Representatives from each agency will be located in the concourse area to provide additional information, speak with interested applicants and discuss the application process.
“It is never too early to start thinking about a summer job,” said Ruth Esperance, Mystic District Ranger, Black Hills National Forest. “Seeking a temporary job is a great way to learn about an organization and to prepare individuals for potential permanent employment.”
A wide variety of temporary job opportunities are available, that appeal to both outdoor and indoor enthusiasts, including in the areas of archaeology, interpretation, recreation, trails, administration, hydrology, botany, wildlife, timber, engineering, fire and more.
For more information, contact: Lisa Sanders at (605) 673-9321.