Motorhome & Recreational Vehicle Resource

Since 1996

Search RV-Coach Online

Email Author email Zane Good  Reply to Message reply to message  Post New Message post new message      search forums
ATTENTION: DO NOT POST ADS IN FORUMS!
All Postings that advertise items for sale will be deleted from the Discussion Forum. You may post sale items for free in the Classifieds section. Sign up now.
US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities by Zane Good
Post New Message Here are "Current Volunteer Job Opportunities" as of 9/23/02. Contact information is available with each listing.









 Volunteer Clearinghouse

 1-800-865-8337

 Give a Helping Hand
     


Current Volunteer Job
Opportunities




NOTE:  More volunteer positions are available than shown below.

Call the Volunteer Clearinghouse at 1-800-865-8337 to

receive a Point of Contact list for your area of interest.








Scroll down the job listings or click on the desired state abbreviation
below.Click on [Top] to return here.


AR  CA
 GA  IL   HREF="#KS">KS  MA
 MN
 MO  OH   HREF="#OK">OK  OR  PA  
TN  TX  VA
 WA  WV








Arkansas




  • Mountain Home Project Office    
      Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Tyrone Fowler, PO Box 2070, Mountain Home, AR 72654, (870)
    425-2700

    Fax: (870) 425-3795Tyrone.L.Fowler@swl02.usace.army.mil

    Camp Host - April 1, 2002 job will end November 30, 2002.  Camp
    host duties vary from campground to campground.  7/15/02



  • Dierks Lake              
     Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Eugene Archer, 1528 Hwy 32 East, Ashdown, AR 71822, (870)
    286-2346

    Fax: (870) 286-2945, Eugene.Archer@swl02.usace.army.mil

    Park Host - A Park Host position at Blue Ridge Park on Dierks Lake
    will be open around the middle of September 2002.  Duties include
    registering visitors, handing out information, and providing assistance.
     

    8/20/02





[Top]





California



  • San Francisco Bay Model Visitor Center    
    Click here for more lake
    information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Keley Stock, 2100 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94965
     (415)332-3871

    Fax (415)332-0761
    KStock@spd.usace.army.mil

    Visitor Center - Volunteer would serve as a greeter for visitors from
    local area and around the world, provide general information about the Bay
    Model and San Francisco Bay-Delta region, answer questions of a general nature,
    monitor and stock brochures and other public information items, answer
    telephones, support  the staff and volunteers conducting educational
    and professional workshops, staff Bay Model Association Bookstore, which
    includes making sales, operating cash register and credit card machine.
     7/15/02


  • Eastman Lake            
       
    Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Ella Thurston, 32175 Road 29, PO Box 67, Raymond, CA 93653


    ella.thurston@usace.army.mil 
    (559)689-3255 Fax (559)689-3408

    Campground Host - We will be looking for a campground host for October
    2002 for at least 8 to 12 month stay.  Duties will include registering
    campers on Reserve America (NRRS) computer, fee collection, cleaning fire
    rings and some trash pick up and additional campground maintenance tasks
    such as restroom cleaning, landscape improvements, painting and cleaning
    tables etc.  Camp hosts will be expected to do a lot of walking to collect
    fees, in effort to reduce the amount of vehicles in the campground.  Summer
    temperatures can average in the upper 90's so good health is a must.
     7/17/02

    Maintenance - We are also looking for a single volunteer who could
    handle labor intensive tasks during the fall and winter months October 2002
    through February 2003.  Resource tasks will include planting trees,
    collecting and handling christmas trees, buoy work on the lake, sign
    installation, litter pick up along the roadways and shorelines, and many
    other simlar tasks.  This position needs a person in good health with
    little or no physical limitations. 7/17/02



[Top]



       

Georgia




  • Hartwell Lake      
     Click here for more
    lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Jim Deal, PO Box 278, Hartwell, GA 30643-0278   
    (888)893-0678 ext 328

