Short-Term Job Adventures Arizona
Local Urban Crews, Summer Youth Crews, AmeriCorps Conservation Camping Crews (Members, Assistants 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, Assistants & Corpsmembers for field crews based out of Tucson, Flagstaff, the White Mountains (and more!), with work terms beginning in April, May and June.
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 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.
American Conservation Experience
• Flagstaff, Arizona National Headquarters
Arizona, Utah & North Carolina applicants
• Santa Cruz, California Regional Office
California & International applicants
Staff training is conducted at the home-base in Prescott, where you’ll be surrounded by breathtaking landscapes with granite mountains, lakes, streams, and rolling meadows filled with wildlife. Adventure Trips take place in the American West, where groups might find themselves touring San Francisco, walking amongst the giants of Muir Woods, paddling the rapids of the American River, basking in the shadows of Yosemite, climbing the majestic cliffs of Zion, riding horses through coral-hued rock hoodoos in Bryce Canyon, or taking in a Vegas show.
Backcountry Unlimited offers 16-25 day adventure travel experiences to awe-inspiring places in the American West for teens ages 14-17. Now seeking Trip Leaders who have the desire to create a safe, fun, educational, and non-competitive environment for their group, while supporting growth and enrichment for each participant throughout the trip. Leaders (one male and female for each trip) will facilitate and participate in a wide variety of activities, including mountaineering, backpacking in remote areas, rock climbing, sea kayaking, surfing, horseback touring, whitewater rafting, canyoneering, and cultural exchange, and are also responsible for supervision of meal planning, travel logistics and management of trip funds. The season begins in Prescott, Arizona with staff training on June 20th and employment through mid-August. To apply, email your resume, cover letter, and a list of three professional references to Adam Yarnes.
385 Chaparral Dr.
Prescott, AZ 86301