Youth Conservation Corps Crew Leader Now Enrolling 2017 — 21 Years of Age or Older
Legislated nationally as a permanent program of the US Forest Service in 1974, the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) engages young people in paid work on needed conservation projects while providing environmental education opportunities that allow them to "learn while they earn." In 2016, the US Forest Service has partnered with MCC to offer this employment opportunity to local teens age 14-17.
Serving as a Youth Conservation Corps Crew Leader with MCC will have a lifelong impact not only on you, but also on the communities, landscapes, and teens enrolled in YCC. You’ll discover unexpected abilities in yourself along with the enduring self-confidence to effectively lead young people toward accomplishing even the most challenging tasks. In the end, it is your commitment to serving others, starting with the youth on your crew that yields the most satisfaction and the greatest enjoyment.
Leaders serve in MCC’s Northern Rockies Region (Kalispell, MT). Leaders receive a $626.50 bi-weekly stipend and a $1,527.45 education award upon completion of service term.
Qualifications - Must Have
Available May 26 through August 18, 2017
Previous leadership experience, skills and training, preferably in a corps program, or similar setting