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Oregon Wild Photo Contest Coordinator

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ORGANIZATION: Oregon Wild (formerly Oregon Natural Resources Council)


Love the outdoors and photography? We've got the perfect summer volunteering opportunity!

For the last 15 years, Oregon Wild has been hosting a photo contest that connects Oregonians to our
state’s unique wilderness, native wildlife, and the people who live, work, and recreate there. After a brief pandemic hiatus, our photo contest is back, with some exciting twists!

This year's categories will include:

  • Wildlands & Waters - From stunning peaks and vibrant forests to dynamic rivers, wilderness is a unique part of Oregon’s natural heritage.
  • Endangered Places - Giving special focus to Oregon’s most precious and sensitive natural areas.
  • People - Representing the diverse communities who live, work, and play in the outdoors.
  • Social Media / Amateur Photography - Giving space to up-and-coming phone and social media photographers.
We are looking for a Photo Contest Coordinator who will help us collect and sort submissions, liaise with judges and partners, and support our team in the planning process. The opportunity runs through the duration of the photo contest, approximately mid-May through mid-September.

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About Oregon Wild (formerly Oregon Natural Resources Council)


5825 North Greeley, Portland, OR 97217, US

Mission Statement

Oregon Wild works to protect and restore Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife and waters as an enduring legacy for all Oregonians.


Founded in 1974, Oregon Wild (formerly the Oregon Natural Resources Council or ONRC) has been instrumental in securing permanent legislative protection for some of Oregon’s most precious landscapes, including nearly 1.7 million acres of Wilderness, 95,000 acres of forests in Bull Run/Little Sandy watersheds (to safeguard the quality of Portland's water supply) and almost 1,800 miles of Wild and Scenic Rivers. As a leader of the national grassroots charge for conservation of roadless areas in our national forests, Oregon Wild helped secure administrative protections for more than 58 million acres of spectacular roadless areas across the country.

Our wilderness, old-growth forest and clean rivers/watersheds programs protect pristine drinking water, unparalleled recreation opportunities and fish and wildlife habitat across Oregon. With a staff of 13, including regional coordinators, Oregon Wild’s strength is its active grassroots citizen network. Through the power of 4,000 members, over 7,000 e-mail activists and dozens of active volunteers, Oregon Wild works to maintain environmental laws, while building broad community support for our campaigns.


Animals, Community, Environment


Mon May 30, 2022 - Sun Aug 28, 2022


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.





  • We estimate that this opportunity will take 2-8 hours a week for the duration of the summer. Does not need to be during business hours.
  • Must have a computer and access to the internet.

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