Below you will find the most up-to-date listing for Southwest Conservation Corps Individual Placement Program. We are always adding new internship opportunities here, so keep checking back! Once internships have been filled, they will be deleted from this page. Good luck!


Individual Placements 


Four Corners- Durango

GIS Fire Technician

Apply By: Nov 17th  Start: January 22nd  Benefit: $540 per week  + AmeriCorps Education Award

Are your GIS skills on fire? Help to map them while working with the BLM out of Montrose, CO. The GIS Fire Technician will work with the Southwest Colorado Fire and Aviation Management Unit to create maps and other materials while learning about fire management in the Rocky Mountain west. This internship can serve as a launching pad for a career in fire managment. Upon successful completionof your term, the GIS Fire Technician will receive an AmeriCorps Education Award of $2,887.


Resource Assistant Program, Forest Service- Albuquerque

Apply By: Oct 6th  Start: November 6th  Benefit: $520 per week  + AmeriCorps Education Award

The Forest Service in Albuquerque is looking for a co-hort of interns to work alongside each other in interweaving projects. This is an amazing opportunity to learn from peers and well as Forest Service mentors. Not to mention that each of these internships comes with an AmeriCorps Education Award of $2,887 at the end of a successful term and a two year non-competitive status within USAJobs. Want to kick start your career with the Forest Service? Choose your adventure below: 


 Bilingual Writer and Media Editor

 Ever struggle read directions to a trail head or need a thesaurus to understand the paragraph on the ecological information of an area?  Well, that struggle is real, and the Forest Service recognizes that. We are looking for someone to revise and renew the language we use to communicate with the public our public land serves, in English and Spanish. 

                                                            ¿Listos? Aplica ya!


Interpretive Services Intern 

Signs, pamphlets, media, advertisements. So much media is put out to the public by the Forest Service in an attempt to better educate and include visitors in the outdoor experience. Just like their online media, the physical communications that visitors interact with are in desperate need of modern language and perspective.  Seeking a Spanish/ English bilingual intern to help reimagine the interpretive services of the Forest Service. 

                                                          Apply Now! Aplica ya!


Every Kid in a Park 

Getting the youth outdoors is a program and goal we will always have. The question is, how do we develop and implement programs throughout our many public spaces?  How do we do that in an organized and unified manner? That's where you come in! Collaborate with almost every branch of the Forest Service to help implement and Every Kid in a Park plan for the Forest Service!

                                                                Apply Now!


Los Valles- Salida

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Ancestral Lands

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