Internship, Yellowstone National Park

Job position / title
Internship, Yellowstone National Park
Name of business / employer
Xanterra Travel Collection
Job description / duties
Any of the positions available on our website can be converted into internships. When applying please include the internship requirements from your school.

Live. Work. Explore. Yellowstone National Park Is Naturally Different

Yellowstone National Park Lodges is the largest concessionaire in Yellowstone. We operate 31 restaurants ranging from fast food to finer dining, and 9 lodges with over 2,100 rooms. More than 100 various hospitality and culinary positions provide students the opportunity to focus internships, externships, or a career on a specific area of interest. Our employees enjoy living in the park and have many opportunities for outdoor activities in Yellowstone and surrounding areas. We hire over 3,100 employees for our summer season, which lasts from April to October. Our parent company, Xanterra Parks & Resorts also operates smaller operations in several other national and state parks.

What We Are Looking For

At Yellowstone National Park Lodges, we depend on our team members to help guests find their ultimate Yellowstone experience—all while working to protect and preserve the park for future generations. No matter what your job is, you will be a proud steward of the park. You will play an essential role in providing warm and friendly hospitality to all our guests.

What You Are Looking For

Gain familiarity with operations at a high volume resort property
Gain hands on experience in the hospitality and support industry
Have access to management operating in the nation’s first national park
Have access to management training opportunities from the training course catalogue.
Network with members of the staff and learn about their roles
Gain real life work experience in the hospitality industry
The Details

We have immediate openings available for the 2019 season. If living, working, and exploring in Yellowstone sounds intriguing and exciting to you, please read on.

Start Date: April 2019
Employment Type: Full Time, Seasonal (ideally full season or early/late season)
Schedule: Varies – 40+ hours per week.
Perks include:
Low-cost housing (dormitory style) and meals (cafeteria style) provided
Wi-Fi (limited bandwidth) provided
Free Employee Recreation Program (hiking, biking, photography, camping, wildlife watching, educational programs, film series, sports competitions, and more!)
Exclusive discounts in and around Yellowstone
Living in the world’s first National Park
A Day in the Life

Yellowstone employees have the unique opportunity to live, work and explore in the world’s first national park. During your summer, you will meet employees and visitors from all over the world and gain incredible hands-on experience in a high volume, fast-paced environment. Create lifelong memories while earning college credit!

Essential Skills and Knowledge:

Our internships and externships are for current students pursuing degrees in Hospitality, Culinary, Recreation or Sustainability field. Opportunities are available during our summer season, April – October. We prefer candidates be able to work for at least 3 months.

What We Believe

At Yellowstone National Park Lodges, we are a welcoming community who work hard, share a passion for the environment, and enjoy creating memorable experiences for our guests. We are the primary concessionaire in Yellowstone National Park. As part of the Xanterra Travel Collection family, we embrace a “naturally different” lifestyle that allows you to live, work, and explore one of the most beautiful places on earth. We are a company based on values that reflect an environmental ethic and social conscience – for the long-term. “Our Softer Footprint” focuses on how we reduce our environmental impact through our comprehensive environmental initiatives. Our business practices exemplify environmental stewardship, and a desire to protect and preserve our public lands.

– Must be a Culinary or Hospitality Major
– Must be able/willing to work a minimum of a 3 month season (May – Oct)
– Must have a GPA of at least 2.0

Application deadline / closing date
Salary / rate of pay
Days and hours of employment
Flexible schedule?
(○) Negotiable

Travel required?
(○) Yes

Pay period
(○) Bi-weekly

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
May through Oct
Person or department to contact
Wendy Dodd
Business address
PO Box 165
Work location (if different from above)
Yellowstone National Park
How to apply

Applications should include
[×] Resume

[×] References


Research Intern Non-GMO Project

Job position / title
Research Intern
Name of business / employer
Non-GMO Project
Job description / duties
The Non-GMO Project is currently seeking a part-time research intern in the Standards & Verification Department. The Non-GMO Project is a nonprofit organization committed to preserving and building sources of non-GMO products, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices. The position will report to the Standards Manager.


