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Internship-Natural Resource Steward

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

Join our seasonal staff at the Moose River Plains Wild Forest in the Central Adirondack Park of northern New York to fill your summer with outdoor adventure and career development! * This position requires that you become enrolled in AmeriCorps. If you are selected for this program please be sure to accept AmeriCorps during the SCA offer process. No travel allowance will be offered for this position even if it is stated on your confirmation of acceptance.*

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PA Outdoor Corps- Crew Member

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

The Student Conservation Association in partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR), is seeking outgoing individuals to join the Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps. The Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps offers paid work experience, job training, and educational opportunities. Corps members will join a team of young adults to complete conservation projects on Pennsylvania’s public lands. Throughout the season members will also participate in education and training activities related to resource management, environmental education and recreation.

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Grants Manager

Arizona State Parks and Trails

This position will serve under the Chief of Grants and Trails. The position will assist in planning, organizing and directing the management ofstatewide trails and grant programs related to outdoors. Work requires long range planning, soliciting outdoor recreation projects to apply for fundingunder our grant programs, and develop partnerships within state parks, throughout the state and nationwide (Federal Highway, National Park Serviceand nation wide efforts to better administer and manage the grant programs. Supervises, plans, directs and assists with the management of theadministration of our grant programs. Duties include but are not limited to: a) Establish and maintain inter agency partnerships b) Continually reviewand improve processes and procedures related to grant programs c) Searches for other grant opportunities to assist parks with their needs d) Conductsite visits for grant compliance e.) State Parks Liaison with AORCC f.) Provide technical assistance within our agency, local communities andorganizations statewide g.) Works with other states and our national partners (NPS/USFS/BLM/FHWA) to provide nationwide training on bestpractices h.) Works closely with ASPT development in assisting with grants related to capital projects.

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NH Conservation Corps- Interpretive Ranger

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

WHY BE AN INTERPRETIVE RANGER WITH THE SCA, NH CONSERVATION CORPS? Are you interested in environmental education, park interpretation, outdoor recreation, conservation, science, and/or cultural history? You will get to experience each of these career pathways all while living in and serving New Hampshire State Parks! This position will provide you with real-world experience where you will gain skills in program development, management, marketing, networking, and evaluation. The skills learned and professional development opportunities offered throughout this position are invaluable! This experience is what YOU make it, and the NH Corps is here to guide you as you take the next step in reaching your career goals.

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Internship-Park Restoration and Maintenance Crew

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

Work crew members (2 for 20 weeks) will work under the guidance of staff assigned by the manager at each respective lake. Work crew members will also work with project staff, USACE volunteers and external volunteer organizations to accomplish some of these tasks.

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Internship - Developed Recreation Intern

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

The interns will support the Rocky Mountain Ranger District Developed Recreation Program on the Helena – Lewis and Clark National Forest. We are located near Choteau and Augusta, MT, and the interns will assist with our summer program of work. The recreation interns will perform campground, trailhead, and rental cabin maintenance in the area of the National Forest that is somewhat roaded. Interns will be supplied with a government pickup and would be driving most days to the forest to work and most of the time be working independently with guidance from the lead Recreation Technician. Interns are required to work 5 days a week with Tuesdays and Wednesdays being their days off. All developed recreation staff are required to work all federal holidays as public visitation is up around those days.

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J2 Machine Operator

Highland Trails, LLC

Highland Trails is hiring skilled trail builders with the ability to construct mountain bike trails with excavators and other mechanized equipment. Work to be done at Highland Mountain Bike Park in Northfield, NH and at client locations throughout the US.

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Trail Crew Leader

Rocky Mountain Field Institute

Join our team and lead the charge in trail work, environmental restoration, and education in the stunning landscapes of Southern Colorado! Work in iconic parks and open spaces like Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak, and the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness.

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Field Leader-African American Women's Crew

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

As Crew Leader, you will be working to guide and inspire a team of eight young adult women from the metro Atlanta, GA area. This is an affinity crew for self-identified African American women. The crew will be working on projects such as invasive species removal, habitat restoration, litter abatement, and trail work at West Atlanta Watershed Alliance. Leaders will be responsible for incorporating and planning environmental education curriculum. Project monitoring and data collection will also be required throughout the season.

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Field Leader-SCA UPS Summer Crew Leader

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

As Crew Leader, you will be working with a co-lead to guide and inspire a team of ten high school-aged youth (14 –19) from the metro Atlanta, GA area. This is an affinity crew for self-identified African American youth. The crew will be working on projects such as invasive species removal, habitat restoration, litter abatement, and trail work in various sites throughout local National Park Service sites. Leaders will be responsible for incorporating and planning environmental education curriculum. Project monitoring and data collection will also be required throughout the season.

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