AmeriCorps positions (18-25)  Field Crew Leaders/Members 154 positions based in Minnesota and Iowa Youth Outdoors Crew Leaders/Members 20 positions in Twin Cities Metro area   Summer 2015 Positions Summer Youth Corps Head Staff Logistics Coordinator Education & Activities Coordinator Operations Coordinator ASL Community Coordinator Kitchen Coordinator/Cook    

 

AmeriCorps positions (18-25) 

Field Crew Leaders/Members
154 positions based in Minnesota and Iowa

Youth Outdoors Crew Leaders/Members
20 positions in Twin Cities Metro area

 

Summer 2015 Positions

Summer Youth Corps
Head Staff
Logistics Coordinator
Education & Activities Coordinator
Operations Coordinator
ASL Community Coordinator
Kitchen Coordinator/Cook

 

 

Watch for details about our Volunteer and Donor Thank You Party in January at Summit Brewing Co.

Watch for details about our Volunteer and Donor Thank You Party in January at Summit Brewing Co.

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Proud to be a #ServiceEmployer

Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa is known for providing more than 318 AmeriCorps service positions for young adults each year. Most people may not know that 78 percent of Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa's full-time staff served at least one term as an AmeriCorps member or Peace Corps volunteer before being hired on. Staff members served in various programs including: AmeriCorps NCCC, AmeriCorps VISTA, Peace Corps Malawi, Peace Corps BeninEarthCorps, Southeast Alaska Guidance Association, Student Conservation Association, Montana Conservation Corps, Vermont Youth Conservation Corps, American Youthworks, and Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa. The Corps is proud employ staff with vast service experiences and to be part of President Obama's Employers of National Service.

Corps News
Corps launches initiative to increase diversity in natural resource professions

Conservation Corps Minnesota is teaming up with the Department of Natural Resources and University of Minnesota to support a diverse pool of young people as they pursue a college and career pathway in natural resources. 

Wasps that attack the emerald ash borer are establishing in Minnesota

One year after the release of wasps that attack emerald ash borer (EAB), crew member Jered Bourquin recently found the wasps’ larvae at Great River Bluffs State Park on the Mississippi River southeast of Winona.