NH Conservation Corps

NH Conservation Corps Info Session - Field Crew & Interpretive Ranger

Student Conservation Association



High Adventure




About the Event

Have you ever wanted to live in a state park where you can explore thousands of acres of prime New England forest? Do you want to make life-long friends who are passionate about the environment and from all over the United States? Does the chance to learn conservation and leadership skills and start your career off with a one-of-a-kind experience sound exciting? If you said yes to any or all of these questions, then the New Hampshire Conservation Corps is the place for you!

Join us for an information session to learn more about two AmeriCorps opportunities with the SCA NH Conservation Corps, a Field Crew Member and an Interpretive Ranger, and ask any questions you might have!

Field Crew Members are part of a team of their peers and can serve across NH on high priority conservation projects like trail building, facility construction or others. Crew Member stay on project sites for the duration of the project or "hitch". A detailed description is available HERE.

Interpretive Rangers are placed and live at state parks around NH to assist with visitor services and develop and deliver environmental, cultural or recreational programs. A detailed description is available HERE

Both positions start on Monday, March 27 and end Thursday, October 19.

The SCA NH Conservation Corps:

The SCA NH Corps is a collaboration between the SCA, the New Hampshire Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, and AmeriCorps. Since 1994 the SCA NH Corps has provided over one million hours of service to New Hampshire while training young adults to do valuable conservation work. Each year young adult volunteers contribute thousands of service hours, Interpretive Rangers providing environmental education programs to the state’s residents and visitors and Field Crew Members completing conservation service projects to improve and protect the state’s natural, cultural, and recreational resources from the Atlantic Coast to the White Mountains and beyond.

If you are interested in learning more please join the information session. Program staff will do a brief presentation and have a question and answer period. We look forward to helping you learn more about these unique opportunities to start your conservation career!

What to bring

Please read the above position descriptions and bring any questions you have about the positions


Contact Davis Brush at dbrush@thesca.org or 1-603-485-2191.