Conservation Intern Now Enrolling for 2017 Season
Montana Conservation Corps (MCC) Conservation Intern program provides opportunities for college students and recent graduates to serve Montana and surrounding areas through hands on conservation internships. During the summer season, Conservation Interns serve at partnering federal, state, and nonprofit agencies. Each internship is focused to help develop the Conservation Interns’ professional skill sets while providing expertise and valuable contributions to the host site. Conservation Interns serve in a variety of ways including GPS and GIS projects, river ranger patrols, wildlife inventory, data analysis, public outreach and education, trails projects, research, and invasive weeds management. Conservation Interns receive training, supervision, and guidance from experienced agency and MCC mentors. Current students or recent graduates in the fields of resource conservation, forestry, biology, environmental science, recreation management, GIS, or outdoor education are encouraged to apply for this opportunity to gain applicable professional skills while spending time outside this summer as an MCC Conservation Intern.
$504 bi-weekly living allowance and site specific training
Summer Term: May 16 - August 18, 2017
Ability to complete the entire term of service
Some past host sites have included:
City of Helena
More information on 2017 host sites and specific duties will be available by February 2017.
Please contact MCCPrograms@mtcorps.org or 406-587-4475 with questions.