Every day, our journalism dismantles barriers and shines a light on the critical overlooked and under-reported issues important to all North Carolinians.
Before you go …
If you like what you are reading and believe in independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan journalism like ours—journalism the way it should be—please contribute to keep us going. Reporting like this isn’t free to produce and we cannot do this alone. Thank you!
From the Web: Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy
Project Conserve seeks dedicated individuals to fill 32 full-time positions serving critical conservation needs of Western North Carolina. The program places members in service with one of 19 organizations working to protect the unique natural resources of the southern Blue Ridge Mountain region. Each member will serve 1,700 hours during an 11-month term, from September 2011 through July 2012. During their terms of service, members will promote conservation through education, volunteerism and direct service. In addition to serving on individual projects outlined by partnering sites, members participate in required trainings and service days up to twice a month with the full Project Conserve team. Trainings may cover a broad range of topics including conflict resolution, forest management, trail construction, invasive plant identification, and disaster preparedness.Project Conserve Recruitment Timeline:
- May 19, 2011: Application deadline.
- May 20, 2011-June 14, 2011: Interviews will be scheduled by host sites.
- June 15, 2o11-June 21, 2011: Position offers are made.
- Sept. 1, 2011: First day of service.
If you have any questions about the program or the application process, please contact Amy Stout, AmeriCorps Project Conserve Program Director via e-mail or phone at (828) 697-5777, Ext. 208.