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Washington Conservation Corps

WCC Training 

(Please Note: Training provided for enrollees of WCC only)

In addition to the on-the-job training that makes up the foundation of the WCC, we offer two formal training weeks each year to introduce members to topics of their choice:

  • Ethnobotany
  • Forestry Basics
  • Grant Writing
  • Introductory Mycology
  • Rigging Applications
  • Search and Rescue
  • Swiftwater Rescue and Safety Ropes
  • Watershed Restoration and Wetlands
  • Wilderness First Responder & Wilderness Advanced First Aid
  • Wilderness Survival
  • Wildland Firefighter (Red Card)
  • Wildland Saws

Earn college credits through WCC

WCC is now offering opportunities to earn transferable college credits through a new partnership with Walla Walla Community College. Two college courses will be offered as part of our training catalog in 2016: Plant Anatomy and Morphology, and Introduction to Agriculture & Natural Resource Careers. The courses will taught by Walla Walla Community College professors and are part of Walla Walla Community College’s Water Technology and Management and Agriculture degree programs. In addition, six-months or up to two years of WCC service qualifies as Cooperative Work Experience credits (non-transferable).


Training Catalog

Descriptions of these courses are in the training catalog. Many of these courses offer members the opportunity to earn valuable certifications upon completion.

Questions or comments? Contact WCC at wccadmin@ecy.wa.gov.