    Fax:
    (706)856-0358,James.Deal@sas02.usace.army.mil

    Park Host - This volunteer is needed year round at Broyles and Poplar
    springs Recreation Areas. This volunteer will be responsible for performing
    daily walk through inspections of the assigned recreation. Report vandalism
    or any unusual findings to the Corps office or county Sheriff.   Suggest
    recommendations to improve facilities and providing for improved public safety.
    Monitor entrance gate to insure visitors obtain day use fee envelopes and
    offer visitor information and assistance. Agree to maintain this position
    for a minimum of three months. Volunteer will perform this work in the outdoor
    environment and will be subject to inclement weather.  The Corps of
    Engineers will provide one camping site with electrical, sewer, potable water,
    removal of refuse generated by volunteer and telephone connection.
     7/15/02



  • Carters Lake        
    Click here for
    more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Jeffery Pobieglo, PO Box 96, Oakman, GA 30732-0096,
    (706)334-2248

    Fax:(706)
    334-2213,Jeffrey.Pobieglo@sam02.usace.army.mil

    Park Host - Volunteers are needed mid September / end of October 2002
    through the end of March /end April 2002.  Work a variety of volunteer
    duties as a park host which may include, fee collection, light maintenance,
    annual eagle survey, interpretation, assist with special events, daily patrol
    of park.  7/15/02





  • Allatoona Lake    
      Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact:Linda Hartsfield, PO Box 487, Cartersville, GA 30120
     (770)382-4700

    Fax: (770)
    382-6758,Linda.Hartsfield@sam02.usace.army.mil

    Day Use Attendant/Host - Four Couples each working at two Day Use
    areas ( Riverside and Cooper's Furnace) working a rotating four day on, four
    day off schedule.  Volunteers needed March through October 2003.  On
    duty attendant will open and close gate.  Volunteers will check park
    four times daily and issue Volleyball and Horseshoes if there is a shelter
    reserved and volunteers will issue parking passes for traffic control
    .  There is no cleaning required.  A campsite with full hookups
    and restricted-use of telephone. Volunteer will have to be in the gatehouse
    on weekends and holidays 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. for traffic control.

    7/15/02



  • Lake Sidney Lanier        
      Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Karla Zeutenhorst, PO Box 567, Buford, GA 30515  (770)
    945-9531 Fax (770) 945-7428

    karla.j.zeutenhorst@sam.usace.army.mil

    Volunteer Village Program- Lake Lanier has developed a unique camping
    opportunity with the volunteer in mind.  Lanier's "Volunteer Village
    Complex" provides the "traveling" volunteer with a place to stay while pursuing
    their volunteer activities.  The Volunteer Village is a 7 site campground
    exclusively for volunteers.  Sites include water/sewer/electric as well
    as grills, tables and lantern posts.  The site does not have phone service.
     The Volunteer Village complex also includes a covered pavilion and
    laundry room.  Volunteers will work a minimum of 16 hours each week
    per campsite on various assignments in exchange for free camping privileges
    at the Village.  Volunteers will be selected according to their
    qualifications, skills, and experience as related to various volunteer projects.
     7/15/02



[Top]





Illinois



  • Lake Shelbyville        
      Click here
    for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Al Lookofsky or Pam Doty, Route 4, Box 128 B, Shelbyville,
    IL 62565, (217) 774-3951

    Fax: (217)  774-2014 Alvin.P.Lookofsky@mvs02.usace.army.mil

    Maintenance work: Lake Shelbyville currently utilizes nine (9) volunteer
    couples in five (5) busy campgrounds. Volunteers provide approximately 20
    hours of cleaning and or mowing services per person each week. In return
    for the volunteer service a full hookup campsite is provided as available.
     7/15/02


  • Rend Lake      
     Click here for more lake
    information
    [off-site link]  

    Contact: Michael Edwards,12220 Rend City Road, Benton, IL 62812 (618)
    724-2493

    Fax: (618)724-4089,Michael.Edwards@mvs02.usace.army.mil

    Visitor Center Assistant - Volunteer position begins April 1, 2002
    through October 1, 2002.  The Visitor Center Assistant works with Corps
    of Engineers personnel in greeting and assisting visitors, keeping records,
    maintaining displays, and working in a sales area.  Rend Lake is a 19,000
    lake, hosting over 2 million visitors each year.  Camping privileges
    are available with this position.  7/15/02



