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2016-17 AmeriCorps Environmental Education & Outdoor Recreation Instructor

We’re hiring! Do you know someone who is passionate about the outdoors, dynamic in their approach to connecting others with this world, and a flexible team player – ready for adventure and challenge in our little corner of the great north woods? We are currently looking for just this team member to join us as Environmental Education and Outdoor Recreation Instructor – a year-long position, funded in part by AmeriCorps.

2016-17 AmeriCorps Conservation Assistant

NorthWoods Stewardship Center’s full-time AmeriCorps members participate in professional and hands-on service involving environmental education, public outreach, conservation service, and outdoor recreation in northern Vermont. Located in East Charleston, NorthWoods Stewardship Center is one of several sites in the AmeriCorps: Lyndon Economic Opportunity AmeriCorps Program (LEAP). AmeriCorps staff will be directly involved in furthering NorthWoods’ mission of stewarding human and natural communities.

Conservation Corps Crew Members (YCC & Kingdom Corps)

The NorthWoods Conservation Corps hires Crew Members every season. Crew members are selected through a competitive application process, hired to work at the crew location closest to them, and supervised by a trained leadership team. Successful candidates receive a weekly wage plus hands-on education and employment experience. Members must be willing to meet the meet the mental and physical challenges of working in the outdoors by demonstrating maturity, enthusiasm, and a strong work ethic. A commitment to the environment and to their local communities is essential.

For more information about positions with the Corps, click here.



NorthWoods is a proud partner of the Lyndon Economic Opportunity AmeriCorps Program (LEAP). AmeriCorps is a federally-run program administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service, and has directed more than 400,000 individuals in volunteer service throughout the nation since its inception. LEAP is operated through the Patrick and Marcelle Leahy Center for Rural Students at Lyndon State College.

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