Eastern Sierra Federal Lands Job Fair

Eastern Sierra Federal Lands Job Fair 

LONE PINE, Calif. – Are you looking for a job supporting public lands in the Eastern Sierra? Learn more at a job fair on Saturday, June 10 at the Eastern Sierra Interagency Visitor Center in Lone Pine. Land managers are recruiting for a range of job types, not just rangers!

The U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association and Friends of the Inyo are hosting the job fair from 11am-6pm. Representatives from each agency and organization will answer questions and provide information about job postings. Federal resume writing and online job application tutorials will take place at 12pm, 3pm and 5pm.

Interpretive park rangers and nonprofit partner naturalists offer free educational programs for the public. NPS Photo
US Forest Service and Friends of the Inyo work to preserve backcountry access for recreational users by maintaining trails in locations such as Pine Creek. Photo courtesy of Friends of the Inyo.
The Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association has been the official non-profit partner of Inyo National Forest for the past 53 years, enhancing visitor experiences through interpretive products, exhibits and programs. Photo courtesy of the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association.
ESIA’s annual Eastern Sierra History Conference seeks to enhance awareness, enrich knowledge, and generate recognition of the diverse and complex heritage of the Eastern Sierra region. Photo courtesy of the Eastern Sierra Interpretative Association.


Death Valley National Park is the homeland of the Timbisha Shoshone and preserves natural resources, cultural resources, exceptional wilderness, scenery, and learning experiences within the nation’s largest conserved desert landscape and some of the most extreme climate and topographic conditions on the planet. Learn more at www.nps.gov/deva.  

(From Death Valley National Park)

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