As of March 22, 2022, all COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted from the State House Complex.
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Volunteers need to conduct a minimum of 12 tours annually to ensure being in "active" status.
Volunteers have assigned courtesy parking spaces on level 3 of the capitol parking garage. Additional spaces are available in visitor parking.
In on-site sessions, volunteers learn tour content and how to engage visitors, followed by shadowing professional guides. Tour staff will accompany volunteers on their initial attempts and periodically thereafter in order to provide constructive feedback. Volunteers may also attend classes to become Make-A-Law! program facilitators.
We typically have approximately 20 to 25 members in our community volunteer corps.
No. Volunteers are to present themselves in appropriate business casual attire, have comfortable walking shoes, and wear an official identification badge when in the Capitol Complex.
The State House Tour Program operates under the auspices of the non-partisan Office of Legislative Services Office of Public Information, which prides itself on providing accurate and unbiased information pertaining to the New Jersey Legislature.
Volunteers for the Office of Legislative Services are to refrain from activity that gives the appearance of partiality to a political party, candidate, or pending public policy initiative.