Youth Conservation Corps: Two Positions (no experience required)
Have you ever wanted to live the life of a park ranger and make a difference? The Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) is a great chance to learn about the National Park Service through a summer work youth program. If selected, you will work with park staff on a variety of projects, including trail building and revegetation work as well as invasive plant removal and wetland restoration. You will also share your knowledge with the park's summer visitors.
Youth Conservation Corps Application (pdf)
Return applications by 5:00 PM March 22, 2013 to:
Still not sure about YCC? Check out a past year's blog.
Student Appointments: Four positions (conservation experience preferred)
Experience conservation work in a national park this summer. If you like nature, history and working outdoors, a student position with Lewis and Clark National Historical Park can connect you with a great summer job as well as open the door for future opportunities as a public land steward.
Detailed student position job description. (pdf)
Questions? Call Blake Gerttula at 503-861-4411 or e-mail us
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Job opportunities in the National Park Service
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Did You Know?
The Netul River Trail, which is located at Fort Clatsop, is 1 1/2 miles in length. It connects Fort Clatsop with Netul Landing.