Washington Conservation Corps

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Now recruiting AmeriCorps members!

We're accepting applications for 9-month AmeriCorps members! Review open positions on our web map and submit an online application. Interviews are scheduled on a rolling basis, we recommend applying early.

Build your path to the future!

Our Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) is an AmeriCorps program that creates future leaders through community involvement and mentorship. We have more than 350 members and experienced staff statewide who restore critical habitat, build trails, and respond to local and national disasters.

Through AmeriCorps, our WCC program provides hands-on experience, field skills, and training opportunities to young adults between 18 and 25 and military veterans. We work in partnership with nonprofit and governmental organizations that apply for WCC crews or individual placement members to complete projects.

Washington Conservation Corps is an AmeriCorps program that supports young adults and military veterans as they jumpstart their careers in the environmental field. We support 285 AmeriCorps members annually through our field crews and Individual Placement positions located all around the state.

With a focus on service, safety, inclusivity, integrity, and learning, we strive to provide our members with meaningful service opportunities that foster career development and interpersonal growth. At WCC, you'll receive hands-on training and direct mentorship from environmental professionals while enacting positive change in your community and making memories that will last a lifetime.

Our members complete projects for over 100 partner organizations, including national forests, national parks, conservation districts, state and local natural resource agencies, tribes, and nonprofits. In an average year, WCC members plant over 400,000 native trees and shrubs, improve 3,000 acres of habitat, build and maintain over 400 miles of trails, and respond to local and national disasters as needed. Our members have had an immeasurable impact on Washington's public lands and resources since our founding in 1983.

Applications for 9-month WCC member positions are open! View our web map to find openings and apply online. Positions are limited and interviews are scheduled on a rolling basis. We recommend applying early.

Join our email list to be notified when our next application period opens.

As a WCC crew supervisor you will lead young adults in a field crew setting, promoting a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and a commitment to service while accomplishing high-quality environmental projects. Learn more about becoming a WCC crew supervisor, including salary, benefits, locations, and recruitment status.
We provide services to nonprofit organizations and governmental agencies to accomplish projects on public lands. Learn more about completing your projects by partnering with WCC.