[Top]





Kansas



  • Wilson Lake  
     Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link] 

    Contact: Ken Wade, 4860 Outlet Blvd., Sylvan Grove, KS, 67481, (785)
    658-2551 ext: 103

    Fax: (785) 658-2554, Kenneth.Wade@nwk02.usace.army.mil

    Park Maintenance-Painter -  February 2002 through November 2002.
     Park maintenance volunteers will be provided with paint brushes and
    paint and will paint picnic tables, shelters, and vault toilets in the park
    of their choice for camping credit.  One week of camping on sites with
    electricity will be provided in exchange for two weeks of camping will be
    provided per month.  The camping credit must be used during the time
    of labor.  Volunteers in the past have either worked a full 10 hour
    day and had a free week of fishing and relaxing, or they have worked 1-2
    hours a day and spent the remaining time enjoying the serenity of the lake.
     7/15/02


  • Fall River Lake          
    Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Terry Lyons or Lesa Schroeder, PO Box 37, Fall River, KS
    67047, (620) 658-4445

    Fax: (620) 658-4919, Terry.Lyons@swt.usace.army.mil or
    Lesa.Schroeder@swt.usace.amry.mil

    Camp Host -
    Volunteer is needed April through September 2002 -volunteer
    for all or part of that time.            Duties
    will include greeting visitors, handing out trash bags, cleaning restroom
    on regular schedule, maintain fire rings and grills, pick up trash in parks.
     Camp Hosts are asked to work 16 hrs/ week.  Volunteers will be
    available for work weekends, and holidays.  Campsite with full hookups
    will be provided.  7/15/02


  • Perry Project Office          
       
    Click here for
    more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Willem Helms, 10419 Perry Park Drive, Perry, KS 66044, (785)
    597-5144

    Fax: (785) 597-5739, willem.ha.helms@nwk02.usace.army.mil

    Park Maintenance - A park maintenance volunteer is needed at Perry
    Lake.  Volunteer must have general labor skills.  For more information
    on this volunteer position please contact Perry Project Office.
     7/15/02



[Top]






Massachusetts



  • East Brimfield Lake          
    Click here for
    more lake information
    [off-site link]   

    Contact : Tom Chamberland, 24 Riverview Avenue, Fiskdale, MA
    01518-1243

    (508)347-3705 Fax (508)347-8732  
     Thomas.Chamberland@nae02.usace.army.mil

    Two Day Use Area Host -  May through September 2003.  Park
    host will help provide a pleasant experience for our visiting public. The
    host will open and close the park, clean  restrooms, picnic shelters,
    picnic area, provide information, and in general assist park visitors.
     7/15/02


  • Westville Lake          
     Click here
    for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Keith W. Beecher, Southbridge, MA 01550-1078, (508) 347-3705


    Fax (508) 347-8732,Keith.W.Beecher@nae02.usace.army.mil

    Maintenance and Interpretive - I have a kitchenette with sleeping
    and bathroom facility at Westville Lake, in Southbridge, Massachusetts; volunteer
    couples and singles can stay there for different lengths of time as long
    as they are volunteering.  Volunteers would do projects that range from
    wood working, painting, trail maintenance, roving interpretation, snow removal
    and web page updating. Volunteers would be allowed to drive government
    vehicles, once proficiency is established and they have a valid driver's
    license.  Volunteers are required to keep the facility in a high state
    of cleanliness, due to the nature of the facility where emergency meetings
    may be held. 7/15/02



[Top]





Minnesota



  • Mississippi Headwaters Lake/Leech Lake    
    Click here for
    more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Jason Hauser, 01217 Federal Dam Dr. NE, Federal Dam, MN 56641,
    (218) 654-3145 ext: 6

    Fax: ( 218) 654-3146, jason.a.hauser@mvp02.usace.army.mil

    Interpreter -  This volunteer position available through October
    10, 2002.  Present an interpretive program to campers.  Topics
    for programs should be geared towards children in presenting on the weekends,
    and more for adults if given weekdays.  Public speaking and interpretive
    skills are needed for these afternoons and evenings programs.  Contact
    us to set a schedule of programs for the upcoming recreation season.
     7/15/02

