Job Opportunities

Why Apply?

Earn Extra Money

Could you use a little extra income? Jobs for the 2020 Census offer competitive wages that are paid weekly. Authorized expenses, such as mileage, are reimbursed for employees doing fieldwork.

Support Your Community

Decennial census data are used to determine your representation in Congress, as well as how funds are spent for roads, schools, hospitals, and more. Help ensure that everyone in your community is counted in the next decennial census.

Fit Your Schedule

Temporary positions for the 2020 Census feature flexible hours—a perfect fit if you are looking to earn a little extra money, even if you already have other commitments.

Be a Part of History

Every 10 years since 1790, the United States has undertaken the momentous task of counting all of its residents. This is your chance to play a role.

Upcoming Events

April 2020
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Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee1 week ago
The Census is just around the corner! Keep an eye out for your invitation in the mail.
#46DaysLeft #Census2020
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee2 weeks ago
Looking for a flexible, part-time job that pays $16.00 an hour? Apply to the Census!
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee2 weeks ago
Have any questions about the Census? Comment down below or look for this sign at local public school conferences!
#47DaysTillTheCensus
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee2 weeks ago
We have set up tables at our local public school conferences to make sure parents, students, and staff are all aware the Census is coming!
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee3 weeks ago
Reid Campus Center
Come to the Reid Campus Center from 12:30-2 to get some pizza and learn more about the Census!
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee
Blue Mountain Complete Count Committee3 weeks ago
Here are a few photos from one of this weeks Census presentation. Juan Sanchez, the Census Coordinator, and Daisy Schonder, the Whitman Community Fellow Intern, presented to the students and faculty of Whitman College.
College students are part of the Hard to Count population, as seen from data in 2010. It’s important our local colleges know how to help and raise awareness among students!
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