The Master Recycler Composters of Thurston County is a volunteer service program. The County trains Master Recycler Composter volunteers to become community educators. Topics include solid waste issues such as waste reduction, recycling, and composting within Thurston County.
Participants agree to volunteer as a community educator. They share waste prevention information with the citizens of Thurston County. Master Recycler Composter volunteers participate in a wide range of county waste prevention activities and community events. They can also work in their own neighborhoods, schools, or workplaces. Projects include encouraging waste prevention, recycling and composting.
If you have a strong desire to learn more about recycling & composting, and are willing to share with others in the community, become a Master Recycler Composter volunteer!
The application deadline for the 2013 class has passed. Check back next year for information about joining the 2014 class. For more information email Cori Carlton or call 867-2162. Visit the Thurston County Master Recycler home page.
Volunteers of all ages and abilities can help at Thurston County events. Volunteer opportunities usually involve helping the public sort their recycling and compost at public events.
All volunteers must fill out our volunteer form here.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
To receive updates about volunteer opportunities click here.
Thurston Solid Waste offers internships for college students. We
will provide you with experience working on meaningful projects and
opportunities to learn about waste prevention and public outreach. We are happy to work with you to get academic credit for your
View our internship description (pdf)
Email your resume, letter of interest, and references to Terri Thomas at email@example.com. Applications are accepted until the position is filled. The start date is negotiable depending on your availability. This is an unpaid internship.
Call Colleen Minion at (360) 867-2280 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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