-Conducting research on genetically modified crops, their supply chains, and how they appear as ingredients in retail consumer goods
-Synthesizing data and populating spreadsheets
-Generating and maintaining reference libraries, resources lists, and reports


Part time: 10-15 hours a week – ideally for three to six months

Please note this is an unpaid internship.


Our team members come from varied educational backgrounds, as do our interns. We do our best to tailor intern work to an individual’s particular skills and interests. Applicants should have a passion for sustainability and a basic understanding of the GMO issue (additional education on GMOs and their impacts will be provided as part of the internship). In addition to aligned values, applicants for this position should have:

-Excellent verbal and written communication skills
-Solid computer literacy, including experience with Microsoft Office and internet research
-Ability to synthesize and summarize detailed information
-A strong sense of order, organization, and attention to detail
-Leadership skills and the initiative to solve problems
-Ability to multitask and be flexible
-Ability to work independently

Application deadline / closing date
Salary / rate of pay
Unpaid position
Days and hours of employment
10-15 hours/week
Flexible schedule?
(○) Yes

Travel required?
(○) No

Pay period
Not answered

Dates of employment (specify if temp or seasonal)
Temporary, part-time
Person or department to contact
Matt Rommelmann, HR & Operations Coordinator
Business address
Non-GMO Project, PO Box 5606, Bellingham, WA
How to apply
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Please include the title of the position you wish to apply for in the subject line. Your cover letter should address your interest in working with the Non-GMO Project and particular skills or strengths you feel would make you a good fit for our team.

Applications should include
[×] Resume
[×] Cover letter

Tenant Clinic Coordinator Volunteer/Internship

Tenant Clinic Coordinator
Volunteer/Internship Position Description
LAW Advocates’ Mission: Provide free civil legal assistance to low income Whatcom County residents. LAW Advocates Tenant Clinic Coordinator will coordinate intake at LAW Advocates’ free weekly drop-in legal advice clinic for tenants at the Whatcom County Courthouse. Volunteers must make a 6 month commitment.
Responsible to: Programs Manager, Staff Attorney Duties:
 Set up Tenant Clinic registration desk
 Greet clients, ask them to complete intake form, and assist clients with completing the form if needed
 Communicate to Staff Attorney and volunteer attorneys when cases are urgent (e.g. client has court same day or a client has other pressing circumstances)
 Ensure all necessary data is collected, as this is required by our funders and stakeholders
 Enter intake information into LegalServer case management software
 Refer clients to other community resources, as appropriate
 Clean up all materials and coordinate with Programs Manager to restock materials as needed
 Soon after clinic, type attorney notes into LegalServer case management software and file any related documents
 Offer feedback to the Programs Manager and Staff Attorney for improving Tenant Clinic
 Report volunteer hours to the Programs Manager monthly
 Interest in serving LAW Advocates Mission
 Ability to give sufficient notice of any upcoming absence
 Ability to make a six month commitment
 Appreciation for the sensitive nature of the confidential information and ability to maintain confidentiality
 Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds and maintain a positive working relationship with staff members and volunteers
 Ability to serve as a positive and professional representative of LAW Advocates
 Basic computer literacy
 Strong written and verbal communication skills
 Independent worker not needing close supervision; good judgment
 Organized and detail oriented
 Gain experience with program coordination for a legal aid organization
 Have opportunities to observe attorneys providing legal advice
 Help LAW Advocates provide essential legal aid to low-income people in our community
 Obtain college credit if offered by your school
Non-Discrimination Policy: No person shall be subjected to discrimination in this organization because of race, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy, national origin, gender, age, ethnicity, income, veteran status, marital status or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local law. LAW Advocates will make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities.
Hours: Every Friday 11:45 – 4:00 pm
Start Date: 12/7/18 (we may be able to accommodate students who will be away for winter break– please apply even if you’ll be gone a couple of Fridays in December)
To Apply: Please submit resume and a brief statement (less formal than a cover letter–the body of an email is okay) addressing why you are a good fit for this position by Monday, December 3rd to Nikki D’Onofrio, Programs Manager at Call Nikki at 360-671-6079 x10 with any questions.

