The Bridger-Teton National Forest works with many different groups, individuals and entities to complete all the work that is necessary to pursue our mission. If it weren't for the support and dedication of these people the Forest would be a different place. The Bridger-Teton National Forest greatly appreciates all of the people and organizations that step forward to take responsibility for their public lands and help us to get excellent work done on the ground in so many ways.
Browse the links to the left to learn more about volunteering, critical partnerships, and many more ways people help to make the Forest the great place it is.
For a list of seasonal and permanent fire jobs and outreach notices as well as information on how to apply visit the Teton Interagency Fire website.
Make sure to visit the Forest Sevice YCC page for an overview of the program fro 2015!
For information on employment with the Forest Service and how to apply, click here.
Job information specifically for the the Bridger-Teton, click here.