200th Issue Features Solos & USACE

Introducing the 200th Issue!

The Nov/Dec 2020 issue of Workamper News Magazine Online Now!

It’s our 200th issue!  And it’s a great one…

TWO special features:

Workamper Christine with her trusty co-pilot

1. Solo Workamping: RVing is for everyone – families, couples, friends, and – of course – solos! In this issue, we are putting a special focus on solos as these adventurous folks can sometimes feel left out or passed over. As you’ll read the input from solos and Employers, there are pros and cons to being your own captain, but lots of opportunities and resources too!  

In an effort to show solos that there are numerous Employers who will consider them for their opportunities, we are highlighting those Employers.  Help wanted ads that appear in blue text encourage solos to apply.


Volunteer Workamper John collecting a comment card from a camper at one of the campgrounds at the USACE Allatoona Project

2. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE): For over 20 years, Workamper News has been the trusted resource of USACE projects to advertise for and recruit Workampers for their volunteer and paid gate attendant positions. Each summer, we communicate with projects around the U.S. to find out what their staffing needs will be for the next two seasons. The culmination of this annual survey can be found in this issue. With one section for volunteer positions and another for paid contract gate attendant positions, Workampers can view options in multiple states. Each ad includes the contact information for that project.

Also included is an article giving insight into the experiences that Workampers have at a project, as well as the importance of the roles Workampers play. USACE projects need volunteers and gate attendants to remain in operation and maintain the beautiful, natural areas we all love to enjoy.

This issue includes…

  • Help Wanted Ads for now and future seasons
  • How to Make the Most of Your Workamping Experience
  • Finding Joy & Freedom Workamping as a Solo
  • USACE – Highly-Valued Workampers Making a Difference
  • USACE Volunteer & Gate Attendant Contract positions
  • Tips to Make Solo RVing Truly Spectacular
  • Benefits of theWorkamper Lifestyle are Numerous
  • How to Be a Successful Solo Workamper
  • List of Solo Traveler Organizations
  • There is a Show to See & I Have a Front-Row Seat
  • Make Money Anywhere You Travel by Fixing RVs
  • Leave Ordinary Days Behind – Start Your Path to RVing with The Dreamer’s Journey
  • For Employers – Work Wanted Ads ran by Workampers
  • and more!

Click here to visit our Online Magazine Archive to view the Nov/Dec issue. Note: You will need to be logged in at Workamper.com to view it, as it is a benefit of your Workamper membership.  If you’re not logged in yet, click here.

Solo female workamper stands in front of sign at Custer State Park visitor center
Workamper Barbara during her volunteer position with South Dakota State Parks

Diamond & Platinum members – you have access to this new issue now.  Intro & Gold members, y’all can now view the Sept/Oct issue; your access to the Nov/Dec issue will begin in December (after we publish Jan/Feb).

Login to www.workamper.com and click on the Online Magazine button on your Dashboard, or click here to go straight to the magazine page if you’re already logged in.

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