One Year Volunteer Ambassador Internship Opportunity at Fire Island National Seashore

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One Year Internships beginning May 2015

The Centennial Volunteer Ambassador is a year-long position designed to support parks around the country in expanding service and community engagement programs. This work will include:

· Coordinating and hosting hands-on service project associated with national stewardship events (i.e. Earth Day, National Trails Day, National Public Lands Day, Martin L. King Day of Service)

· Developing local events and supporting recurring group service opportunities

· Utilizing traditional and social media to build connections in the communities

How to Apply:

1. Complete an Internship/Corps Application online at thesca.org

2. Add the promo code PO-00643108 to your application.

3. Contact us at recruiting@thesca.org or 603.543.1700 x1499 with any questions; please reference “Centennial Volunteer Ambassadors”

Benefits

• Weekly Living Allowance

• Travel Allowance

• Housing or Housing Allowance

• AmeriCorps Education Award, if eligible

• Expense paid orientation week

• Hands-On Experience

• Networking Opportunities with

Conservation Professionals

Eligibility

• US Citizens

• Young people ages 21-35

• Available for 1 year beginning late May 2015

• Open-minded and has an adventurous spirit

• Work independently and as part of a team

• Eager to act as an ambassador for SCA/NPS

• A college graduate or has equivalent work experience

• A licensed driver

• Able to provide references and resume with their SCA application

• Encouraged to apply by 2/27/15 (applications will be accepted until positions have been filled)

Centennial_Volunteer_Ambassadors_2015_Recruiting Flyer.pdf

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