Positions focus on conservation, restoration and community engagement. Members serve at small non-profits, conservation districts and local/federal government agencies educating the public about our state’s ecosystems and human impact upon the environment; completing habitat restoration projects; and performing field and lab work to help with monitoring and data collection. Skills gained while serving can be translated to multiple career paths in environmental conservation.
• Monthly stipend of $1,307
• Health insurance coverage
• Childcare assistance, if qualified
• Upon successful completion of the service term, an education award of almost $3,000 that can be used to pay for college tuition, pay off existing qualified school loans, or – if the member is at least 55 years of age – can be transferred to a child or grandchild.
Learn more about available positions at washingtonservicecorps.org!
Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Living allowance, Student loan forbearance, Training
Subject to criminal background check