To learn more about earning academic credit for this internship, please schedule an appointment with Rhonda Leeson, Interim Cooperative Education Coordinator, by calling 360.383.3080.


Salmon Monitoring Internship

Do you like working outside and want to help advance salmonid habitat restoration? The Salmon Monitoring Intern will assist SFEG staff with salmonids monitoring work in the spring of 2019. Help with surveys of juvenile salmon, and with volunteer fish sampling events. Receive training in identifying fish, sampling by seining, and ESA-permit reporting.

This is a volunteer position open to students currently enrolled in a fisheries or environmental studies program that requires an internship or practicum for graduation.


Familiarity with identification and handling of juvenile salmonids is preferred. Successful candidate should be enrolled in a program of study focusing on biology, aquatic ecology or a related field. Must have the ability to work with SFEG staff and volunteers and provide own vehicle for transportation (mileage to and from work sites reimbursed at state rate). This position requires work outside in all types of weather, and applicant must be capable of walking on uneven ground.

Time Commitment

Work will occur between February 1st, 2019 and May 31st, 2019. The intern will be expected to work at least one full day (8 hrs) Monday through Thursday each week. At least three seining events will occur on Saturdays and will require approximately 6-8 hours on one Saturday per month in February, March, April. Approximately 150 hours will be logged in this volunteer internship position.


Please contact Jason Lewis, SFEG’s Habitat Restoration Coordinator by email or call 360-770-3177. Send resume and cover letter to Jason regarding this position at by January 1, 2019.

“To learn more about earning academic credit for this internship, please schedule an appointment with Rhonda Leeson, Interim Cooperative Education Coordinator, by calling 360.383.3080.”

GIS Mapping and Data Internship/ Special Project

Winter 2019 Estimated 40 to 80 hours.

Wanted: Geography or natural resources majors to assist with developing maps and updating databases.

SFEG is looking for someone with some GIS and databases experience to help analyze and display spatially an existing dataset. This internship will allow you to develop your GIS and data management skills as you work with an existing dataset to:

* Determine the most efficient visitation schedule for known noxious weed infestations

* Re-prioritize watersheds based on efficacy of weed treatments

* Analyze a new dataset and develop maps to display newly mapped weed infestations in a manner the public understands and SFEG can utilize for future grant applications

This is a great opportunity to determine if an environmental conservation career is right for you. By the end of the project you will have made professional contacts and developed a resume building project.


Applicants should have a background and interest in geography, database development, mapping, natural resources management and/or invasive species control. Must have completed at least 1 quarter of introductory GIS training using Arc Map 10.3 or higher and have experience working with Excel-based databases. No prior knowledge about salmon is necessary, just an interest and enthusiasm for conservation and willingness to learn about local salmon enhancement activities.

Time Commitment

This is a volunteer internship that requires a time commitment estimated to take 40 to 80 hours. Position also requires ~5 hours a week of office time, schedule to be agreed upon. Office is located in Mount Vernon, Washington within walking distance of the SKAT County Connector bus station. Work will be completed by end of December.


Please contact Bengt Miller at 360-336-0172 for more information. To apply submit a letter of interest, resume and weekday availability to

The Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax ID# 94-3165939) under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

“To learn more about earning academic credit for this internship, please schedule an appointment with Rhonda Leeson, Interim Cooperative Education Coordinator, by calling 360.383.3080.”

