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adrienne.amell
Nov 29, 2021
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AmeriCorps Youth Outdoors Members (ages 18-25) perform natural resource restoration projects with a crew of Twin Cities youth in after-school service projects and environmental education. Corpsmembers lead crews of Twin Cities’ youth participants in innovative environmental education and mentor them through multiple community service projects. Corpsmembers will be responsible for the overall coordination of the young adult programs across Saint Paul. In the summer, Corpsmembers will complete natural resource restoration projects in partnership with public land management agencies such as the State Department of Natural Resources, US Fish & Wildlife Service, National Park Service, cities, counties, and trail associations. Members develop technical skills throughout their term while completing challenging and impactful conservation projects. Natural resources projects may include: Invasive species management Tree planting. Basic carpentry. Emergency response work. Corporate and community outreach and education. This is a full-time commitment for a year-long AmeriCorps service term. The Crew Member or Leader will receive a monthly stipend and an education award upon successful completion of the term that may be used for education expenses or to repay qualified student loans. About Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa: Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa, a nonprofit organization and AmeriCorps grantee, engages hundreds of youth and young adults each year in in meaningful service, leadership development, and environmental stewardship. Our vision is a world in which everyone has equitable access to nature, is equipped to succeed in career and life, and is empowered to make a difference in conserving natural resources.
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adrienne.amell
Nov 29, 2021
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AmeriCorps Field Crews serve outdoors restoring habitat, managing natural resources, and occasionally responding to natural disasters or community needs. The Field Crew program prioritizes personal and professional growth while teaching hands-on conservation skills in the field. Members develop technical skills throughout their term while completing challenging and impactful conservation projects. Natural resources projects vary by region and crew location, but may include: Invasive species management Stream bank stabilization, erosion control Prescribed burning Trail construction & maintenance Tree planting Basic carpentry Wild land fire suppression Emergency response Projects are in partnership with public land management agencies such as the State Department of Natural Resources, US Fish & Wildlife Service, National Park Service, cities, counties, and trail associations. Projects are physically challenging and team-oriented and occur throughout the Midwest, including urban and wilderness settings. Members receive a monthly living stipend, and an education award at the end of their service. Locations: Northwest Minnesota: Brainerd, Bemidji, Fergus Falls Northeast Minnesota: Grand Rapids, Gooseberry Falls State Park, Duluth Central Minnesota: St. Paul, Hanover, Plymouth, Shakopee, Andover, Chaska Southern Minnesota: Rochester, Mankato Iowa: Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Cedar Falls About Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa: Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa, a nonprofit organization and AmeriCorps grantee, engages hundreds of youth and young adults each year in in meaningful service, leadership development, and environmental stewardship. Our vision is a world in which everyone has equitable access to nature, is equipped to succeed in career and life, and is empowered to make a difference in conserving natural resources. To learn more and apply, visit us online at www.conservationcorps.org
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