Short-Term Job Adventures Arizona
Local Urban Crews, Summer Youth Crews, AmeriCorps Conservation Camping Crews (Members, Assistant Crew Leaders and Leaders), AmeriCorps Veterans Fire Corps, AmeriCorps Individual Placements
Throughout public lands in Arizona and the Southwest — there's an endless amount of adventuring and exploring to be done here!
With programs that are geared to build healthy and sustainable communities, a trained and experienced workforce and a nation of environmental leaders, Arizona Conservation Corps engages young adults and recent era military veterans with empowering conservation service work projects. You’ll learn, but it will take sweat. You’ll complete great service projects, but it won’t always be easy. You’ll meet some great people, but you won’t always see eye-to-eye. It’s about learning, working hard for the environment and communities, and giving something back. Positions range from 12 weeks to 6+ months, with job opportunities available throughout the year.
Hot AZCC Crew Jobs—Now Hiring!
• AZCC is currently accepting applications for Crew Leaders, Assistant Crew Leaders & Corpsmembers for field crews based out of Tucson, Flagstaff, the White Mountains (and more!), with work terms beginning in October.
Arizona Conservation Corps
Conservation Corps, Conservation Volunteers, Emerging Professional Internship Corps (EPIC)
The Flagstaff home base is nestled in the Coconino National Forest (known for the largest contiguous Ponderosa Pine Forest in the United States) with programs that span from Grand Canyon National Park to Arches, Bryce, Zion and beyond). Positions are also available in California, Utah, Texas and North Carolina.
Experience a different way of life. Meet people from around the world. Enjoy spectacular landscapes. Contribute your energy to meaningful and challenging outdoor projects. Take pride in your team's accomplishments. This is American Conservation Experience—providing a range of voluntary service programs for both American and international participants: Conservation Corps, Conservation Volunteer and EPIC Internships. Typical projects include trail construction and maintenance, native plant re-vegetation, non-native species removal, fence construction, erosion control, and wilderness restoration over a period of 8 days to 6 months throughout the year. View current job opportunities and apply online.
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American Conservation Experience
• Flagstaff, Arizona National Headquarters
Arizona, Utah, Texas & North Carolina applicants
• Santa Cruz, California Regional Office
California & International applicants
Off-Road Adventure Tour Guides
With access to hundreds of thousands of acres of Desert Wilderness just North of Phoenix full of Cowboy history and gorgeous vistas, Desert Wolf Tours guests will play in the most interesting terrain and leave tours with awesome memories that last a lifetime.
Are you entertaining? Are you passionate about the local history, flora and fauna of the awesome Sonoran Desert? Would you describe yourself as a MacGyver type? Desert Wolf Tours, Scottsdale's #1 ranked desert off-road adventure, is looking for that rare person who has the right mix of skill, personality, drive, ambition and work ethic to join their team. Adventure Tour Guides will lead groups into the Sonoran Desert in rugged, military-grade TomCar UTVs while showing guests the beauty of the ominous desert and sharing knowledge of the plant life, wildlife, and history of the area. The main season runs from mid-October to May, although there is an opportunity to stay on year-round for the right individual. If you are passionate about the outdoors, love off-roading, physically fit, AND can deliver guests a 5 Star PLUS experience each and every time, send your resume and cover letter to Careers@DesertWolfTours.com. You will also be required to fill out the online questionnaire, and if there’s a possible match, a video audition will be necessary.
Desert Wolf Tours
47801 N. Black Canyon Hwy.
New River, AZ 85087