Grant Writing Intern Needed

The Community Boating Center
555 Harris Ave
Bellingham, WA 98225
360 – 714 – 8891
Grant Writing Intern Needed
Term: November 2018 – January 2019 (200 hours)
Stipend: $500
Number of positions: One
Internship Description: Join our fun and dynamic team as a grant writing intern. You will apply your academic writing and research skills as part of our fall fundraising team. Your internship will focus on donor research, donor cultivation activities and donor management. You’ll serve approximately 10-15 hours per week over a ten week period learning from our Operations Manager, Executive Director, and others. Duties may include assisting with fall marketing promotions, community events and holiday party. We will support what you want to learn through a variety of CBC projects and activities.
Internship Qualifications:
● Social media skills
● Good written and oral communication
● Software program knowledge in Google Docs, MS Word and Excel
● Enrolled in higher education
● Prior non-profit volunteer or internship a plus
Preferred Skills:
● Strong communication and organizational skills
● Ability to work proactively within a team as well as independently
● Self starter, able to think creatively to solve problems
Academic Development: Interns are encouraged to develop a study and work plan that ensure adequate time to develop and hone new skills in complimentary business areas such as bookkeeping, social media, marketing and administration.

To Apply: Please send your cover letter, resume, and three professional references to the CBC Operations Manager Erica Reed. Applications are considered on a rolling-review process. Position is open until filled.
Postal: 555 Harris Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225
Our Mission: The Community Boating Center (CBC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit fostering small-watercraft access, education, safe recreation, and marine stewardship on Bellingham Bay. Our programs and services are offered to all ages, income, and experience levels. We rent paddle and sail boats, provide lessons and offer guided trips. The CBC was founded in 2006 and is supported by a strong community of donors,
volunteers and tenants.

“To learn more about earning academic credit for this internship, please schedule an appointment with Rhonda Leeson, Interim Cooperative Education Coordinator, by calling 360.383.3080.”

Mt. Baker Snow School Education Internship


Title: Mt. Baker Snow School Education Internship

Term: Winter Quarter: January 12—March 22, 2019

For Additional Information contact Rhonda Leeson, Interim Cooperative Education Coordinator, 360.383.3080.

Overview North Cascades Institute, in collaboration with the Mt. Baker Ski Area, is seeking interns with the Mt. Baker Snow School program. Mt. Baker Snow School combines hands-on science education with snowshoe-powered outdoor exploration for middle school students at the Mt. Baker Ski Area. During a one-day field trip, students investigate and learn about winter ecology, snow science, watersheds, mountain safety and public lands.

Snow School interns will work under close supervision by the School Day Programs Coordinator. Primary duties will include facilitating a positive outdoor experience for small groups of youth and teaching applied science in the winter mountain environment. Interns will receive training in program curriculum and logistics and will have continuous support from the supervisor who will observe, advise and assist as needed.

This is an unpaid internship and is a part-time position. Interns are compensated one ticket voucher to Mt. Baker Ski Area for each day worked (exception of training). Interns should expect to teach at least 1 field days per week (Thursday and/or Fridays) for the entire Snow School season. Interns are required to attend Snow School training January 12 -13. Interns are responsible for providing their own food, housing, health insurance and transportation (carpooling may be available). It is the responsibility of the intern to complete paperwork with his or her university necessary to receive credit for the experience.

Qualifications Required: ● Enthusiasm for engaging youth in environmental education in an outdoor winter setting ● Attend Snow School training Saturday, January 12 at Mt. Baker Ski Area office and Sunday, January 13 at Mt. Baker Ski Area ● Ability to teach all sessions on either Thursday or Friday during the Snow School season ● Familiarity with the winter alpine environment and physically able to work in all weather conditions ● Ability to hike and snowshoe for 2 miles in uneven, snowy terrain while carrying a 10 lb pack ● Excellent organization and communication skills ● Ability to use independent judgment to ensure safety of program participants ● Ability to practice and enforce policy and safety practices as trained ● Reliable, independent worker and team player ● Reliable transportation to and from the carpooling site ● Must be 18 years of age or older at the start of the internship ● Acceptable background screening and criminal history check


● Some coursework in Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, Education, Biology or related field ● CPR/First Aid Certification or advanced certification (Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder) ● Experience working with youth

Responsibilities Teaching (80%): Instruct and guide groups of students at Mt. Baker Snow School. Ensure safety and well-being of program participants. All teaching will be under the close supervision of Institute staff.

Administration and operations (10%): Attend weekly Snow School meetings; set-up and take-down for the Snow School program; assist with the maintenance of program supplies, equipment and facilities.

