Empowering the next generation

Idaho Conservation Corps offers a challenging education and job-training experience that helps youth and young adults from diverse backgrounds develop the skills they need to lead full and productive lives. Our programs include residential conservation crews for both youth and young adults and an internship program for college aged participants.

Join our Young Adult Fall Conservation Crew!

RECRUITING  YOUNG ADULT MEMBERS AND LEADERS

Starting Location: Boise, ID  

The eight-week Fall Young Adult Crew (ages 19+) will run from 8/18-10/15.  Scheduled projects include Campground Maintenance/ Construction in the Idaho Panhandle, Trail work and logout in the Payette National Forest, Planting/ Restoration work in the Panhandle with Army Corps of Engineers,  Timber marking with the Boise National Forest, and more TBD.

Young Adult Members (ages 19+) receive a living allowance of $2,600 prorated through their term of service, along with earning a $1,638 AmeriCorps Education Award upon the successful completion of the program.

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Crew Leaders for fall are also needed, click here for more leader info.