The Rocky Mountain Conservancy – Conservation Corps is an internship program managed by Rocky Mountain Conservancy, the official non-profit partner of Rocky Mountain National Park. Every year the Conservation Corps program provides youth, ages 18-25, with an eleven week internship working alongside the USDA Forest Service, National Park Service, and Rocky Mountain Conservancy on natural resource management projects in Northern Colorado. Over the course of the program, interns are afforded the opportunity to enroll in field courses, gain on-the-job experience in natural resource management, and network with land management agencies. In an effort to create the next generation of stewards, Rocky Mountain Conservancy works with the Conservation Corps interns to maximize their future potential for a career in the natural resource field.
The program provides all interns with a biweekly stipend, housing, work clothing, and outdoor gear for the duration of the internship.
Please visit http://www.RMConservancy.org for more information on the Conservation Corps Program and Rocky Mountain Conservancy.