Assist with other duties as required. Training and Evaluation (10%): Attend Snow School training, end-of-season debriefs and exit interview; participate in instructor observations and feedback. Training will include group facilitation techniques, risk management, mountain safety, natural/cultural history lessons and program logistics. If gaining academic credit, complete a written, in-depth reflection and personal evaluation paper at end of internship.

Professional Development Opportunity: ● Receive professional development through mentorship of professional teaching staff ● Gain teaching experience working directly with middle school students ● Promote a healthy, active lifestyle through winter recreation by teaching students outdoors at the Mt. Baker Ski Area ● Receive approximately 100 hours towards academic credit

Application Deadline November 21, 2018

To Apply: Prepare a letter of interest, resume and the names of three references with current contact information. Schedule an appointment with Rhonda Leeson, WCC Interim Cooperative Education Coordinator, by calling 360.383.3080.

Marketing Coordinator Internship (Unpaid)

Marketing Coordinator Internship (Unpaid)

Do you enjoy making a positive first impression with customers? Do you have a marketing background or a desire to learn marketing? Do you love pets? If so, then we have a unique opportunity for you as our Marketing Coordinator Internship.

In this role you will be responsible for our marketing administrative duties and all our local and national trade show events while also performing marketing tasks and supporting our pet treat division. This is an unpaid internship but we will pay 100% of your travel expenses (air, hotel, other ground transportation and meals).

A trade show convention coordinator is responsible for ensuring all aspects of a conference and trade show event are well-planned and run smoothly. To perform effectively, extraordinary organizational, communication, and diplomacy skills are a necessity.

In this hybrid role, you will be responsible for:

Marketing Coordinator Internship + Trade Show Coordinator Duties:

* Assisting in execution of social media strategies

* Manage trade show packing and shipping

* Create and tabulate marketing surveys (survey monkey)

* Organize, maintain, and inventory marketing supplies

* Support marketing projects as needed

Office Duties:

* Data entry and inventory management

* Pack and ship supplies, samples and customer orders

* Make travel arrangements

Qualifications and Skills

* High School diploma or equivalent required

* Familiarity with Social Media, survey monkey, and marketing background a plus

* A very positive attitude and ability to work with all levels within the company structure

* Excellent organizational skills and ability to perform routine duties as requested

* Strong time management skills with the ability to follow up on projects and meet project deadlines

* Above average computer skills in programs such as MS Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint

* Outstanding attention to detail

* Strong communication and interpersonal skills are essential

* Previous retail and customer service experience are helpful

To Apply

Schedule an appointment with Rhonda Leeson @ 360.383.3080
Rhonda Leeson | Interim Cooperative Education Coordinator
237 W. Kellogg Rd, Bellingham, WA 98226
Appointments: 360.383.3080 | Direct Line: 360.383.3700




