Please see the table below for open positions for Native American individuals with Arizona Conservation Corps. Click the 'Apply Here' link for more information and instructions to apply. If there are no open positions for a particular program or position, please check back soon!
|Cultural Education Internship (1 opening)||Casa Grande Ruins National Monument is seeking one individual to assist with the development of in-person and virtual field trip programs for school groups, interpretive programming for the general public, activities, and self-guided materials. These will provide students, visitors and nearby communities with relevant, lived cultural perspectives both now and in the future through education programs, interpretive programs, and activities that will serve future generations of park visitors. The intern will gain hands-on experience supporting education and interpretive programs at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument in order to prepare for future opportunities with the NPS or other public lands agencies. Some training in formal and informal interpretation, curriculum-based education, and interpretive writing will be provided. There will also be opportunities to shadow cultural resources staff conducting preservation work.||Coolidge, AZ||February 20, 2023 to July 7, 2023 (anticipated dates)||Apply Here|
Current Individual Placement Openings
Please see the table below for open positions with Arizona Conservation Corps. Click the 'Apply Here' link for more information and instructions to apply. If there are no open positions for a particular program or position, please check back soon!
|Recreation Technician Crewmember (3 openings)||Tonto National Forest is seeking 3 temporary, full-time Recreation Technician Crewmembers. These positions will be assisting in maintaining developed and dispersed recreation sites, assisting in traffic control, and permit compliance throughout the year. Crewmembers will be given opportunities to patrol OHV areas and backcountry wilderness, as well as assist the prevention team in the fall. In addition to helping maintain current program operations, Crewmembers will help in the development of further OHV patrols on one of our other districts and expand an existing program on the various Ranger Districts.||CHOICE OF Mesa, Cave Creek, or Globe, AZ||March 6-Sept. 1, 2023|
March 6-Feb. 9, 2024 (anticipated dates)
|Payson Campground Recreation Technician - Tonto National Forest (2 openings)||Tonto National Forest is seeking to mentor 2 temporary, full-time Campground Recreation Technicians in what it takes to oversee and manage the daily operations of 5 developed campgrounds and day use areas under the fee program. The selected interns will work with U.S. Forest Service staff, Recreation Technicians, and campground hosts, with the primary focus of managing the daily operations of developed campgrounds and day use fee sites. The interns will learn the processes of making public contacts in Developed Recreation sites, making seasonal inspections of developed recreation sites, fee compliance, educating the public about Forest Service rules and regulations, and general upkeep of Developed Recreation sites. Interns are able to camp at designated campgrounds during their work week.||Payson, AZ||April 1, 2023 – Dec. 4, 2023 (anticipated dates)||Apply Here|
|Coconino Trails Strike Team (2 openings)||Coconino National Forest is seeking 2 individuals for a paid professional opportunity that will focus on trail maintenance and construction activities on the Flagstaff Ranger District. Those activities will include the construction and maintenance of motorized, non-motorized, and wilderness trails around the Flagstaff Area. The interns will learn skills and techniques and will use a variety of tools to perform these activities. The interns will function in a crew setting with other team members and will also help lead volunteers projects.||Flagstaff, AZ||April 19, 2023 – October 14, 2023 (anticipated dates)||Apply Here|