The National Park Service‘s Seattle Office has an opening for an AmeriCorps intern position in their downtown office near Pioneer Square. Here is a link to a position description for a Southwest Conservation Legacy-AmeriCorps position with the NPS in Seattle office that will begin immediately and extend through December 2014.
NPS has worked with three interns over the last three years, and are excited to have another opportunity to work with a young professional.
They are hoping to find a great local candidate – someone who knows the metro Seattle area and/or western Washington. The position involves helping the National Park Service’s Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance staff build public participation and plan conservation and/or recreation projects in Washington and Idaho.
An important part of the National Park Service Fellow’s responsibilities will be helping engage young people in these local community assistance projects. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree with a major in planning, landscape architecture, natural resource management, outdoor recreation, environmental studies, or a similar field. For more info on desirable qualifications, compensation, and the application process please see this link.
Individuals interested can check the job description or, for further information,contact Susan Rosebrough, National Park Service, Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA) at 206-220-4121 (office), or 206851-1657 (cell) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program check www.nps.gov/rtca.