Conservation Crew Member (Paid Internship)


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Idaho Conservation Corps
Internship
Job Overview

Idaho Conservation Corps is recruiting for our 2019 season! Crews begin training June 1st, 2019, apply now!

Organization Overview

Idaho Conservation Corps (ICC) has operated in Idaho since the summer of 1992. ICC is a part of the Northwest Youth Corps (NYC), a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering youth and young adults to become successful, resilient members of their communities. To achieve this, ICC provides a variety of outdoors, conservation-specific programs to youth and young adults throughout Idaho emphasizing education, leadership, and personal growth. Since 1984, NYC/ICC and its resource management partners have provided opportunities to over 20,000 youth and young adults to learn, grow, and experience success. NYC’s programs serve over 800 youth and young adults annually, with programs operating in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and California.

SEASONAL STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM (6/3/2019-8/23/2019) Crews based in Boise, Moscow and Sandpoint, ID.

Seasonal Stewardship Program (SSP) is a 2 month intensive program for 19-26 year olds. Members will spend their entire session camping with their crew. In addition, many SSP crews spend much of their time in backcountry settings. Members receive paid job-training experience while working on projects such as trail maintenance, trail construction and forest fuels reduction. In addition to gaining valuable field experience, members will have the opportunity to earn professional certifications as well as an AmeriCorps living allowance and education award. Other benefits that members will receive include meeting new people, challenging themselves mentally and physically, learning backcountry living skills, working in beautiful places, and networking with industry partners.

IDAHO SERVICE CORPS (6/3/2019-10/25/2019) Crews based in Boise, ID.

Idaho Service Corps (ISC) is a 5 month camping program for 19-25 year olds. During their session members will have a 9 day on, 5 day off schedule. Members receive paid job-training experience while working on projects such as trail maintenance, trail construction, invasive species removal, and forest fuels reduction. In addition to accomplishing important work and gaining field experience, members will have the opportunity to earn professional certifications as well as an AmeriCorps living allowance and education award. Other benefits that members will receive include meeting new people, challenging themselves mentally and physically, working in beautiful places, and networking with industry partners.

Benefits:

  • Gain hands on skills and certifications in the natural resource management field
  • Monthly stipend (paycheck)
  • Education award/scholarship awarded at end of term
  • Explore the expansive outdoors of Idaho
  • College internship credit possible

To Apply:

Full position descriptions and application can be found here: http://www.idahocc.org/OurPrograms/YoungAdult.

***When applying, be sure to indicate program and location of choice.***