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President Biden’s vision for a Civilian Climate Corps is full of promise and opportunity for MCC and our partners.
There’s no place better suited to renew America’s legacy of conservation, restore our health following the COVID-19 pandemic, foster equity and respect for all, and rekindle our spirit as a nation united in purpose. After a challenging year, MCC is renewed with hope and purpose.
MCC adapts the Leadership Training Program to mitigate COVID risks
Part 2: Thriving with The Tools at Hand
Part 1: The Pandemic Breaks and We Persevere
A Billings native, Molly served with MCC back in 2010 with the Northern Rockies region. Now, Molly works at Bandwidth Inc. as a Senior Business Analyst where she bridges the gap between the IT and customer support teams. She is also a certified yoga instructor and enjoys volunteering in her community. Read on for more about her time with MCC and to see how her experiences shaped her life and career path.
Isn’t one year of AmeriCorps service enough? Meet Emilie Henry, an MCC Big Sky Watershed Corps (BSWC) member returning for her second season with more experience and determination than ever to get things done for the Flathead watershed.