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AgencyJob TypeDatesPaid?Apply ByLength of EmploymentHow to applyWebsiteContact PersonDescriptionNotes
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Bureau of Land Management (BLM)Internships/job shadowing/volunteeringvariesnoany timevariesCall 970-240-5300 and ask to speak to the education coordinator or volunteer coordinatorhttp://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en.htmlCall 970-240-5300 and ask to speak to the education coordinator or volunteer coordinatorThe BLM is a public lands agency and they are willing to work with you based around your interests- give them a call to discuss opportunitiescase by case basis ***takes a long time to get going so call ASAP if you are really interested
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Student Conservation Association (SCA)SCAvariesliving allowance variesvarieshttp://thesca.force.com/members/NewRegistrationhttp://www.thesca.org/serve/youth-programsNASCA’s mission is to build the next generation of conservation leaders and inspire lifelong stewardship of the environment and communities by engaging young people in hands-on service to the land.general website about all types of service: http://www.thesca.org/serve
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Trout Unlimited ColoradoInternships- varies by interest-- can be external (so you can do this from Delta County!)variesnoany timevariesEmail interest to Jeff Florence: jflorence@tu.org http://coloradotu.org/Email interest to Jeff Florence: jflorence@tu.orgTU has communications, policy, and development internships for HS students but they are also willing to accomodate based on interest. They will work with you to get an internship with something you're interested incase by case basis
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US Forest ServiceSeasonal jobsvariesyesvariesvariesusajobs.govhttp://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/gmug/about-forest/jobs/?cid=stelprdb5275092NA
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US Forest ServiceYouth Conservation Core (YCC)summer typicallyyes- $10/hrOpens mid January and ends early April10 weeks starting in June sometimeOnline application: http://www.fs.fed.us/sites/default/files/media/2015/14/fillable-ycc-application.pdf ; (and contact information) is on the Grand Mesa Uncompahgre and Gunnison national forest websitehttp://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/gmug/about-forest/jobs/?cid=stelprdb5275092check website, varies by districtYCC employees are utilized as trail crew: clearing trails, constructing drainage structures, installing signs, and basically “digging in the dirt”. The crew will routinely stay out for the work week (Mon-Thurs) and camp (10 hour days).Grand Valley Ranger District usually hires 3-5 youth, 1 youth may work at the Grand Mesa Visitor Center, Ouray Ranger District (Montrose) usually hires between 8-10 youth, Paonia Ranger District – will hire 4 youth**If they are interested in the Paonia Ranger District, they should mark that in the “location” box. Either they can email Paul, drop it off at our office, mail it, or even send at via fax.
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US Forest Service/ US Dept of LaborContinuing education- technical trainingvariesBasic living allowance that increases over timeYou learn at your own pace. Depending on the career area you choose and the learning pace you set for yourself, training can take from eight months to two years to complete.Job Corps offers hands-on training in more than 100 career technical areas, including: automotive and machine repair, construction, finance and business services, health care, hospitality, information technology, manufacturing, renewable resources, and many more.Contact local admissions counselor. For Delta County, the closest counselor is in Grand Junction (see contacts).For General Jobcore Info: https://recruiting.jobcorps.gov/SiteInfo/About For US Jobcore General Info:http://collbran.jobcorps.gov/Home.aspxGrand Junction:
Chris Conner-Wiltse
(970) 245-0197
2897 North Avenue #2
Grand Junction, CO 81501
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Western Colorado Conservation CorpWestern Colorado Conservation Core- ages 16-25variesyes- generally at least with a living stipendvariesvariesGo to www.wcccpartners.org, email HR Manager Gail Bower at gbower@mesapartners.org, or call 970.241.1027 for more information. http://www.wcccpartners.org/Can call Grand Junction for more info on local opportunities- (970) 241-1027
Interested in conservation projects? Want help paying for school and have some living money, too? How about beginning a career in the government or private sector through trainings, certifications, experience and internships?get experience with Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service or National Parks Service
We will accept them many different ways. Either they can email me, them drop it off at our office, mail it, or even send at via fax.
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Colorado Youth Corps Assocationtrailwork, land/water/energy/disaster relief projectsvariesyes- living stipendvariesvarieshttp://www.sccorps.org/join/high-school-crews/http://www.sccorps.org/join/high-school-crews/NA- varies by location of crew interested inSCC youth programs provide members with conservation and job skills, leadership opportunities, challenging project work, and personal and professional development—paid summer jobs that make a differenceSouthwest conservation corps is the closest to us- based in Durango. Check out the rest though, maybe you'd like to try somewhere new!
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USFS- Delta HS students only
Apprenticeship in Engineering and Science Program (AES)
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