Thank you for your interest in World Salmon Council! There are not currently any employment openings.
However, we’re looking for skilled Volunteer Educators to teach on fall field trips, and qualified Board Members to help guide our organization.
Volunteer on a fall Salmon Watch field trip:
You can help improve scientific and environmental literacy, and inspire kids to better understand and protect our natural areas.
We need to fill over 160 instruction station slots on field trips taking place Sept-Nov at beautiful stream sites in our region.
Teach kids about:
Salmon Biology, Identifying Aquatic Critters, Testing Water Quality, Streambank Observation, and Data Collection.
No experience necessary. Free training sessions in late summer/fall.
Please contact Rachel Walsh regarding this opportunity and other ways to get involved.
Become a World Salmon Council Board Member:
We’re also looking for new Board Members.
Do you believe in the importance of connecting kids and adults with nature? Are you an environmental literacy, conservation and education enthusiast? Do you want to make a difference in your community?
Then Salmon Watch needs you!
World Salmon Council is seeking to bring on a few talented and experienced volunteer board members to help guide the organization as it grows, and to strengthen its programs to provide experiential learning experiences for students and adults.
If you can contribute your time, passion and leadership, and are interested in exploring this opportunity, please email Rachel Walsh to receive more detailed information (please include your phone number).
We’re especially looking for folks with finance/treasurer experience, knowledge of environmental education, interest and skills in fundraising, diverse backgrounds and experience, nonprofit insight, and strategic vision.
We look forward to hearing from you!