We're Hiring!

The hunt is on for an experience Director of Development to join our team and lead the charge in increasing organizational awareness, engagement, and capacity! learn more

Now Enrolling Fall 2017!

MCC is now enrolling fall positions for the 2017 field season! Learn more about opportunities to serve with our Corps this fall. learn more

Now Accepting Applications for Big Sky Watershed Corps 2018!

Apply now to be a Big Sky Watershed Corps Member in 2018! learn more

Calling all MT Youth!

Enrollment is now open for our youth programs for summer 2017! We have free programs for kiddos as young as 12 all the way up through the ripe old age of 17. We know that now more than ever it's critical that our youth understand the values of civic engagement, community involvement, and environmental stewardship, so we couldn't be more excited to be offering our youth programs to more kids than ever before. Apply today! learn more

Full Steam Ahead!

We're going to come right out and address the elephant in the room. Some of you may be wondering about the future of AmeriCorps. While we can't predict the future, we can say with 100% certainty (and 100% enthusiasm!) that all of our programs are an absolute "GO!" for 2017. Apply today for your chance to become a leader of tomorrow. learn more

Celebrating 25 Years!

Did you know that the end of 2016 marked a quarter of a century of service for MCC?! Yup, we now have 25 successful years of empowering a new generation of conservation leaders under our belt! Thanks so much to all those who have made this possible. With your support, our next 25 years will be as successful as our first! learn more

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7/25 Orange Crew Adventures

  • Posted by Connor O'Leary

This work was exhausting, but the country we had the opportunity to work in made it more than worthwhile.

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2/14 Zocalo Pint Night was a Success!

  • Posted by Nate Hess

Zocalo Coffee House hosted their first ever Pints for a Purpose event and Montana Conservation Corps had the privilege of being first!