Current Position Openings

National Park Service – Public Affairs Fellow

The public affairs fellow will research, write, and disseminate a broad range of communication products from web and social media content to news releases, remarks, talking points, and strategic communication plans that showcase NPS stories and mission-related messages. The work of the fellow will help ensure that high-quality information is available to the public so they can learn about, enjoy and help care for national parks. The nps.gov website is a primary digital vehicle for the public to learn about their parks and plan a visit to over 400 national parks nationwide, including more than 50 parks in the Washington, D.C. area. With demand on web resources exceeding the capability of park staff to maintain it, there are many instances where parks need help crafting their communications with internal audiences and the public to ensure that high-quality, accessible information is being provided.

Gateway Region YMCA - Community Connections Corps Member

The YMCA of Greater St. Louis was one of 10 cities nationally selected to participate in the YMCA, National Park Service-Play, Learn, Serve and Work Summer Day Camp Program and Department of Interior 50 Cities Volunteer Initiative, the Environmental Steward would develop, implement and conduct programs, community collaborations, projects and build relationships and engage the St. Louis Region in these initiatives.

 

The Community Connections Corps Member will receive an AmeriCorps educational stipend at the end of their term. AmeriCorps is a national service organization, connecting thousands of Americans of all ages and backgrounds with the opportunity to serve their communities.

National Park Service - Geoscientists-in-the-Parks

Only applicants who have already been selected by The Geological Society of America for NPS - GIP internships may apply for this position.  If you have not applied with GSA and been notified of your selection as an applicant, please do not apply for this position.  Once you have been notified by the GSA and contacted by our program, please click on the position title above and you will be directed to the online application and enrollment system. If you are interested in viewing GSA's Site for current openings, please visit https://rock.geosociety.org/eo/GeoCorpsJobDescriptions_gip.asp.

General Environmental Stewards Positions

These are individual placements that range anywhere from 10 weeks to 1 year, and are based all over the country. Only applicants who have already been selected for a position may apply for this position.  If you have not been notified of your selection as an applicant, please do not apply for this position.