Spring Orientation: March 7th
450 hr(roughly 4 months) crew: Start Date: March 7th 2022 End Date: July 8th 2022
450 hr(roughly 4 months) Veteran Fire Corps Crew–Start Date: March 7th 2022 End Date: July 15th 2022
675 hour(roughly 5 months) crew: Start Date: March 7th 2022 End date: August 5th 2022
900 hour(roughly 6 months) crew: Start Date: March 7th 2022 End date: September 16th 2022
Stipend: $475 per week
Location: Tucson, AZ
Benefits: AmeriCorps Education Award; Paid training; Food budget while on hitch; Employee Assistance Program
General Field Crews:
AZCC’s Field Crew program engages motivated young adults, ages 18-25, to complete challenging and impactful conservation service projects throughout Arizona and southern New Mexico. With both camping crews and local day work crews, there are a variety of crews to choose from!
Arizona Conservation Corps (AZCC):
Arizona Conservation Corps, a program of Conservation Legacy, aims to continue the legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930’s. AZCC is focused on connecting youth, young adults, and recent era military veterans with conservation service work projects on public lands. AZCC operates programs across Arizona that engage individuals and strengthen communities through service and conservation. AZCC has program offices in Flagstaff, Pinetop, and Tucson.
Field Crew Project Work:
AZCC AmeriCorps members serve a term of National Service in the State of Arizona and parts of the Southwest on professionally supervised crews as they explore a variety of opportunities for careers in the outdoors, learn practical field skills, and develop confidence as emerging leaders in the field of conservation. Members are provided opportunities to learn and train under the guidance of professional staff within Conservation Legacy, while gaining career perspectives working alongside agency staff from the US Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, or Municipal, State and Non-profit organizations that work on our nation’s public and tribal lands. AZCC Crews will become proficient in environmental stewardship practices, general worksite safety, Leave No Trace principles and outdoor living skills. Most crews receive First Aid trainings.
Assistant Crew Leader Responsibilities:
Assistant Crew Leaders (ACL) are responsible for facilitating a positive crew member experience by setting an example of enthusiasm throughout work and camp life. The ACL works in tandem with the Crew Leader to communicate directions, project specifications, and constructive criticism throughout the term of service. The ACL will expand their role, learn leadership strategies, assume management duties including filling-in for the Crew Leader in project relations or completing paperwork when needed.
Be between the ages of 18 and 25
Prior AmeriCorps service and experience with backpacking, wilderness travel, camp management and outdoor leadership preferred.
Have US Citizenship or Legal Permanent Residency status.
Have a high school diploma or GED
Pass background checks: all offers of positions are conditional upon completion of an acceptable check of the National Sex Offender Public Registry and Federal criminal background check
Must be eligible to receive an AmeriCorps Education Award
Full vaccination against COVID-19 by the first day of employment and ability to provide proof of vaccination before starting
About Arizona Conservation Corps
Arizona Conservation Corps operates conservation service programs across Arizona that engage individuals and strengthen communities through service and conservation.