Short-term volunteer projects

Upcoming Projects

Visit the SCA website for details and to sign up!


  • September 1-5: Laughingwater Creek Backcountry Trail Maintenance


  • September 8 and 9: Ohanapecosh Wilderness Cleanup


  • September 8, 9, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, and 25: Wonderland Trail Reroute in Stevens Canyon


  • September 16: Rainier Mountain Festival


  • September 29: NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY and END OF SEASON CELEBRATION! (Sponsored by Mount Rainier National Park and the Northwest Storm Recovery Coalition)


  • To schedule group projects, contact Jill Baum, SCA's director of the Mount Rainier Recovery Initiative, at 360-569-2211 ext. 3414.


  • Thank you to the Washington Trails Association for helping us to lead trail repair projects this the summer! Best wishes with your ongoing efforts throughout the rest of the state!




 
A father and son work together on a meadow restoration project near Sunrise
A wide variety of volunteer projects are available

Many opportunities are available to participate in short-term volunteer projects at Mount Rainier National Park. Through a partnership with the Student Conservation Association, you can now browse through a list of upcoming projects, and even sign up online for a project of your choice! If you don’t find a project that meets your interests, skills, and schedule, check back again in a few days—we are constantly updating this list with new opportunities.



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Please review the details of each listing carefully, as some projects are strenuous in nature or may require special skills. Make sure you are available for the dates listed before signing up. As you plan your trip to the park, note that Highway 123 and Stevens Canyon are closed due to flood damage! You may have to plan alternative routes to your work site.



If you’re looking for long-term or recurring volunteer positions, check out our Long-term Volunteer Projects page. If you’re interested in internships through the Student Conservation Association or Geologic Society of America, visit our Internship Opportunities page.




Last updated: February 28, 2015

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