Making Conservation Work For You
Hancock County Soil and Water Conservation District provides local
conservation leadership, teaches the value of natural resources,
encourages conservation efforts, and helps to plan and implement
voluntary programs. Each District program is different and unique to the
area that it services, because the programs are developed by local
people to solve local problems.
The Hancock County Soil
and Water Conservation District is accepting applications for a part time
Administrative Assistant. The successful applicant must be highly
organized and responsible, possess excellent written and verbal communication
skills, and be proficient with the use of computer technology and programs.
here for more information.
The District is now hiring an AmeriCorps member for this summer!
Want to have a fun summer and gain valuable experience in natural resources
work? Apply as an Environmental Steward and come work for the District
this summer helping with water quality work, erosion control projects,
surveying, and invasive aquatic plant studies. This is a 900 hour term
from May through November that includes a living allowance of $6,240 ($260/week
for 24 weeks) and if eligible, an AmeriCorps education award of $2,822 upon
successful completion of the program. Other benefits include student loan
forbearance, experiential learning, a wide range of training and networking
opportunities, and a Maine State Park Pass. For more information or to
apply, please visit the Maine Conservation Corps website at:
or click here for an application form:
2015 MCC Application. All
applications are due to the Maine Conservation Corps office by March 30, 2015.
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