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Makoshika State Park AmeriCorps Specialists
 
 
 
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks AmeriCorps Recreational and Natural Park Stewards love the outdoors and are passionate about improving natural ecosystems, promoting recreational opportunities, outdoor education and experiencing Big Sky country’s exceptional scenic beauty, and natural history. Our members ensure that Montana’s natural places and outdoor recreation sites remain significant, accessible, and relevant to all. Members receive training and experiences in outdoor recreation in our four main program goals: enhancing state land, enriching educational opportunities, building volunteer capacity, and strengthening community outreach while accomplishing tasks that go far beyond any entry level positions. They will create educational programs that connect visitors with nature in ways that cause them to learn, reflect, and appreciate; develop nature trails; host skills clinics; manage invasive species; and restore native ecosystems. Finally, members will organize events both within and outside develop volunteer opportunities that encourage people to participate in outdoor recreation. Our service terms take place amid the stunning scenery, dazzling waters, geologic wonders, and cultural history of Montana FWP sites. Positions are are located across the state, and members will serve at locations according to their preference and skills. You can learn more about our program and find our specific position descriptions at: https://fwp.mt.gov/aboutfwp/employment/americorps#:~:text=Montana%20State%20Parks%20AmeriCorps%20promotes,community%20outreach%20in%20state%20parks.
 
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Member Duties : At Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, we believe The Outside is in Us All. Our positions are FULL TIME, 1715-hour, 41 hour / week opportunities that give members the chance to serve and grow in a supportive environment. Your service has a lasting impact on the stewardship of Montana’s outdoor heritage. Duties will vary by service location, but may include: restoring natural ecosystems through transplanting native plants; managing noxious invasive weeds; developing or improving trails systems; leading interpretive tours, nature walks, and hikes; leading communication campaigns, improving and creating educational displays at visitor centers interpretive trails and regional offices; expanding service-learning opportunities for local students; recruiting and managing volunteers; representing Montana FWP at community events; hosting community events at our state parks; completing other projects that align with your specific skills, interests, and state park or regional office needs.
 
Program Benefits : Housing Stipend ,  Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Training ,  Health Coverage ,  Education award upon successful completion of service ,  Living Allowance . 
 
Terms :
Permits working at another job during off hours ,  Car recommended ,  Uniforms provided and required ,  Permits attendance at school during off hours . 
 
Service Areas :
Environment . 
 
Skills :
Environment . 
 
 
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SUMMARY
Program Type:
AmeriCorps State / National

Program
Makoshika State Park AmeriCorps Specialists

Program Start/End Date
02/26/2024  -   11/15/2024

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
High school diploma/GED

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  85

Program Locations MONTANA  

Languages
English

Accepting Applications
From  08/21/2023  To  02/21/2024 

Contact Darby Bramble
1420 E 6th Ave
Helena   MT   59601
4064447317
Darby.Bramble@mt.gov
https://fwp.mt.gov/stateparks/

Listing ID 114412


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