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Volunteer Centers in Wisconsin: Wisconsin is currently home to 20 volunteer centers. To learn more about volunteer opportunities in counties throughout the state, please visit www.volunteerwisconsin.org.
Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation: This organization organizes trail work all over Wisconsin. Connect with them by visiting www.iceagetrail.org.
Sierra Club Wisconsin: Local and statewide Sierra Club offices have volunteer opportunities available for those of you who want to make a difference on environmental issues. Visit http://wisconsin.sierraclub.org/Involve/volunteer.asp.
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Serve.gov: Find volunteer opportunites nationwide by visiting www.serve.gov.
AmeriCorps: Every day in communities across the nation, AmeriCorps members are improving schools, rebuilding after disasters, providing health services, preserving the environment, fighting poverty, and meeting other local needs. Learn more about AmeriCorps at www.americorps.gov.
American Hiking Society: Join American Hiking Society for a week of building and maintaining trails in exciting and diverse locations across the country. Bring only your camping gear and a willingness to get dirty. We provide the rest. Visit http://www.americanhiking.org/volunteerVacation.aspx.
Sierra Club: Book a volunteer vacation through the Sierra Club! Visit http://www.sierraclub.org/outings/national/service.aspx.
National Park Service: There are nearly 400 national parks and even more ways that you can help. Find an opportunity at a park near you. Visit http://www.nps.gov/getinvolved/volunteer.htm.
Fish and Wildlive Service: Imagine banding birds at a national wildlife refuge, raising fish at a national fish hatchery, conducting wildlife surveys, leading a tour, or restoring fragile habitat. Visit http://www.fws.gov/volunteers/.
Forest Service: Want to dig a site, spend your days in the backcountry, or host a campground in the mountains? Be a volunteer for the Forest Service.
Bureau of Land Management: This country's federally owned public lands are owned by every American, giving each of us a shared interest in their care and in their future. Help care for these lands! Visit http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/res/Volunteer.html.
For all volunteer opportunities on federal lands visit http://www.volunteer.gov/gov/.
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Global Volunteers: Join short-term volunteers in our non-profit network providing long-term, ethical service on a volunteer vacation abroad or a USA volunteer program. Live and work with local people on life-affirming service programs for one to three weeks. Extended-term service option for six to 24 weeks. Visit http://www.globalvolunteers.org/.
Volunteers for Peace: Volunteers for Peace offers placement in international volunteer projects in more than 100 countries around the world including the USA. Visit http://www.vfp.org/.
Earthwatch: Work alongside leading scientists all over the world and help solve pressing environmental problems that matter to you. You do not need any special skills - just a spirit of adventure and a desire to help- we'll teach you everything you need to know. Join an expedition at http://www.earthwatch.org/expedition.
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The Volunteer Center of Washington County neither reviews nor endorses these organizations or websites presenting volunteering in other places. Please research each opportunity thoroughly before making any commitments. This site is for information only.