Opportunities for Snoqualmie Tribal Membership & Youth

Tribal Youth Seat for the Snoqualmie Watershed Forum

This is an exciting opportunity to make a difference for salmon and the health of our rivers. The Snoqualmie Watershed Forum meets six times per year to consider new science and help fund projects that help salmon. Forum members include representatives from Snoqualmie Tribe, Tulalip Tribes, elected officials from local cities, the King Conservation District and King County, as well as five citizen members and a local non-profit.

The successful applicant will be appointed by the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe to provide the perspective of a young person (16-25 years old) who is a Tribal Member. The selected person will receive a $500 stipend for participating in six Forum meetings and attending a field trip.

If you would like to be considered for this seat, please submit a completed application form by July 15, 2023 to Cindy Spiry by email at cindy@snoqualmietribe.us

To learn more about the Forum, please visit the Forum’s website or contact Elissa Ostergaard, Salmon Recovery Manager, at (206) 477-4792, or ostergaard@kingcounty.gov.

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Employment for Adopt-A-Stream Foundation

Each year, in thousands of rivers and streams, the Pacific Northwest witnesses a remarkable natural phenomenon as millions of salmon return to their place of birth to spawn a future generation.

The Adopt A Stream Foundation (AASF) works to ensure that Pacific Northwest streams continue to provide healthy habitat for salmon, trout, steelhead, and other wildlife. AASF operates the Northwest Stream Center, a regional environmental center, and carries out stream and wetland restoration work.

We are looking for Tribal Members to help us advance our mission. The Snoqualmie Tribe has not yet adopted a stream through this foundation. For more info, go to www.streamkeeper/employment.org or call 425-316-8592

Executive Director Position for Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery (FISH)

Friends of Issaquah Salmon Hatchery (FISH)’s mission is Protecting our salmon and ensuring their survival for future generations through education, adovocacy and outreach. FISH is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. To learn more about FISH, visit their website at www.issaquahfish.org

This year-round, full-time position involved a variety of duties, including but not limited to: the financial performance and viability of the organization; supporting and collaborating with the FISH Board of Directors; overseeing the administration of programs and the strategic plan, cultivating and maintaining public and community relations; engaging in relevant interagency communications; supportuing a variety of membership activities; supervising existing educational programs; and organizational operations. The FISH Executive Director reports directly to the FISH Board of Directors, and works closely with the Executive Committee as needed.

How to Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to heidicdunbar@gmail.com.

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