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Current Job Openings 

Restoration Project Manager, Long Tom Watershed Council - Position will support the Council’s efforts to improve the health of a variety of habitats in the watershed. Duties will focus on developing and managing oak, prairie, wetland, and riparian habitat restoration projects, and project monitoring including botanical surveys. This position will also work closely with our Tribal Engagement/TEK staff lead to support the incorporation of Native voices and activities into this work. Closing date: Friday, November 16, 2018 @ 5:00 pm. 

Community Volunteer Ambassador (CVA) program, National Park Service is seeking interns (ages 21-29) to place at over 50 national park sites across the country for its 2019/2020 cohort. CVAs receive top-notch training to work with the park’s lead staff in the Office of Interpretation, Education, and Volunteerism where they strategically impact how national parks engage underrepresented communities and military families. Interns  also assist with program development in the areas of education, event planning, outreach, and volunteer coordination. Benefits: $1760/ mo+ free Health insurance + $5920 AmeriCorps Education Award + Housing or Housing search assistance + All expenses paid 1 week training in Austin+ access to unlimited professional development opportunities. Cohort runs from 1/28/2019- 1/13/2020. Application Closes 11/30/2018 (open until filled)

Columbia Springs Education Volunteer Opportunity. Voluneers assist and facilitate field trips, lead small groups during outdoor activities, and provide support to the educator. Each school year, Columbia Springs brings over 7,000 elementary students to their 100-acre site for outdoor field trips. Students spend time in nature and learn the basics of ecology, water quality, the salmon life cycle, and environmental science. Volunteers will gain skills and experience in environmental education and help support local youth. Columbia Springs is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental education center and 100-acre public natural area located in Vancouver, Washington.

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