PHONE: 360-966-5859/FAX 360-966-0921
Organization Mission and Vision:
Cloud Mountain Farm Center’s (CMFC) mission is to build experience, knowledge, and community to expand dynamic local food systems. CMFC envisions a thriving, collaborative community in which regional agricultural businesses are prosperous and contribute to a healthy environment and the well being of all citizens. CMFC aspires to be a trusted, proactive, and adaptable leader that works with partner educational and trade organizations within the regional food system to further our mission through a number of programs.
Internship Description:
The Cloud Mountain Farm Center Internship is a vocational learning program for those interested in starting their own farm business and/or being a key employee on a farm. This program includes a hands-on, farm-based, full-immersion experience in agricultural production and management as well as a solid understanding of the big picture challenges that affect NW agriculture and the communities it serves.
Interns learn first-hand what it takes to keep farmlands healthy and agricultural businesses thriving. Cloud Mountain Farm Center operates both annual and perennial cropping systems as well as a retail nursery. Our annual organic vegetable production is on 5 acres of tractor cultivated scale and includes row crops, high tunnels, and leafy greens production. Our perennials include 5 acres of conventional and organic fruit trees and vineyards that include pome/stone fruit and table/wine grapes. Our retail nursery offers both fruit and ornamental plants. Interns will engage with all areas of production on the farm.
Work and Education Structure
 Lectures, Workshops, and Field Trips (approx. 8 hours/week)
o Through instruction and exposure via lectures, workshops, and farm tours, interns
complete a comprehensive curriculum that focuses on the following concepts:
 Business and Marketing: business planning, enterprise accounting, value-added
production, farm finances, grants and loans.
 Soils and Fertility: soil science, tillage, cultivation, compost, and cover crops
 Crop Production: irrigation, crop culture, tractors and implements, weed
management, crop planning, botany, integrated pest and disease management,
and orchard and vineyard management
 Propagation and Nursery: vegetative propagation, seed biology, and greenhouse
 Environmental and Social Systems: land conservation, water access and rights,
food access and food justice
o Tuition for the 2019 season is $5,000 with a $500 rebate upon completion of the
program. Tuition is due at the beginning of the program and covers all guest speakers,
workshops, field trips, and educational materials over the course of the program.
 Vocational (approx. 30-32 hours/week)
o Interns will work as paid employees for approximately 4 days of the week or 30-32
hours per week. Interns are paid hourly at $12.00/hour. Work schedules will vary
throughout the season and interns can expect to work some weekends.
o Hands-on education happens through meaningful work in our vegetable, fruit and
nursery enterprises. Farm work is fast paced and physically demanding involving
repetitive tasks and will include working in sometimes extreme weather conditions. You can expect to work outside in the cold, rain, and heat.
o Interns can expect vocational training in the following:
 Annual Vegetable Production: propagation, seeding, cultivation, irrigation,
harvest, high tunnels, introduction to tractor use, and post-harvest handling
 Perennial Orchards and Vineyards: pruning and training, pest and disease
management, monitoring, and harvest
 Nursery Production: plant propagation and container growing
 Marketing: Farmers Market, Restaurant Sales, Wholesale Markets
Pay and Tuition
CMFC values and depends on the work performed by interns throughout the season and as such, we’ve structure the program so interns are paid for their work. Additionally, interns will pay tuition for the educational portion of the program.
Partial Tuition Fee Waivers
We offer a limited number of partial tuition fee waivers that are need-based. Upon acceptance into the program, participants will have the option to apply for a partial fee waiver. We do not want finances to deter people from participating in the program. Please inquire for more information.
2019 Program Dates
March 1-October 18, 2019
Housing is not included in the program fees. Limited housing is available to rent. Please inquire if housing is needed.
Off-site Intern Tracks
CMFC partners with other farms to offer our educational programming for interns working at partner farms. Applicants with interest in enterprises beyond our scope such as livestock or flowers, please inquire and we will connect you with a partner farm. Terms of employment will be negotiated between intern and partner farm.
Skills and Qualifications
Priority will be given to applicants with the following skills and qualifications:
 Desire to operate a farm business or be a key employee at a farm business
 Some background knowledge of plant cultivation and at least one-year experience working at a production farm or nursery
 Demonstrated ability to take initiative with a strong work ethic and ability to work well within a team setting
 Physical ability to do demanding work in all weather and lift 40 lbs. repeatedly
University Credit and Partnerships
The Internship is accredited by Washington State University’s Cultivating Success Program. Upon completion of the program, interns will receive up to 12 continuing education credits from WSU. Students from other colleges and universities have received credits through participation in the program. If you are currently a student at another local college or university, please inquire about other credit and/or work study opportunities.

 A completed application form below (also available to download at
 Responses to the essay questions found on the application form
 Your current resume including education and work experience
 A list of 3 references. Two of them must be professional. Please include their name, address, email and phone number.
2019 Internship Application Form

To Apply

Schedule an appointment with Rhonda Leeson @ 360.383.3080
Rhonda Leeson | Interim Cooperative Education Coordinator
237 W. Kellogg Rd, Bellingham, WA 98226
Appointments: 360.383.3080 | Direct Line: 360.383.3700
Recruiting and retaining diverse stafing is a high priority at North Cascades Institute. The Institute does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, military or marital status, age, sensory, physical or mental disability, genetic information or any other basis prohibited by law in any of its policies or programs


