Location: Bozeman, Helena, Kalispell, and Missoula
Program Dates: May 13th through August 16, 2019
Living Allowance: $686.60 biweekly
AmeriCorps Education Award: $1,538.36 upon completion of the program
Preference will be given to applicants with previous youth experience.
Here are the different programs that we are seeking leaders for:
All Nations Leader (Leads ages 14-18): Lead American Indian middle school and high school aged teens from the greater Great Falls and Billings areas in daily outdoor service projects in multiple locations near the population center which they serve. Leaders will work side-by-side with teachers and public land representatives. Leaders will be based in the Central Divide region.
Middle School Expedition Leader (Leads ages 12-14): Lead middle school aged crews on week-long outdoor expedition service projects, camping each night and using conservation-based projects to facilitate experiential education opportunities.
High School Expedition Leader (Leads ages 14-17): Lead high school aged crews on month-long expeditions, camping each night and providing each crew with successive one- to two-week projects managing natural resources for the duration of each month. These leaders will have opportunity to creatively engage and mentor youth in an immersive setting which may see projects ranging all over Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, or the Dakotas.
Youth Conservation Corps Leader (Leads ages 15-18): Lead high school aged crews for 8-10 weeks, working intensively in one community to fully explore a variety of hands-on natural resource projects. YCC crews are based in remote, rural communities around Montana.