Youth Conservation Corps: Several Positions (no experience required)Have you ever wanted to know what it is like to work as a park ranger? 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.
Información en Español
Applications are available at the Fort Clatsop Visitor Center, Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, 92343 Fort Clatsop Road, Astoria, OR. You can also download the English application in PDF form and Spanish application in PDF form
Please include a cover letter stating your interest and experience, and whether you are interested in a lead YCC position or a general YCC position. Unless you have already held a general YCC position, you may apply to both jobs.
Please return applications by April 12, 2021
Northwest Youth Corps – AmeriCorps InternshipPosition Summary: We are recruiting two Northwest Youth Corps stewards for the 2021 Summer summer season!
Two stewards will work with the park's natural resource team and the interpretation and education team. The stewards will serve 480 hours during the season, which runs from June 7 (start date negotiable depending upon student schedules) until September. In return for service, a $5,760 living allowance, pro-rated monthly, will be given to each steward, as well as a $1,612.43 education award upon completion of the 480 hours of service. The interns will split work between LEWI and Washington State Parks and the positions include housing. Interested?
Apply by going to the Northwest Youth Corps Website
Job opportunities at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park
All park work opportunities, except Youth Conservation Corps, are announced on the USA Jobs website.
Current Job Opportunities
Last updated: February 4, 2021