Alumni Resources - Southwest Conservation Corps. Education Award Info: How To Use Your Education Award- Some advice from AmeriCorps Alumns on how to get the most out of your award.
My AmeriCorps Portal- This is the website you will need to use to access your award. You will need to make an account. If you have any trouble creating your account, call the AmeriCorps hotline at 1-800-942-2677. SCC does not play any role in setting up or processing your award. Schools that match AmeriCorps Education Awards. Tips on Using Your Award- from AmeriCorps. Title IV School List- In most cases, your education award will only be accepted by Title IV institutions, which means that the school accepts federal financial aid. PermaScapes Unlimited Inc. Restoration/Forestry/Land Management Crew Members in South-Lake-Tahoe, California. We are currently recruiting for mulitple summer seasonal positions on our Restoration, Forestry, and Land Management crews to perform resource conservation work in the Tahoe Basin.
For complete job descriptions and application instructions please visit: Primary Duties: This is a labor-intensive and physically demanding position, working as an integral member of a crew implementing restoration, forestry, and maintenance projects on California Tahoe Conservancy ( lands, as well as performing other associated tasks. This position may require flexible work hours when needed including on holidays, evenings and weekends. Daily job duties may include, but are not limited to: ADP Workforce Now. Yestermorrow Design Build School offers a variety of courses in sustainable design : Think with your hands. Cob Cottage Company. The Home Ranch. The Home Ranch The Home Ranch is a rustic guest ranch where we showcase exceptional guest experiences and fine cuisine all amidst a spectacular setting in the Elk River Valley.
Twenty miles north of the Steamboat Springs Ski Area, off and on-ranch activities are many and we welcome those that wish to make the most of their time in the area. The Home Ranch is always looking for enthusiastic individuals to fill its staff ranks. If you love working with people and appreciate the beauty of the Colorado Rockies, perhaps you would be interested in a job at our guest ranch. Our Jobs Our Summer is from June through October while our Winter season lasts mid-December to late-March. Currently Hiring Children's Counselor - Summer Team player that works with other counselors to ensure that all the children visiting the ranch have a wonderful time. Soaring Treetop Adventures. Soaring Treetop Adventures Soaring Treetop Adventures is the world’s largest zipline adventure of its kind, and has been rated the #1 Tour in the U.S. on TripAdvisor for multiple years!
Providing a full-day zip line adventure in the pristine San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado. The course is remotely located on 180 private acres of the former five-star Tall Timber Resort, in the heart of the San Juan National Forest. Accessible only via the historic Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Soaring is a zipline experience delivered with five star service. Our Jobs Positions are available for both short and full season lengths. Currently Hiring Ecology Interpretive Guides. Colorado Mountain Ranch Summer Camp. Colorado Mountain Ranch Summer Camp Colorado Mountain Ranch is a special place where people connect for outdoor active fun.
Our staff develops into a close-knit residential community of people who enjoy staying active outdoors in the mountains and working with children. American Conservation Experience - AmeriCorps service with ACE California. Live/Work in the wild of California. American Conservation Experience, a Non-Profit Conservation Corps based in Santa Cruz, CA, is currently hiring energetic, ambitious young adults to participate as AmeriCorps members in a three-month outdoor skills training program preparing them for careers in resource management with ACE, with other conservation corps, or with public agencies such as the National Park Service, US Forest Service, US Fish and Wildlife, or the Bureau of Land Management.
ACE is currently hiring corps members for an AmeriCorps summer term in 2015: Start Date: May 24, 2015 End Date: August 29, 2015 A 450-hour, 14-week commitment is required. *There may be opportunities available to continue with ACE after the 14-week period for the best performing crew members. Position Description: AmeriCorps Professional Development Members will spend just over 3 months training on complex trail construction, forestry, and environmental restoration projects under the guidance of ACE’s most highly skilled staff members. Aspen Center for Environmental Studies. Job Overview Every year, ACES conducts an intensive Summer Naturalist Internship program that trains and employs 12 naturalists at our main Hallam Lake visitor center in Aspen.
Summer Naturalists receive valuable training and experience while they conduct naturalist-guided hikes and environmental education programs. These programs take place at Hallam Lake Nature Preserve, Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, and at the Maroon Bells. The Summer Naturalist program has dual purpose. First, ACES aims to provide the best possible learning and working experience to naturalists. View Summer Naturalist slideshow and get to know the 'Natty' crew from 2013. Responsibilities QualificationsEducational background in the natural sciences, environmental education, or related field; interested and enthusiastic about environmental education; self-motivated with a sincere interest in the environment; experience working with the public. Aspen Luxury Hotels - Aspen Meadows Ski Resort - Colorado Mountain Vacations. Property/Ecological Management Volunteers. ELA Events « Ecological Landscaping Association. Have an idea for an educational event?
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We are an established ecovillage, modeling permaculture principles in our design of gardens, homes, guest facilities, and outbuildings. Living in harmony with Nature is pointedly emphasized, as our physical lives are seen as direct reflections of our relationship with spirituality, which is our primary concern. We thus use non-toxic building materials, organic gardening methods, composting toilet facilities, and vegetable oil for fuel, along with solar and wind generated power. In order to reduce harmful vehicle emissions, a number of members and other villagers have formed a co-op to buy bui-diesel gel for their diesel powered cars and trucks. Bio-diesel fuel is made from renewable plant sources instead of petroleum, and its use as an alternative significantly reduces the production of gases causing acid rain.