    Fee Collector -This volunteer position is available throughOctober
    15,2002. We are also looking for interested parties for next year.
      Leech Lake Dam and Recreation Area is a beautiful park with modern
    facilities and access to Leech Lake, one of Minnesota's premiere fishing
    lakes.  The volunteer position requires a few hours of the day registering
    campers on the NRRS computer system.  Basic computer skills are required
    and the volunteer will need to be bonded in order to handle fees collected.
     A campsite with electricity will be provided for the volunteer (s).
     7/15/02




[Top]





Missouri



  • Rivers Project Office        
    Click here for more lake
    information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Janet Mifflin or Phil Manhart, 301 Riverlands Way, West Alton,
    MO 63386

    (636) 899-2600 ext. 241, Fax: (636) 899-2655
     Janet.K.Mifflin@mvs02.usace.army.mil   or

    Phil.J.Manhart@mvs02.usace.army.mil


    Visitor Center - National Great Rivers Museum and Rivers Project office.
     Times and dates varies.  Looking for volunteers to help staff
    and do programs at our museum and visitor center.  Volunteers must enjoy
    working with the public and have good work ethics.  8/28/02



    National Public Lands Day - Rivers Project Environmental
    Demonstration Area.  9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. September 28, 2002.  Join
    with us and thousands of volunteers across the nation helping our public
    lands by picking up litter along the river shorelines.  Great for students
    who are looking for service projects.  8/28/02







[Top]





Ohio



  • Deer Creek Lake
     
    Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Susan Maynard, 21897 Deer Creek Road, Mt.Sterling, OH,
    43143

    (740) 869-2243 Fax (740) 869-4424
     Susan.Maynard@lrh01.usace.army.mil

    Visitor Center - This volunteer is need year round, to answer questions,
    give directions, hand out brochures, and assist the Ranger.  There is
    no campsite available for volunteers.  7/15/02



    William H. Harsha Lake    
     Click here for more lake
    information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Linda Romine, 2185 Slade Road, Batavia, OH 45103, (513)
    797-6081

    Linda.Romine@lrl01.usace.army.mil

    Boundary Maintenance - This volunteer is needed February, March and
    April job will end when cold weather begins.  Spend four to five hours
    per day on scheduled days walking in the woods carrying carsonite posts and/or
    post driver to mark project boundary line.  Also help clear the boundary
    so it can be more easily inspected. Enjoy some of the more picturesque areas
    of the park not often seen by most visitors.

    Should be in excellent physical condition and able to walk long distances
    and carry heavy objects over uneven terrain.  7/15/02

    Trail Maintenance - Volunteer position begins April 1, 2002 through
    October 31, 2002.  Walk a trail weekly to cut back brush, pick up litter,
    weed-eat grass, widen and level trail surfaces, etc.  Enjoy nature and
    help keep the trails safe for visitors.  Should be in good physical
    condition and able to walk distances with various tools.  At least two
    people needed.  7/15/02

    Butterfly Monitor - Volunteer position begins April 1, 2002 job will
    end September 30, or when butterflies stop flying.  Use your identification
    skills to monitor butterfly species along pre-selected transects.  Weekly
    walk a route (less than one mile) to determine numbers and types of
    species living in the park. Training session to be held in March, please
    call (513) 797-6081 for more information and to register.  

    At least four people needed.  7/15/02





    National Public Lands Day, September 28, 2002
    at 10:00 a.m.

