MCC AmeriCorps members getting things done for folks in Helena, Butte, and Great. Thanks to everyone for helping Montana communities stay warm and efficient.

http://www.beartoothnbc.com/features/lifestyles/13188-lifestyles-warm-hearts-warm-homes-initiative.html


Check out MCC AmeriCorps members in action as they help community members prepare their homes for winter. Homeowners interested in participating in the weatherization program should apply for low income energy assistance through their local Human Resource Development Council. Special thanks to Charlsey Thornton and Katie Anagnostou.


National Public Lands Day Events a Success

  • September 29, 2011
  • Posted by MCC

Thank you to the more than 200 volunteers who donated their time in support of Public Lands. On September 24, MCC AmeriCorps members mobilized volunteers on work projects aimed at improving and repairing public land use areas across the state.


National Service in Montana, Impact and Benefits

  • September 14, 2011
  • Posted by MCC

Nearly 10,000 National Service members mobilize Montana’s human capital to meet local needs.

• 2,000 organizations - nonprofits, schools, faith-based, tribal, government - host national service members to tutor and mentor children, support veterans and military families, provide health services, restore the environment, respond to disasters, increase employment opportunities, and help seniors maintain independent living.

• This year, over $12 million in national service efforts is being leveraged into community solutions by local programs – instead of bureaucracies – to solve critical problems.

• Since 2005, $9.5 million in Segal AmeriCorps Education Awards has gone to Montana colleges and universities to advance higher education for Montana students.


For your reading pleasure, our August eNews: http://bit.ly/AugusteNews


Join MCC and REI for NPLD

  • August 26, 2011
  • Posted by MCC

Join MCC and REI for National Public Lands Day at Gallatin Regional Park - home of the Dinosaur Playground, climbing boulder, trails, and pond. Friends of Regional Parks can only do so much to maintain the park, so here’s your chance to help! Bring work gloves and sunscreen. Free food and fun activities. Bring your entire family and friends to the park to celebrate National Public Lands Day! Volunteers of all abilities are encouraged to participate.

http://www.rei.com/event/29368/session/36350


Montana Conservation Corps seeks recently returned veterans for its VGC Wildlands Fuel Management Program, an AmeriCorps program that focuses on conservation skills and career development for current era veterans interested in pursuing employment opportunities with land management agencies.


Montana Conservation Corps (MCC) seeks qualified applicants for the half-time position of Big Sky Watershed Corps (BSWC) Program Coordinator. Under the guidance of the Program Director, the Program Coordinator is responsible for helping develop and coordinate all aspects of the BSWC program including recruitment, training, site communication, logistics and administrative reporting.  For a detailed job description visit our website at http://www.mtcorps.org/about/career-opportunities/ or call 406.587.4475.  MCC is accepting applications through July 29, 2011. Target starting date is September 5, 2011.  To apply submit resume and cover letter to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


MCC Announces New AmeriCorps Opportunity

  • July 01, 2011
  • Posted by MCC

Montana Conservation Corps is excited to announce a new AmeriCorps opportunity, the Big Sky Watershed Corps. Working together,  MCC, the Montana Watershed Coordination Council, and the Montana Association of Conservation Districts, will recruit, train, and support 8 AmeriCorps members selected by qualifying organizations in Montana.


MCC is excited to announce a new opportunity for veterans this fall, likely in the Charles M Russell Wildlife Refuge and the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Program dates Aug 22-Oct 14. Contact us today for more information: 1866-JOIN MCC.


Montana Conservation Corps (MCC) is prepared to deploy its AmeriCorps members to assist with flood and disaster relief efforts. MCC crews may assist with all sorts of relief efforts including sand bagging, mucking out flooded homes, and removing hazardous trees with chainsaws, and more.


AmeriCorps Week

  • May 12, 2011
  • Posted by MCC

In celebration of AmeriCorps Week, MCC Regional Supervisor Bobby Grillo talks with MT Public Radio’s Edward O’Brien of the value of service on communities and lives.
http://www.mtpr.org/audio/EveningNews/2011-05-11/EveningNews_17-29.mp3 (begins minute 10:10)


Montana Conservation Corps Summer Program for Teens of Veteran and Military Families. Program dates June 12 - July 9 or July 17 - August 13. No enrollment fee. Apply Today! 406-651-1311.


MCC Expedition

  • April 28, 2011
  • Posted by MCC

Yep, that’s right. We’re actively seeking adventurous MT teens for our summer Expedition program. No experience? No problem! Call today: 1866 JOIN MCC. It’s Montana. Get outside!

Session Dates:
June 12 - July 9
July 17 - August 13


MCC seeks veterans, who want to continue serving their country in the great outdoors. This is the first-ever MCC crew dedicated solely to veterans. Learn more here. Visit our website here.


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