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Serving Recreation and Conservation in Washington

March 12, 2012
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The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office is looking for volunteers to join its Advisory Committees. Committee members help evaluate grant applications, so they get to have a real say in the distribution of funds to great programs in the state. They provide technical advice on project merits, legislative issues, and statewide planning. They also advise RCO on issues affecting grant programs and help develop policies and procedures. Most of the work occurs in the spring and early summer. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. For more information, check out the RCO website.

Benefits of volunteering (according to their website):

  • The ability to learn and grow professionally and personally
  • The ability to help shape the quality of life for Washingtonians
  • Skills to become a better grant writer
  • Valuable experience for your resume

If you think you would be a good candidate, definitely consider serving on one of the following:

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