Volunteering

Volunteering

[Photograph]: Forest Service employee working with children.The Forest Service Volunteer Program has something for everyone: retirees, professionals, housewives, students and young people, as well as service clubs and organizations. If you like people and care about our country's natural resources, the Forest Service needs your time and talents.

Some volunteers work full-time for several months, while others donate a few hours a day each week or contribute a one-time service. Students may volunteer to earn college credits through a college-approved intern program, or to become familiar with Forest Service activities and philosophy. Many individuals have found that their volunteer experience has guided them towards job interest and possible careers. Retirees or others with skills to share often find that a volunteer position provides them with a nice change of pace.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Forest Specific Volunteer Opportunities are available here - Payette NF on volunteer.gov

Volunteer opportunities throughout the Intermountain Region are detailed here  - Volunteer.gov America's Volunteer Portal 

You can apply online at America's Volunteer Portal or print the volunteer application.

Contact the Volunteer Program Manager on the Payette National Forest:
Email:  jcropp@fs.fed.us
Office phone:  (208) 634-0757
Address: Payette NF Supervisor's Office
500 N Mission St. Building 2
McCall, ID 83638


 



https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/payette/workingtogether/volunteering