: we will provide the rest, rejuvenation, and inspiration to our friends and neighbors, as they rebuild themselves like Theodore Roosevelt before them, and prepare to rise like a rocket.
Who we are and why we're here
On September 8th, 1883, Theodore Roosevelt arrived in Medora for the first time. He later went on to be one of the greatest Presidents of the United States in history -- and Roosevelt said that he never would have done so without his time here.
Then, in 1962 the little cowtown of Medora was about to disappear -- that is until legendary North Dakota businessman, Harold Schafer, decided it was up to him to save this place and its history for generations to come. Fast forward to today, and Medora is the #1 Tourist Destination in North Dakota.
It's a town of about 100 people most of the year, but May through September, several hundred thousand travelers visit here, chasing the allure of the Badlands, the experience of Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the great golf or a night at the world-famous Medora Musical, which we operate here at the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. And we do a lot of other things, too.
You can check out more about TRMF's history, here. But really, if you want to know who we are, just take a minute to watch this video.
But we can't do any of it, without you! If you're ready to help connect people to Medora for positive, life-changing experiences, apply now, and we'll see you in the Badlands.