Community Assistance Fellow (update)

Firm: NPS - Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance and the Hispanic Access Foundation
San Francisco, CA
Remote if based elsewhere in northern/central California or Nevada

Payment: Paid
Category: Other
Posted: May 12, 2022

Conservation and Outdoor Recreation - Community Assistance Fellowship
(updated application deadline)

The National Park Service’s Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance program (NPS-RTCA) and the Hispanic Access Foundation are seeking a Community Assistance Fellow. The fellow will serve communities primarily in Nevada and northern California as part of the NPS-RTCA team, which provides a range of assistance to support community-led natural resource conservation and outdoor recreation projects. More about NPS-RTCA:

Location: San Francisco, CA. Remote work may be considered for highly qualified candidates located elsewhere in northern or central California or Nevada.

Length: 11 months (47 weeks) - 40 hours/week - start date flexible based on fellow availability

Applicants should be age 18 – 35, and have a degree in a related field. See link below for more details about desired qualifications and fellowship duties.

Compensation includes living allowance, housing stipend, health insurance, financial support for travel and training, and Public Land Corps Eligibility (a non-competitive hiring option for federal service).

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
To apply and for more information: