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A career with the Forest Service will give you the opportunity to manage and care for more than 193 million acres of our nation’s most magnificent lands; conduct research through a network of forest and range experiment stations and the Forest Products Laboratory; and provide assistance to other government agencies and private landowners. It’s a remarkable responsibility, but the rewards are as limitless as the views.
Current job opportunities
Four-week Opportunity this Summer for Youth between 15-18 in Angoon or Ketchikan
Student Conservation Association (SCA) Internship Opportunities
Students, Recent Graduates and Volunteers
Whether you're in high school, college, graduate school, or a recent graduate, you could be eligible for special opportunities through the Pathways Program. Volunteers are the Heartbeat of the Forest Service with many Volunteer opportunities available for projects on the forest.
Permanent, Seasonal and Volunteer opportunites
Youth Conservation Corps Opportunities
The Forest Service offers paid work experiences for teenagers through the Youth Conservation Corps on many of the forests and grasslands. U.S. citizens or legal residents ages 15 to 18 can apply with this application to YCC positions nationwide. Please contact the program for more information about the project. If you are interested in other locations not listed here contact the local forest or grassland for more information about YCC projects and opportunities.
Resume building and applying for your Forest Service job
See a list of comomonly asked questions on employment with the Forest Service here...