Texas Conservation Corps works with our partners to provide Individual Placements who serve the duration of their term at the partner site. During this time Texas Conservation Corps assists the partner with tools and resources to complete their project objectives, as well as manages members time sheets and project reporting.
In order to facilitate a rewarding experience, TxCC works with the site to define measurable outcomes that the Individual Placement is able to fulfill.
Here are the positions we are currently recruiting for, or we recruit for annually. Benefits & qualifications vary by position. For more information on a specific position please contact [email protected]:
TxCC’s Ranch & Resource Management program is based at the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park near Johnson City, TX. This is an exciting opportunity to help the park meet resource management goals like reducing the impact of invasive plants at the LBJ Ranch and meeting deferred maintenance goals through out the ranch. In addition the individual placement with learn first hand what goes into the management of a historic working ranch as part of an overall cultural landscape with significant natural resources.
Ranch & Resource Management AmeriCorps Members: 21-28
Term: June 2020 – August 2020
In partnership with the US Forest Service, TxCC will be placing a Forestry Technician AmeriCorps member at Sabine National Forest near Zavalla, Texas. This position will work alongside USFS Recreation Program staff to work in several recreation areas throughout the forest. This position will help manage trails, campgrounds, recreation areas, facilities, and the budget for the recreation program
The ideal candidate for this position would be from the Lufkin/Zavalla area and would have experience working on trail or outdoor recreation crews.
Forestry Technician AmeriCorps Member: 21-28
Term Starts Fall of 2020
Application Coming Soon
TxCC’s Masonry and Environmental Conservation program is based in San Antonio and is an exciting opportunity to restore and preserve both interior and exterior surfaces of the Historic San Antonio Missions. These members work closely with NPS staff. With two AmeriCorps members in each of the following positions:
Masonry & Cultural Landscape AmeriCorps Members: 21-28
Term: Fall 2020
Application Coming Soon
The Texas Conservation Corps’ Youth Paddling Program Assistant will help promote the National Park Service’s mission by leading youth through canoeing and kayaking adventures in Big Thicket National Preserve. The program strives to invite a larger audience into public lands by eliminating traditional barriers of inclusion in a safe and supportive environment.
The ideal candidate for this opportunity will be familiar with the water ways of east Texas and will be expected to engage with members of the community while helping to foster a positive experience with the outdoors and NPS staff. They will need to be able to swim and tread water.
Youth Paddling Program Assistant AmeriCorps Members: 21-28
Term: August 20th, 2019 – July 13th, 2020
Housing: on site housing provided by NPS
No longer accepting applications