    Join thousands of volunteers across the nation helping our public lands on
    this last Saturday in September by picking up litter along the lake and river
    shoreline.  Call (513) 797-6081.  Great for students looking for
    a service project!  1-03-02


[Top]




Oklahoma



  • CANTON LAKE
     Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact:
    Debbie Chaloupek, P O Box 69, Canton, OK 73724-0069, (580)886-2989


    Fax:
    (580)886-3485,Debbie.Chaloupek@swt02.usace.army.mil

    Interpretive - This volunteer job begins April 2002 through November
    2002.  Assist/present weekly programs for campers at our Amphitheater.
     Familiarity with video equipment, slide programs and liking to work
    with the general public.  7/15/02


  • Hugo Lake      
     Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Wade Reinhardt, PO Box 99, Sawyer, OK 74756, (580) 326-3345
    Fax: (580) 326-8181

    doyle.w.reinhardt@swt.usace.army.mil

    Campground Host - Volunteer is needed at Kiamichi Park.  Campground
    host will work two days on and four days off as assigned by Park Rangers.
     Duties will include patrol park twice a day, check bathrooms and report
    discrepancies to Park Ranger on duty.  Post campsite reservation at
    individual campsites, issue and post fee stubs at campsite.  Update
    bulletin boards as needed.  Report disturbances and other problems to
    Park Ranger on duty.  Open and close entrance gate at 6:00 a.m. and
    10:00 p.m.  7/15/02



Top]





Oregon



  • Fern Ridge Lake        
       Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Aaron L. Reeves, 26275 Clear Lake Road, Junction City, OR
    97448 (541) 688-8147

    Fax: (541) 688-8195  Aaron.L.Reeves@nwp01.usace.army.mil

    Security Guard - Volunteer is needed April 15, 2003 through October
    15, 2003.  Provide security for Project Office, Parks and Dam Facility.
     Lock and unlock Park gates daily.  Some public contact and Visitor
    Assistance duties such as responding to public's questions and distributing
    handouts.  Light maintenance of grounds and facilities and/or site plan
    development projects is optional and negotiable on as needed basis.
     Minimum weekly commitment is 15-20 hours for 5 days a week.  Friday,
    Saturday and Sunday to be included in 5 days with 2 day weekend variable
    on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.  Must have POV to perform
    work.  Full RV hookup overlooking Fern Ridge Lake.  Government
    mileage reimbursement at current rate.  Estimated weekly POV mileage
    is 90-100 miles.  Prefer minimum 2 month or more commitment during 6
    month recreation season. 7/15/02



[Top




Pennsylvania



  • Youghiogheny River Lake        
      Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Allen Shultz or Suzanne Estock, 497 Flanigan Rd., Confluence,
    PA 15424 (814) 395-3242

    Fax: (814) 395-5124, robert.a.shultz@lrp02.usace.army.mil or
    suzanne.estock@lrp02.usace.army.mil


    Student Intern Park Ranger - Volunteers needed May through August
    .  Summer internships for students in outdoor recreation and /or natural
    resource management fields of study.  Free camping, camping equipment,
    and certain reimbursements available.  Because of the wide variety of
    assignments, internships at Youghiogheny River Lake provide an excellent
    opportunity for students to begin building an impressive resume.  Duty
    categories include fish and wildlife management, visitor assistance, and
    interpretation.  Duration of internship is negotiable.  Many outdoor
    recreation opportunities available locally.  7/15/02

    Campground Host -  Volunteer is needed April through Early October
    .  Assists campers and provide surveillance of camping area.  Will
    not handle money or confront campers about violations of rules and regulations.
     Free camping on a site with full hookups is available, plus
    reimbursements for certain expenses. Many outdoor recreation opportunities
    available locally.

    Duration of stay must be at least one month.  7/15/02



[Top







Tennessee



  • Cordell Hull Lake          
    Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Steve Hurst, 71 Corps Lane, Carthage, TN, 37030  (615)
    735-1034

    Fax: (615) 735-1032Steve.Hurst@lrn02.usace.army.mil

    3 Winter Day Use Hosts - We are looking for winter day use area hosts
    for 3 of our sites.  Two of these positions will be from 1 October 2002
    through 31 March 2003.  The other position is from 1 November 2002 through
    31 March 3.  For a detailed list of the volunteer job descriptions for
    these three positions please write or call the point of contact.
     7/15/02



    [Top





    Texas




  • Granger Lake          
    Click here for more
    lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Scott Blank, 3100 Granger Dam Road, Granger, TX 76530

    (512)859-2668 Fax (512)859-2934
    Scott.W.Blank@swf02.usace.army.mil

    Campground Host/Cleanup/Maintenance - We are looking for someone
    to volunteer and fill this position NOW!
     Looking for a Park Host
    to work 20 hours a week in swap for a full hookup site.  You will be
    helping visitors, minor maintenance (mowing, weed eating, tree trimming)
    monitoring camp restrooms.  7/15/02


  • Sam Rayburn Lake  
     Click here for
    more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Kerry Pearce, Route 3, Box 486, Jasper, TX 75951, (409) 384-5716


    Fax (409) 384-6076, kerry.w.pearce@swf02.usace.army.mil

    Relief Host-  October 1, 2002 through February 28, 2003.
     Volunteer operates the gate house two hours per week.
      Providing campsite and other information to the visiting public,
    report maintenance problems, checks restrooms daily, one day each week provides
    site cleaning in closed portion of park.  Three (3) positions will be
    available. Full-hookup campsite with water, electric, and sewer will be provided
    to the volunteer.  7/15/02

    Campground Host - October 1 through February 28, 2003.  Volunteer
    operates from 10 to 20 campsites and boatramp, includes cleaning and simple
    maintenance, registers campers, provides park surveillance, reports maintenance
    needs.   A campsite with 30 amp electric, water and sewer provided to
    the volunteer.  7/15/02

    Summer Host - June 1 until September 2002.  Volunteer will be
    assisting the gate attendants with traffic control, checking permits,and
    maintaining the park grounds.  A full-hookup site will be provided.
     One position still avalable.  7/15/02


  • Somerville Lake            
    Click here for more
    lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: John "Bill" Keienburg, PO Box 549, Somerville, TX
    77879-0549

    (979)596-1622 Fax(979)596-1493
     john.w.keienburg@swf02.usace.army.mil

    Interpretive Services - Interpretive Services Volunteer 14 positions
    anticipated for the 2003-2004 season.   

    Work with the Interpretive Services and Outreach Program as it relates to
    Environmental Education, Scouting and Trails Program.  Serve as a guide,
    counselor and resource person to Scout groups conducting service projects
    and school groups conducting environmental education activities.  Help
    interpret the Reservoir to individuals and groups.  Help construct segments
    of trails and perform trail maintenance.  Help park rangers with office
    tasks, recycling, information collection and public events.   Under
    most working conditions and when serving the public, wear the volunteer uniform
    and name badge.  Use hand and power tools.  Attend weekly staff
    planning meetings.  Over all an average of 20 hours of volunteer service
    per week.  Campsite with full hook-up in gated campground.
     7/15/02

    Seasonal Emphasis: Summer  Public Recreation Season: May 1, through
    September 15; Scout & School Season ; September 15 through March 31.
     Scout Workshop Season; April 1, through April 30. 5/15/02

    Volunteer Opportunity Options in 2002-2003:  Summer- May 1, through
    September 15, 2003; Fall- September 16, 2003 through November 30, 2003.
     Interim- December 1, 2003 through January 31, 2004; Spring-February
    1, 2004 through April 30, 2004.  Five Volunteer Campsite available for
    full year or any portion of the year.  Two Volunteer Campsites available
    October 1, 2003 through March 31, 2004.  7/15/02


  • Wright Patman Lake  
     Click here for more lake
    information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Bill Smith, P O Box 1817, Texarkana, TX 75504    (903)
    838-8781

    Fax (903)
    832-6396,William.Smith@swf02.usace.army.mil

    Campground Host - June 15th is when this volunteer is needed at Jackson
    Creek Park on Wright Patman Lake.  The job will consist of being present
    in the park during weekends and weekend evenings. The park has 10 campsites
    and a public-use boat ramp.  We use an honor box to collect fees in
    the park.  The Volunteer will need to check campers and boat ramp receipts,
    provide surveillance, and to report to the rangers any non-payment or Title
    36 violations.  The volunteer will be provided a camp pad with water,
    electric, and sewer hook-ups and will be required to have an RV or camper
    present in the park at all times.  The job will be year-round. 7/15/02


