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!
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 & 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, AZ||2 term lengths available: Oct. 24 – April 7, 2023 (24 weeks); OR Oct. 24, 2022 – Sept. 8, 2023 (46 weeks) (anticipated dates)||Apply Here|
|Interpretation Education & Outreach Internship (1 opening)||Under the mentorship of a NPS supervisor, the selected intern will be involved in a variety of tasks and projects in this position, such as creation of original interpretive programing focused on public education and natural and cultural resources, 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 have opportunities to network, learn how to create a federal resume, engage in training opportunities, and shadow other NPS divisions. Park Service housing is available for this position.||Camp Verde, AZ||January 9, 2023 - June 23, 2023 (anticipated dates)||Apply Here|