2017 Project Partners

MCC members learn skills to care for forests, parks, wildlife refuges, wilderness, and other public lands across the Northern Rockies and Plains because of partnerships with nonprofits and local, state, and federal agencies. Each partner provides meaningful service opportunities that deepen our corps members’ connections to the land, their sense of purpose, and ignite their aspirations. We thank you all. Click here to see a full list of our valued partners. 

Partners

The success of young people is best achieved by working in partnership with others who share our values. Outdoor service provides measureable achievements that help young people realize their profound ability to make a difference as citizens, while also nurturing a deep connection to the natural world.  Our work would not be possible without extensive collaboration with a group of over 500 diverse partners—government agencies, other nonprofits, schools, foundations—to recruit and engage corps members in hands-on service that keep our public lands safe, healthy, and accessible. MCC’s partners provide invaluable support, expertise, mentorship, and opportunities to MCC Corps Members to improve the environment and to realize their ability to improve the world.

Conservation Intern Host Sites

Interested in hosting a Conservation Intern? Partner host sites include federal/state agencies, nonprofits, conservation districts, tribal offices, and other community-based conservation organizations across Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Idaho. Host sites gain the assistance of a highly motivated young adult to assist with project implementation and program capacity building. MCC covers all employer administrative aspects, including payroll and worker's comp. However, host sites make the final selection of which member(s) will serve with them unless requested otherwise by the host site.

Host site organizations host a member(s) for either 3 or 5 months, depending on the program type chosen, and are required to provide adequate supervision to the member. Host site projects must help to carry out the mission of MCC to inspire young people through hands-on conservation service to be leaders, stewards of the land, and engaged citizens who improve their communities. 

Qualified host site organizations in Montana are invited to submit a competitive application to host an MCC Conservation Intern AmeriCorps member to ipprograms@mtcorps.org. For questions regarding the program or the application, please contact Mandy Hedstrom at mandy@mtcorps.org or 406-587-4475 x102

Conservation Intern Host Site Application
Conservation Intern FAQs

Big Sky Watershed Corps Host Sites
 

Interested in hosting a BSWC member? BSWC host sites include watershed groups, conservation districts, tribal offices, Federal/State agencies and other community-based conservation organizations across Montana. Host sites gain the assistance of a highly motivated college graduate to assist with project implementation and program capacity building. The BSWC program covers all employer admin aspects including payroll and worker's comp but host sites make the final selection of which member(s) will serve with them.  

Host Site organizations host a member(s) for 10.5 months and are required to provide a minimum of 10 hours a week of supervision to the member. Host site projects must help to meet core programmatic goals of watershed health and protection, education and outreach, member development and volunteer generation. Host sites that can offer projects that meet all 4 goals will be more competitive in the selection process for limited slots.

Qualified host site organizations in Montana are invited to submit a competitive application to host a Big Sky Watershed Corps AmeriCorps member to BSWC@macdnet.org or bryan@mtcorps.org. For questions regarding the program or the application contact Bryan Wilson at bryan@mtcorps.org or 406-587-4475.

BSWC Host Site Application (Closing date is August 17th for 2019 Host Sites)
BSWC FAQs

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