Youth Crew Leader 2.0 Now Enrolling May 2017 — 21 Years of Age or Older
Serving as a Youth Crew Leader with Montana Conservation Corps will have a lasting impact not only on you, but also on the communities you serve and the teens you lead through our Expedition Program. With MCC you’ll discover unexpected abilities within yourself and gain the self-confidence needed to effectively lead young people through challenging conservation work.
Things To Remember When You Apply
Joining MCC is not a job—it is a serious commitment to service and to participating as an active learner in a crew setting. We look for applicants ready to put others’ interests before their own, learn and support their peers’ learning, complete the entire term of service, participate as a positive member, work hard while serving long hours and living outdoors in all weather, respect MCC as a drug- and alcohol-free workplace, and to lead by example. Youth Crew Leaders will receive a small living stipend during their term and an AmeriCorps Education Award at the end of their successful term of service. The AmeriCorps Education Award for Youth Crew Leaders 2.0 serving a 675-hour term in 2017 is $2,199.92.
Serving as a Youth Crew Leader is one of the most challenging – and rewarding – opportunities at MCC. Due to the intensive nature of these types of sessions, and the educational and curriculum requirements of the Expedition Program, individuals who have a specific interest in youth development and education are encouraged to apply.
Youth Crew Leader 2.0 Offerings
Central Divide (Helena, MT)
Greater Yellowstone (Bozeman, MT)
Northern Rockies (Kalispell, MT)
*Qualified individuals with disabilities and those from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. We provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals and are an equal opportunity employer.*