Volunteering on the Wayne National Forest

Introduction:

Each Ranger District and the Forest Supervisor's Office has its own volunteer program that may include trail maintenance or other opportunities. Your talents and skills are matched with your work preference to obtain a role that satisfies you and best fulfills the mission of the USDA Forest Service. You may work on a part-time or full-time basis. You can participate in a one-time project or serve over several months, seasons, or year-round. The commitment you make is up to you. Training may be provided to you if your job requires it.

In fiscal year 2016, the Forest had more than 500 volunteers who contributed 28,433 hours of volunteer service. The value of the time these volunteers contributed is estimated at $669,881.47.

Current Openings

Leith Run Campground Host

Campground hosts represent the "eyes and ears" of the Forest Service. Hosts are to be courteous, helpful, and enthusiastic. Hosts are expected to be visible and to positively convey the recreation facility rules as necessary. Hosts are provided a short orientation to the recreation facilities, necessary materials, and information. The Host is expected to serve as a role model to visitors by maintaining a clean and uncluttered living site.

Find out more and apply online.

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