Spring is here and summer is around the corner. It’s hard to believe with our weather.
Seattle Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Associated Recreation Council (ARC) and 37 citywide advisory councils, is now accepting applications for various summer programs. Temporary positions are available at 24 community centers, eight indoor swimming pools, two outdoor pools, two small craft centers, and many public beaches and wading pools.
Click here to download information highlighting the programs and positions for which we are currently recruiting for the summer season. If you need more information regarding the programs or positions, please inquire with the appropriate contact person for the program in which you are interested.
As our days get longer and warmer, think about volunteering in our neighborhood park, Carkeek!
Weekday Workers (WeWos) are forest stewards that focus on special planting and plant care projects with the help of volunteers who are available during the week. The work varies as needs arise in Carkeek Park. Typical activities are planting, invasive species removal and clearing blocked trails. Location of work within the park and type of work varies from week to week.
For details about location and work plans please contact:
Loren McElvain at 206.782.7617 or Forest@CarkeekPark.org
Carkeek Park Demonstration Gardens meet most Tuesdays, 9 am to Noon. The volunteer gardeners will be in the garden to answer questions about the gardens and successful, low-impact gardening. If you would like to volunteer in the gardens, please contact one of the gardeners listed below before showing up to volunteer. Volunteers should wear gardening clothes; we have spades, shovels, and rakes, but bring your favorite small tool
For more information or to volunteer: Lead Gardner: Deborah Phare | 206.979.1476 | DPhare@msn.com