  • Canyon Lake Reservoir      
    Click here
    for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Eric Garner, 601 C.O.E. Road, Canyon Lake, TX 78133,
    (830)964-3341

    Fax
    (830)964-2215,Eric.Garner@swf02.usace.army.mil

    There are very few established volunteer positions here at Canyon Lake; however,
    we are always working on projects in which a helping hand sure could
    be used.  These projects include trail work and ecological restoration
    projects.  We do need volunteer gate attendants at a few closed parks
    in the winter. These positions begin in October and end in March.
     7/15/02


  • Whitney Lake    
     Click here
    for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Patricia Spiller, 285 Corps Road 3602, Clifton, TX 76634,
    (254) 622-3332

    Fax: (254) 622-3243,
     Patricia.A.Spiller@swf02.usace.army.mil

    Multi-Use Trail Construction - February through September 2002.
     West shore of Whitney Lake, from Kimball Bend Park to Lakeside Village.
     Hiking, biking, and equestrian trails construction open to all interested
    volunteers.  No special skills necessary.  Some small hand tool
    use.  7/15/02


  • Bardwell Lake

    Contact: Tome Ehrke, 4000 Observation Drive, Ennis, TX 75119, (972)
    875-5711, Fax: (972) 875-9711

    thomas.j.ehrke@swf02.usace.army.mil

    General Maintenance - Volunteer will be tree trimming, shoreline cleanup
    and other maintenance duties.  Volunteer should be able to use a hand
    saw and pruners, pickup truck owner perferred.  Volunteer should be
    able to walk 2 miles a day, lift branches and haul branches to brush piles
    in personal vehicle.  7/29/02



[Top]






Washington



  • Lake Washington Ship Canal/Hiram M. Chittenden
    Locks


    Click here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Craig Lykins, 3015 NW 54th Street, Seattle, WA 98107, (206)
    789-2622

    Fax (206)
    782-3192,Craig.Lykins@nws02.usace.army.mil

    There are no campgrounds or picnic areas at this facility.
     

    Gardener - Volunteer is needed Spring and Fall.  Volunteer will
    assist the garden staff, under the direction of the horticulturist, with
    spring and fall clean up of botanical garden.  Skills required are general
    gardening, pruning,weeding and bed preparations.   Updated 7/15/02 this
    is  an on going position.

    Bookstore Sales Clerk - This volunteer position is open for part-time
    work year round.  Volunteer will assist customers and provide cashier
    duties in a small cooperating association bookstore in the Class A visitor
    center at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks.  There are no campsites at
    this location.  This is and on going position updated 7/15/02.





[Top]





Virginia



  • John H. Kerr Reservoir      
     Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Etwin T. Robertson, 1930 Mays Chaple Road, Boydton, VA 23917,
    (434)738-6143 ext: 154

    Fax: (434) 738-6541 erwin.t.robertson@saw02.usace.army.mil

    Two Volunteer Interns - May through August 2 volunteer interns (college
    students) minimum of 400 hours commitment. Natural Resource
    Management/environmental education.  Resume and references required.

    7/15/02



[Top]





West Virginia 



  • Beech Fork Lake
     Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Richard Hemann, 5441 Beech Fork Road, Lavalette, WV 25535,

    (304) 525-4831 Fax (304) 525-4239  
     Richard.A.Hemann@lrh01.usace.army.mil

    Day Use Attendant/Visitor Center Host- We have developed a four-site
    campground with full hookups

    (no telephone) for exclusive use of volunteers.  Volunteers are needed
    to: 1. Collect use fees and monitor activity at the swim beach; 2. Staff
    Visitor Center on weekends and provide visitor information; 3. Assist with
    other light-duty tasks as needed.  There is no cleaning or trash pickup
    required.  The swim beach is open from 10:00a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 7 days
    per week, Memorial Day through Labor Day.  Visitor Center staffing is
    needed on weekends from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Hours worked per day
    will depend on the number of volunteers.  We anticipate a weekly commitment
    of approximately 20 hours (4 hours per day, 5 days per week.  7/15/02


  • Stonewall Jackson Lake          
       
     Click
    here for more lake information
    [off-site link]

