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AmeriCorps VISTA positions by region

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Portland Metro Area

If you can dream it, you can probably find it in Portland. The Portland metro area has a rich culture of food and fun. Every neighborhood has its own heartbeat and its own flavor. Learn more about Portland on Travel Oregon.

willamette valley and foothillsThe Willamette Valley and foothills

Filled with deep forests, cascading waterfalls and natural hot springs, the Willamette Valley is a welcoming and lovely place. It balances the beauty of nature with the accessibility to cities and towns. To learn more about the charm of Willamette Valley, visit Travel Oregon.

The Coast

Oregon's coast is filled with picturesque forests, sand dunes, and islands ready to be explored! Scenic beach towns and state parks are scattered along the edges, and all coast lands are public land. Find out more about the untamed coast on Travel Oregon. Find out more about the untamed coast on Travel Oregon.

Central Oregon

Ancient volcanic peaks welcome you to sunny Central Oregon which boasts at least 300 sunny days a year. The mountains strewn through the area provide skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer offering the best outdoor recreation in any season. Learn more about the extensive beauty of central Oregon on Travel Oregon.

Fort Rock photo by Flickr user Jon David Nelson

Eastern Oregon

Geographically diverse and expansive, Eastern Oregon is home to mountains, rivers, deserts. Whether you're hiking in through the Wallowas mountain range, learning about the prehistoric past of Oregon at the John Day Fossil Beds, or exploring the John Day River, discovering the many wonders of this region will keep you busy. Learn more about Eastern Oregon on Travel Oregon.

Fort Rock photo by Flickr user Jon David Nelson

Southern Oregon

Southern Oregon offers a wide range of activities and culture. You'll never be far from adventure with plenty of opportunities for skiing, water sports, mountain biking, rafting, and hiking in the nearby mountains and Rogue River Valley. Explore Crater Lake National Park, home to the deepest lake in the United States. In addition to incredible outdoors activities, Southern Oregon boasts cultural opportunities as well, including the renowned and Tony-Award Winning annual Shakespeare festival and the Oregon Caves National Monument. Learn more about the beauties of Southern Oregon on Travel Oregon

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Information current as of July 13, 2022