Penguin Productions is hiring a PAID Digital Storyteller & Community Engagement Intern for the summer, via NWFL’s Cultural & Creative Workforce Development program. Open to ages 16-26.
Deadline: June 18th
YouthBuild is a 6-Month Construction-Based Pre-
Qualified Applicants Will:
- Be between the ages of 18-24 years old
- Reside in King County
- Be eligible for SNAP/TANF Benefits
- Are looking to receive their GED/HSD
Because students are paid a stipend for participation, eligible applicants must also have work authorization
YouthBuild’s 2021 cohort begins on July 12th
To refer a student or schedule a meeting, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text Jamie Rose, Program Manager: (206)-310-7423 or Andrew Strappazon, Case Manager: 206-660-3789.
The Mountaineers - Advocacy and Engagement Manager
The Advocacy and Engagement Manager is a new role that will provide focused support to build on The Mountaineer's core value of conservation advocacy and further their conservation mission to protect the outdoor experience. This position will contribute to the organization’s conservation and advocacy program through thoughtful content development, managing advocacy campaigns, tracking conservation and recreation legislation and public lands planning processes, and catalyzing engagement on these issues.
Deadline: June 28th, 2021
Vail Resorts - Mountain Access Program Manager
The Mountain Access program manager will work directly with the Sr. Manager of Community Impact, the Vail Resorts’ Epic Promise team and mountain operations teams across the enterprise to coordinate and execute the company’s non-profit mountain access programs across all 34 North American resorts. This includes establishing and tracking of outcomes metrics; developing and maintaining key relationships with participating organizations, coordinating all logistics such as creating and maintaining calendars, participant rosters and gear.
SheJumps is Hiring: National Program Manager
SheJumps is searching for a full-time National Program Manager to make a huge impact in the future of our organization. If you are impact-oriented, possess strong communication and organization skills, and have non-profit program management experience, preferably in the realm of outdoor education, you should apply. A passion for uplifting and amplifying ALL women and girls as it relates to outdoor activities is also a must.
Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association
The Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association (DNDA) integrates Art, Nature, and Neighborhood to build and sustain a dynamic Delridge. DNDA was founded in 1996, and since then has provided innovative and inclusive programming, promoting social, racial, and environmental justice. DNDA is hiring for multiple positions, including:
REI - Boathouse Specialists
REI is currently hiring an Activity Center Lead and an Activity Center Specialist! REI Activity Centers are a place where people can learn the basics needed to embark on a new adventure, rent the necessary gear, or plan their adventures. In this role, you will provide the rental gear and instruction to REI members and customers for activities which may include: Kayaking, Stand-Up Paddleboarding, Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Road Cycling, Hiking, Snowshoeing, Backpacking, Camping, Natural History, Outdoor Photography as well as social outings and events. As a Lead, you will support the business, handling shop operations and administrative duties. Combine your passion with your work.
Bike Works is hiring a part-time Administrative Coordinator. The Bike Works Administrative Coordinator supports the organization by keeping our wheels turning and our departments connected through essential data processing and office coordination.
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Complete Guide to Scholarships for College will help you navigate and learn everything you need to navigate scholarships.
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- Scholarship for Homeschool Students
- Scholarship for First Generation Students
- Scholarship for Asian American & Pacific Islander Students
- Scholarship for Mothers
- Scholarship for Students of Color
Deadline: July 1st, 2021
Seattle Foundation ignite powerful, rewarding philanthropy to make the Greater Seattle area stronger, more vibrant community for all. The Seattle Foundation has launched their scholarship cycle for the 2020-21 academic year. Many scholarships are in partnerships with local organizations. Click the link below to check out over 50 scholarships you could be eligible for.
Do you identify as LGBTQ+ or questioning? And do you live in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington? Great news! You are likely eligible to apply for a scholarship!
The Pride Foundation has more than 60 scholarship funds—but students only need to complete one application. The variety of different funds allow them to offer a wide range of scholarship awards that encourage students of all backgrounds and educational interests to apply.
Washington Ethnic Studies - Youth Activist Academy
Washington Ethnic Studies has announced thei r youth summer programming led by anti-racist educators and youth activists. Registration is open to youth ages 12-16 with limited availability. Participants will engage in a selection of the following topics during this week-long academy:
- different types of activism
- create professional development for educators
- understand, analyze, and write policy and legislation
- interrogate, challenge, and create ethnic studies curriculum
- conflict resolution and restorative justice
- practicing self-care and radical self-love
- developing and facilitating youth organizations
Registration is $300/per youth and includes lunch every day.
Mount Baker Garden Tour and Garden Art Sale
Saturday, June 26, 2021 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Sum of Us
Thursday, June 10
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CT
FREE | RSVP required
What might racial healing look like in the movement to connect children and nature?
Join Children & Nature Network board member Dr. Gail C. Christopher and her daughter, author Heather McGhee for a stirring conversation on the impact of systemic racism on the distribution of parks, access to green space, and outdoor learning opportunities. Two of today’s most insightful and influential thinkers offer a powerful exploration of inequality and the lesson that generations of Americans have failed to learn: Racism has a cost for everyone—not just for people of color.
Bikecitement! 2021 - Bike Works' 25th Year Anniversary
Join Bike Works to celebrate their “silver” 25th year anniversary in an online revelry of community, cycling, and social justice. Hear from inspiring speakers, enjoy a tasty meal, participate in a self-guided ride, bid on enticing auction packages, and engage with our movement to promote the bicycle as a vehicle for change.
Pacific Science Center Summer Camps
Pacific Science Center will be offering a combination of In-Person and Virtual Tech Summer Camp programs this season! Pacific Science Center will provide safe and fun STEM learning opportunities for youth and their families this summer.
Registration is now open!