Interested in working or volunteering with the Rocky Mountain Conservancy?
The Rocky Mountain Conservancy offers a wide variety of internship, fellowship, employment, volunteer, and AmeriCorps opportunities. Whether you volunteer for a day, serve as an AmeriCorps member on the Conservation Corps, support the Field Institute through educational fellowships, or work with the Conservancy at the Nature Stores or in our offices, you are supporting Rocky Mountain National Park and other public lands while developing valuable skills and learning about these valuable public lands. Check out the links below for more information.
Conservation Corps: In this eleven-week AmeriCorps programs, members (ages 18-24) complete on-the-ground conservation projects with the National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service, develop job skills, learn about public land management, and explore natural resource careers. Members receive a living stipend, work clothing, and work boots. Upon successful completion of the program, members are eligible for an AmeriCorps Education Award. The Conservancy also provides housing and gear for all members.
High School Leadership Corps: This twelve-day immersive work experience provides Colorado high school youth (ages 13-17) with an opportunity to camp in Rocky Mountain National Park, support on-the-ground work projects, develop outdoor skills, learn about natural resource management, and gain awareness into public land careers. Members receive a stipend upon completion of the program and work clothing. The Conservancy provides gear, food, transportation, and housing (campsite) for all members.
Education Fellowships: The education fellowships provides 5-month opportunities for recent college graduates to work with the Field Institute and support the Environmental Education program in Rocky Mountain National Park. Fellows will develop and lead youth and family programming, learn about program management, conduct organizational outreach, guide educational bus adventures, and work with school groups. Fellows receive a living stipend and housing throughout their season.
Research Fellowship: The Bailey Research Fellowship provides one graduate-level student with a stipend and housing for valuable on-the-ground research projects supporting Rocky Mountain National Park management.
Volunteer Opportunities: Join the Conservancy for a volunteer stewardship day completing on-the-ground work in Rocky Mountain National Park or the Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forests, offer your talents and time in an office environment, or support the Conservancy through your unique skill set!
Employment: Join OUR team! You could work at one of our Nature Stores, support the Field Institute and Conservation programs through seasonal opportunities, and so much more!