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We're Hiring - Join the LCCC Team

  • Crew Leaders - Earn $18.00 hour, hired through Larimer County.  Apply using the links below.  Interested in more than one Crew Leader position?  In the Larimer County application, make sure you check all crews for which you would like to apply. 

  • Assistant Crew Leader - Hired through the LCCC.  Earn a stipend  and potential education credit.  Interested in more than one Assistant Crew Leader position? Complete a single application, linked below, and indicate all the crews for which you'd like to be considered. Stipend amount and potential education credit varies by crew.

  • Corpsmember - Hired through the LCCC.  Earn a stipend  and potential education credit.  Interested in more than one Corpsmember positions? Complete a single application, linked below, and indicate all the crews for which you'd like to be considered. Stipend amount and potential education credit varies by crew

The Forestry Crew is a full-time, temporary fall position for young adults, ages 18-25.

Throughout the season corpsmembers:

  • Become S-212 certified for safe and effective chainsaw use.
  • Complete fire mitigation, restoration, tree planting and trail maintenance projects on public lands throughout Larimer County.
  • Participate in activities promoting personal and professional development, environmental awareness and community engagement.

Upon successful completion of the program, corpsmembers may be eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award.

Crew Leader:

  • Term of Service: August 22 - November 4, 2022
  • Wage: $18/hr

Fall Forestry Crew Leader Job Duties      Apply for the Crew Leader Position 
 

Assistant Crew Leader

  • Term of Service: August 22 - November 4, 2022
  • Stipend: $6,730.24 total stipend (paid in bi weekly increments of $1,121.71)
  • AmeriCorps Benefits: $1,342.86 AmeriCorps Education Award upon completion for qualified individuals (this position may qualify for academic credit)

Fall Forestry Assistant Crew Leader Job Duties      Apply for the Assistant Crew Leader Position 
 

Corpsmember

  • Term of Service: August 29 - November 3, 2022
  • Stipend: $5,120.00 total stipend (paid in bi weekly increments of $1,024.00)
  • AmeriCorps Benefits: $1,342.86 AmeriCorps Education Award upon completion for qualified individuals (this position may qualify for academic credit)

Fall Forestry Corpsmember Job Duties      Apply for the Corpsmember Position

 

Positions available in Fall 2022

Water & Energy Crew

The Water & Energy Crew is a full-time, temporary position January through May 2022 for young adults, between the ages of 18-25.  

Throughout the season corpsmembers:

  • Receive the necessary training and education to perform home efficiency assessments. 
  • Install efficiency products and provide water and energy conservation education to residents.
  • Participate in activities promoting personal and professional development, environmental awareness and community engagement.

Upon successful completion of the program, corpsmembers may be eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award.  


Positions Coming in Spring 2023

Land Crew

The Land Crew is a full-time, temporary summer position for young adults, between the ages of 16-18.  

Throughout the season corpsmembers:

  • Serve on local, state and federal lands throughout Northern Colorado
  • Perform projects such as trail construction and maintenance, ecological restoration and invasive species management
  • Participate in activities promoting personal and professional development, environmental awareness and community engagement

Upon successful completion of the program, corpsmembers may be eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award.


Trail Crews 

The RMNP Trail Crew is a full-time, temporary summer position for young adults, between the ages of 18-25.  

Throughout the season corpsmembers:

  • Perform trail construction/repair and maintenance projects at Rocky Mountain National Park.
  • Camp for the duration of the summer, including backcountry (crews are expected to camp Monday – Thursday).
  • Participate in activities promoting personal and professional development, environmental awareness and community engagement.

Upon successful completion of the program, corpsmembers may be eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award.

 

The US Forest Service Trail Crew is a full-time, temporary summer position for young adults, between the ages of 18-25.  

Throughout the season corpsmembers:

  • Perform trail construction/repair and maintenance projects on the Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forest Lands.
  • Camp for the duration of the summer, including backcountry (crews are expected to camp Monday – Thursday).
  • Participate in activities promoting personal and professional development, environmental awareness and community engagement.

Upon successful completion of the program, corpsmembers may be eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award.


Forestry Crew 

The Forestry Crew is a full-time, temporary summer position for young adults, ages 18-25.

Throughout the season corpsmembers:

  • Become S-212 certified for safe and effective chainsaw use.
  • Complete tree removal, fire mitigation and restoration projects on public lands throughout Larimer County.
  • Participate in activities promoting personal and professional development, environmental awareness and community engagement.

Upon successful completion of the program, corpsmembers may be eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award.


Fire Recovery Crew 

The Fire Recovery Crew is a full-time, temporary summer position for young adults, ages 18-25.

Throughout the season corpsmembers:

  • Complete conservation projects related to post fire restoration and erosion control. 
  • Serve on public and private lands throughout Northern Colorado. 
  • Participate in activities promoting personal and professional development, environmental awareness and community engagement.

Upon successful completion of the program, corpsmembers may be eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award.

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