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Now Recruiting Veterans Conservation Corps Intern

Natural Resource Conservation Internship with Veterans Conservation Corps

Hosted by Palouse Conservation District

The primary duties of this position are to assist PCD staff in the implementation and maintenance of riparian restoration projects on private land throughout southeast Whitman County. Other duties will include but are not limited to assisting PCD staff with water quality and soil health monitoring, vegetation monitoring, and engaging the community through education and outreach events. This is primarily an outdoor fieldwork position, but some office work will be required during the winter months. The goal of this position is to provide the intern with a wide range of experiences in all program areas at PCD.

  • Typical schedule is Monday-Friday with occasional night & weekend work for outreach events

  • Includes a $2400 monthly stipend to assist with living expenses for full-time (40 hours/week). Part-time positions are also available.

  • 6-month term, with the possibility of extension

  • Position open until filled


  • Must be a veteran of the United States uniformed services

  • Must have dependable transportation to and from the Palouse Conservation District office

  • Must currently possess a valid driver’s license


All applicants must pass a background check.

To apply, email a resume, a copy of your DD214 or service discharge certificate, a copy of your current driver’s license, and a cover letter explaining your interest in this internship to:

Kim Pham

Veterans Conservation Corps Program Manager


To learn more about the Veterans Conservation Corps, contact:

Kim Pham

Veterans Conservation Corps Program Manager

For more information about Palouse Conservation District, contact:

Andrew Mackey

Resource Conservation Program Coordinator

(509) 553-3032

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