Overview

Join our team: June 9 – August 28, 2022

Compensation/Benefits:
• $375 – $600/week
• Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $1678.57 upon successful completion of term of service
• Housing and meals while at MEC and on service projects away from MEC
• Weekly living allowance, paid bi-weekly
• Student loan forbearance, if qualified

See full job posting with covid19 update on company website.

Tagged as: Backcountry Skills, Camp Counselors, Camp Staff, Conservation, Full Time, Teaching/Education

Qualifications:

• Energetic, friendly, patient, flexible, outgoing, and motivated candidates who are passionate about serving urban youth in residential environmental stewardship programming
• 17yo or older; minimum HS diploma/GED or working to obtain such
• Pass a National Service Criminal History Check
• Be a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States

Preferred Skills:

• Demonstrated teaching, service, or stewardship experience
• Certifications in any/all of the following: Wilderness First Aid (WFA); CPR/AED; and/or waterfront lifeguarding
• Proficiency in second language; Spanish preferred
• Driver’s license

About Manice Education Center

Christodora, a 124-year-old nonprofit, nonsectarian organization, based in NYC, seeks AmeriCorps Outdoor Educators (OEs) to work at its Manice Education Center (MEC) located in the heart of the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts on a 200-acre wooded campus. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to an environmental and expedition (backpacking and canoeing) education program for up to 1,200 youth from New York City.

See full job posting with covid19 update on company website.

Application Instructions

Please send a resume and detailed cover letter to [email protected] with only “MEC AmeriCorps OE” as the subject of the email. Three professional references may be requested following an initial interview.