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Individual Placement Positions

Indigenous Internships

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!

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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!

See all Conservation Legacy program position openings here.

Position TitleDescriptionLocationDatesApplication
Recreation Technician Crewmember (2 openings)Tonto National Forest is seeking two temporary, full-time Recreation Technician Crewmembers. The primary focus of 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. 26 week or 50 week term lengths are available.Globe, AZ2 term lengths available: June 20, 2022- December 16, 2022 (26 week term); OR June 20, 2022- June 2, 2023 (50 week term) Apply Here
USFS Trail Management Technician (1 opening)The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest is providing an opportunity for one qualified individual to serve as a Trail Management Technician, where they will support the Recreation and Lands department. The intern will directly support non-motorized trail systems on the Sitgreaves Zone, acting as a trails management specialist, surveying trails, identifying maintenance and signage needs, planning work to be performed, directing and overseeing conservation corps trail crews, and developing a plan for future cyclical maintenance of trails within the zone. The intern will work closely with both the Black Mesa and Lakeside Ranger Districts’ Recreation Staff as well as community members, visitors, and volunteer trail groups to identify trail maintenance priorities and needs. Overgaard, AZJuly 5, 2022- December 30, 2022 (anticipated)Apply Here
Recreation & National Conservation Lands Intern (2 openings)The Recreation & National Conservation Lands Internship is designed for recent college graduates with prior recreation or natural resource work experience to have an opportunity to transition from an academic to a professional work environment by assisting with a wide variety of interesting projects related to conservation of resources on public lands. These projects may include resource management issues associated with trail construction or maintenance, recreation, restoration, resource protection projects, site monitoring, public outreach, site maintenance, design, installation, and maintenance of signs, kiosks, and interpretive modules, providing on-site information about land use regulations, and assisting with environmental education. Two term lengths are available: 24 weeks and 46 weeks.Yuma, AZ2 term lengths available: July 11 – Dec. 23, 2022 (24 weeks); OR July 11, 2022 – May 26, 2023 (46 weeks) (anticipated dates)Apply Here
Biological Technician Intern – Bureau of Reclamation (2 openings) The Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) Phoenix Area Office is providing an opportunity for two qualified individuals to be brought on for 19 weeks to work closely with the BOR on its Green-Up Area project. The purpose of this proposed project is the survey and assessment of the Green-Up Area, which will involve a number of duties such as data gathering, documentation of conditions and features, mapping, and other assignments to aid in the creation of a final report at the end of the internship, which will then be used to create a better understanding of natural resource conditions along the canal and what changes can be made to improve their management. The selected interns will be trained, shadowed, and mentored by a BOR wildlife biologist. Glendale, AZAugust 1, 2022- December 9, 2022 (anticipated)Apply Here
Interpretation Education & Outreach Intern (1 opening)Under the mentorship of a National Park Service (NPS) supervisor, this intern will create original interpretive programing focused on public education and natural and cultural resources, such as public talks and tours, table demonstrations, special events, and social media posts. The intern will support community outreach events and assist NPS staff with classroom visits, field trips and in creating a Junior Ranger program. The intern will help mitigate invasive species during field trips with partner schools that focus on ecology and restoration of riparian habitats. The intern will serve as needed at Montezuma Well, Montezuma Castle, and Tuzigoot National Monuments. Park Service housing available beginning in late August 2022.Camp Verde, AZAugust 7, 2022- January 20, 2023 (anticipated)Apply Here

Individual Placements Recruiter Contacts

Hayden Prouty, Individual Placements Program Director

Email: hprouty@conservationlegacy.org

Phone: 480.431.6324

Preston Sands, Individual Placements Program Support Coordinator

Email: psands@conservationlegacy.org

Phone: 520.235.6395

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