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Join us on a spin around the state to learn more about a few of the projects our AmeriCorps members have contributed to this year.
As of today, we'll have 37 WCC members deployed to help communities in Okanogan and Pend Oreille counties respond to the most severe flooding the region has seen in more than 40 years.
Several Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) crews deployed to help the towns of Okanogan, Tonasket, and Cusick after severe flooding.
A WCC AmeriCorps member reflects on serving in both Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands for 30-days at a time, assisting communities after Hurricane Maria.
A WCC AmeriCorps member shares a memorable story from serving in the U.S. Virgin Islands, assisting communities after Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
In the midst of multiple disaster response deployments, WCC AmeriCorps member Alex Wunder shares about how to stay mentally healthy on assignment.
Hear from two Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) AmeriCorps members serving a 30-day deployment to Texas to assist communities after Hurricane Harvey hit in late August.
Sprague and Yakima city officials and the state Military Department requested help battling flood waters in the town of Sprague on March 17, and WCC was able to respond the next day.
Learn what a Washington Conservation Corps position is like from current AmeriCorps member Steven Quick.
Five recently-returned Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) AmeriCorps members reflect on their recent disaster response experience in Louisiana.
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