    Contact: Sandra Spencer, 1012 Skin Creek Road, Weston, WV 26452, (304)
    269-4588

    Sandra.J.Spencer@usace.army.mil

    National Public Lands Day:  October 5, 2002 8:00 a.m.
    untill Noon.  Stonewall Jackson Lake needs volunteers to particiapate
    in our Volunteer Cleanup Day!  Boy scouts, Girl scouts, church groups,
    organized groups, boating groups and All members of the community are encouraged
    to attend!  Our Volunteer Activities for the day include:  Install
    Butterfly/Hummingbird Garden at Stonewall Jackson Dam, Clean and Replace
    Bluebird Boxes, Trail maintenance at State Park & Stonewall Jackson Dam
    Recreation areas and roadway clean-up.  Clean-up of lake by boat.
     9/24/02

                         
                        
       Prizes By Raffle For
    Particiapants


    1st Place- Two night free stay at Stonewall Jackson Resot Lodge!

    2nd Place- $100 Gift Card at Wal-Mart!

    3rd Place- Dinner for 2 at Garfield's Restaurant &
    Pub!

     

      First 200 kids receive McDonald's Free cheeseburger coupons!

    All kids receive Award of Excellence Garfield's Restaurant & Pub free
    meal coupons!


                         
       No experience is needed, just come out and have
    fun!




[Top]






AClick here for an alphabetic listing of
all USACE Offices.




National Public Lands Day September 28,
2002


www.npld.com

All Messages in ThreadAuthorDate
Post New MessageUS Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Zane Good 9-25-02  
  Reply to MessageLink exchange Mariana Snider 11-28-05  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Joseph W. Smith 9-9-05  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Lowell & Carole Hale 2-3-06  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities richard mooers 3-4-06  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Jim Cunningham 3-20-07  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Sheila Beck 6-11-06  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities John & Joyce Faulkiner 11-8-04  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities John & Joyce Faulkiner 11-8-04  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Harry Jacobs 8-9-03  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Lisa Hurst 3-1-03  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Gilbert & Marian Mattson 3-18-04  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities MONDAY SAMSON 5-25-04  
  Reply to MessageOscaroservice.com reviews Esoniengixkix 9-21-13  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Ed and Thelma Greene 8-17-08  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Greg 8-10-04  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities phillip wendler 1-19-11  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Marilyn Russell 1-8-11  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Ron Casner wife Paula 7-13-11  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Lou and Joyce Brothers 3-7-12  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities george lewis 6-17-13  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Victor & Patricia Pryor 8-31-08  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Clarence Surber 11-30-10  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities orville & nancy sulflow 5-31-09  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Robert Ivy 11-16-08  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Hap Bazemore 9-8-10  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Mary Sherman 6-9-10  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Ronald & Susan Jordan 7-4-10  
  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Paul & Betty Frates 8-1-10  
    Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities natalie herron 4-14-03  
      Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities marcus burget 8-19-03  
      Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities ray and pat van dusen 8-28-03  
      Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Ivan Smith/Virginia Baker 9-14-03  
        Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities gary taylor 10-7-03  
        Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Geri Wacaser 10-31-03  
          Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Kay Kyker 10-25-03  
            Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities elaine dunseth 8-31-03  
            Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Betty Brand 10-8-03  
              Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Paul Hickey 9-11-03  
              Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities john & geri taylor 10-18-04  
                Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities John Hart 10-12-03  
                Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Barbara Johnston 2-27-04  
                  Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities ron 10-14-03  
                    Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities margaret a fuller 11-21-03  
                      Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities linda and joseph minson 5-31-06  
                        Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Will Spafford 6-25-05  
                          Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities steve & julie pelley 10-31-10  
                            Reply to MessageRe: US Army Corp of Engineers workamper opportunities Norman Evarts 1-22-06  
Required fields in red
For more info about a field, place your mouse over the More Info icon.
Subject:
Your Name:
Your Email:
Message:



Code is case-sensitive. Helps stop SPAM.
       


Advertise Here
Get Media Kit NOW!






Get Media Kit to Advertise!

Advertiser Links

Back to Top