January 14, 2020
Colorado is know for its soaring peaks, and none are more famous than those that rise over 14,000 ft in elevation, often referred to as 14ers. As an AmeriCorps participant of one of the Southwest Conservation Corps ‘14er’ crews, your office will be the high alpine environment on the slopes of one of these peaks.
January 07, 2020
The Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation has been serving the wilderness recreation community for twenty five years. The Foundation works in coordination with the USFS to organize 40 projects annually and recruits 300 to 400 volunteers and interns, ages 12 to 80, for projects that clear trails and keep the wilderness wild by restoring damaged areas and removing noxious weeds. Since its incorporation in 1996, the Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation and its volunteers have cleared over 5,000 miles of trail and donated millions of dollars of labor to improve public lands.
December 13, 2019
The SBFC Wilderness Ranger Intern (WRI) program provides an immersive experience in
wilderness stewardship for college students and military veterans. The goal of the
program is to train, educate, mentor and provide employment development
opportunities while providing skilled support to the US Forest Service to accomplish
priority wilderness work.
November 08, 2019
The Southwest Conservation Corps (SCC) is a non-profit, AmeriCorps-affiliated organization. The SCC selects young adults, generally ages 18-25, to complete conservation work projects on public lands throughout the Southwest. SCC programs encourage environmental stewardship, foster community partnerships, and emphasize experiential learning. The majority of SCC’s programs are residential programs, with crews camping in either front-country or back-country settings for 4-10 day periods; schedules may vary by program and region. SCC serves a diverse population that is representative of the Southwest; including youth, graduates, veterans, and a cross-section of ethnicities and income levels.
December 20, 2019
The Trail Conference Conservation Corps (TCCC) provides great opportunities for outdoor lovers to become leaders in environmental conservation. Spend your summer outdoors protecting natural resources, gaining valuable experience in the field, and making a difference in conservation.
January 07, 2020
The AMC maintains a series of 14 campsites and shelters along the Appalachian Trail in the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire and Mahoosuc Mountains in Maine. Nine of these sites are staffed from early June through September with caretakers who work and live on site.
January 15, 2020
Live, serve, and explore Maine’s wilderness, coast and mountains with Maine Conservation Corps (MCC). Get paid for 6 weeks of leadership and technical skills training and then practice those skills while serving and supporting a team leader in managing a crew to enhance hiking, biking, skiing, and other types of recreational trails throughout the state. Gain training and experience in leadership while learning how to highline a 500-pound boulder to construct a stone staircase, build timber structures, or open access to treasured natural areas. You’ll make a difference in the lives of your team and local communities, while connecting to nature, peers and yourself. Build a path, while finding yours.
January 03, 2020
Under the direction of the Director of Park Maintenance & Natural Resources Management or his/her designee, performs trail construction, maintenance, repair, and design; and directs and coordinates staff, volunteer and contractor efforts to maintain and improve recreational trails within the stewardship responsibility of the Morris County Park Commission. Subject to direction, provides for planning, implementation, and completion of special projects throughout the park system
January 10, 2020
The Associate Director of Statewide Stewardship is a full time, exempt, senior management position that reports to the Chief Program Officer (CPO). This position is a hands-on and participative manager, serving collaboratively to ensure high organizational performance results specifically within VOC’s Boots on the Ground programmatic area.
January 10, 2020
The Community Engagement Coordinator reports to the Associate Director of Statewide Stewardship and is responsible for coordinating and delivering VOC’s strategic engagement programs designed to broaden the variety of people involved in outdoor stewardship.