Host a Conservation Intern

Could you use a hard-working, enthusiastic college student for summer work? Apply to be a Conservation Intern Host Site! learn more


We are so happy and proud to announce that Katheryne Lewis, a 2015 MCC Youth Crew Leader, was selected to be a finalist for the 2016 Corpsmember of the Year! learn more

Join the team!

MCC is now hiring for the 2016 season! Go to our Join page to learn more. learn more

Malta, Montana

Montana Conservation Corps tackles large projects for BLM Malta Field Office learn more

MCC crews help locals winterize

Flathead Beacon's Clare Menzel on the decade-old Warm Hearts Warm Homes initiative learn more

Head of USDA Visits National Forest

Secretary Vilsack thanked MCC crews for their contributions to public lands. learn more

Featured Member Story

7 Sparrows in a National Park

As the MCC’s season is starting to wrap up, waves of preemptive nostalgia have begun to wash over me. As a crew, we’re pushing through a bit of…

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Krew: Our Blog

1/22 “Settling” Down at the End of the Season

  • Posted by Lauren Siverson

My crew has had a solid last couple of hitches. We were in Bozeman working on the Triple Tree Trail for two days, getting to work with brush saws and meeting several friendly people and puppies who were enjoying the trail. Next, we were sent to Helena, where we planted…

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1/12 Why we need a 21st century conservation corps

  • Posted by Michael Bennet and John Bridgeland

Providing opportunities for our youth, supporting our veterans, and conserving our public lands and resources are among the nation’s most pressing challenges. A 21st Century Conservation Corps has the power to address these challenges.