Team of Six: Earn $12.15/hour with Youth Conservation Corps


Age 17- 20: if you love being outdoors in the Tonto National Forest that surrounds Globe-Miami, apply now for September-October outdoor jobs sponsored by the Arizona Conservation Corps. YCC participants earn $12.15 per hour learning new skills through hands-on projects within the forest and also local communities during these seven-week-long jobs. Unlike some YCC assignments that require camping, this fall’s Globe-Miami crew will work daytimes, returning home each night. Youth Crew members live at home and work Monday-through-Friday on projects in the surrounding national forest, with preference given to local applicants. Crew members report it’s a learning experience, too - a chance to actively participate in environmental education activities and follow safety procedures in all tasks assigned (including safe use of and maintenance of hand tools). Most importantly: participants must be willing to be an active member of a crew of up to eight (six crew members and two mentor team-leaders) from different backgrounds committed to actively improving the natural world around them through a variety of projects. Who is an ideal candidate? One willing to work outside, who loves to be outside - and is drawn to project work, and with a passion for conservation and nature. Being ready to try new things and learn new skills, working as part of a team towards a common goal - and ready to have fun - are also traits of an ideal YCC crew member. Read more and apply at  azcorps.org/member-positions.

Questions? Please Call Lorena at (928) 526-3280 or email  [email protected]

Arizona Conservation Corps has two job openings for adult crew-leaders too -- an option that’s equally open to applicants of all experience levels. Read more at azcorps.org/member-positions.

It’s valuable work! The team will help support recreation mitigation projects directly related to the impacts of high forest use that has been attributed to the Covid-19 pandemic; activities such as cleaning up and restoring campground infrastructure, performing basic maintenance and rehabilitation of trails including new social trails -- and other recreation infrastructure projects and activities. How to apply? Read more about the jobs here: jobs.silkroad.com/ConservationLegacy/Careers/jobs/2820 and apply here jobs.silkroad.com/ConservationLegacy/Careers/Apply/MultiForm/2820.

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