Be an Ambassador: Volunteer and Internship Positions
Love Cascadia? Join us! We're happy to work with you to develop a volunteer or intern project that furthers your own professional goals while contributing to positive impacts in Cascadia. Fill out the form below or drop us a line at email@example.com to learn more.
The Made in Cascadia Directory supports a network of locally owned, independent businesses and producers that are sustainable and ethical, upholding the strength, vibrancy and diversity of Cascadian communities. Engaging with local businesses and growers, we will create an open source “Made in Cascadia” regional directory and brand.
The Bioregional Passport will help to educate and celebrate our incredible bioregion. Using the Ecoregions of Cascadia map created by the Cascadia Institute as a starting point, we have divided Cascadia into seven smaller regions for purposes of fitting education about the bioregion into a tangible passport. One goal of this project will be to have the Bioregional Passport be used to get stamps when visiting participating “Made in Cascadia” businesses, generally helping promote travel and culture across Cascadia.
Development and Grant Research
Work directly with our Member Engagement Manager, Joel Selling, to research or write grants for CascadiaNow! and sponsored CN! programming.
The Cascadia Football Federation was an idea that launched through TA, ECS, and WC supporter groups to create a Cascadia Football Team. This team would play friendly games with other non-recognized peoples' and teams. Volunteers for this project would help us draft an application, clean up the CAFF website, and ready a call-out for new board elections.
Research and Communications
Help CN! research and update our "In the News" page with a new book list, Cascadia in popular culture articles and other bioregional writing to share with website visitors. This volunteer position is not location specific, though Seattle is preferred, and we ask for a minimum three month commitment.
As a 501(c)3 organization, CascadiaNow! provides academic internships for students looking for credit or to expand their resumes. If you are interested, CN! will work with you to help design a program around an existing program or need, or design a project around your needs and what you would like to get out of it.