Applications are due October 31st and will be accepted after this date on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.
Please answer the each of the following questions in 300 words or less:
1. Please describe your previous experience in farming.
2. This is a rigorous program with high expectations of active participation and
engagement. Explain how this training fits into your future plans.
3. How do you envision your career after this internship?
4. What are 3 outcomes you are hoping to get out of this program?
5. The nature of farming and gardening is physically demanding and our educational
setting requires personal motivation and self-discipline. Given this context, please tell us how you imagine staying motivated for the full 9 month program?
Personal Information
_____________________ ________________ ________________
Last name First name Middle
_________________________ ________________________ __________ ___________
Address City State Zip
Date of Birth (DOB)
__________________ _______________________________
Email Phone
Internship Information
How did you hear about the internship?
Have you ever been to Cloud Mountain Farm Center? ____________________________________
If yes, when? ______________________________________________________________________

Career Opportunities: Skagit Valley College

Skagit Valley College has a variety of exciting career opportunities!  Please share with those who may be interested.

About us: Tucked away near the Cascade Mountains and the San Juan Islands in the Salish Sea, Skagit Valley College is perfectly situated in close proximity to picturesque waterfront towns and world-class outdoor recreation. For easy access to thriving urban and cultural arts scenes, SVC is nearly halfway between Seattle and Vancouver, BC. The college is based in Mount Vernon, while serving a campus in Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island, and centers in Langley, Clinton, Anacortes, and Friday Harbor.

Full-time, Classified & Exempt Staff:

  • Purchasing, Grants & Contracts Supervisor (closes 5/24/18)
  • Early Childhood Program Specialist 2, Assistant Teacher – Oak Harbor & Anacortes, WA
  • Early Childhood Program Specialist 2, Family Support Specialist – Langley, WA
  • Early Childhood Program Specialist 3, Lead Teacher – Anacortes, WA

Full-time, Tenure-track Faculty:

  • Nursing Instructor, Tenure-Track Faculty

Part-time, Hourly Staff:

  • Chef, McIntyre Hall Performing Arts & Convention Center
  • Custodian – Whidbey Island Campus
  • Custodian – South Whidbey Island Campus
  • Culinary Food Service Worker 1
  • ECEAP Substitutes, Teaching Aide, Assistant Teacher & Lead Teacher
  • ECEAP Assistant Teacher (ECPS2) – Langley, WA
  • ECEAP Classroom Aide (ECPS1) – Langley, WA & Anacortes, WA
  • ECEAP Lead Teacher (ECPS3) – Langley, WA
  • Maintenance Custodian – Whidbey Island Campus
  • Security Guard
  • Security Guard – Whidbey Island Campus
  • Stage Technician I
  • Various Head Start positions

Part-time, Adjunct Faculty:

  • Chemistry
  • Communication Studies
  • Journalism
  • History
  • Business
  • Nursing Instructor
  • Psychology Instructor
  • Basic Education for Adults

For a complete list of openings and more information on qualifications, salary, and how to apply, visit our career opportunities site, or visit As outlined in the job announcement, applicants must complete an online application, which may require completing supplemental questions and uploading required documents.

Interested in other opportunities? To be notified of current openings in areas that interest you, you may fill out a Job Interest Card, or visit Place a check in the box next to each job category of interest, and fill out the form. You will receive an email notification each time a position opens with Skagit Valley College whose category matches your selections.

Staff and Faculty at SVC respect and work effectively with diverse students, colleagues and others in a campus climate that promotes innovative teaching, quality scholarship, a diverse learning environment, and equitable access and educational achievement for all students. Skagit Valley College is an equal opportunity employer. Skagit Valley College provides a drug-free environment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or age in its programs and employment.

Skagit Valley College adheres to a set of guiding principles: Respect, Integrity, Open and Honest Communication, and Collaboration

Jamil Sepulveda

HR Generalist & Talent Acquisition Specialist

Skagit Valley College

Office: (360) 416-7954 | Main: (360) 416-7794