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CONSERVATION INTERNS AND CONSERVATION FELLOWS

Individual Placement Programs

CONSERVATION INTERNS AND FELLOWS

  • Conservation Fellow

    Term Dates: 5/18/22 – 9/30/22
    Location: Varies based on host site placement
    Living Allowance: $635 bi-weekly before taxes
    AmeriCorps Education Award: $2,417 upon successful completion of the program
    Health Insurance: Free
    Member Assistance Program: Free 24/7 access to confidential mental health counseling, medical advocacy, financial assistance, life coaching and more
    Public Lands Service Corps Hiring Preference: Members serving with federal land management agencies may be eligible to receive hiring preference for future federal job placement

    Application Deadline: February 13, 2022

    Review of applications will begin in early January. Early applications welcome and encouraged!

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  • Conservation Intern

    Location: Varies based on host site placement
    Program Dates: 5/18/2022 to 8/12/2022
    Living Stipend: $605 biweekly before taxes
    Education Award: $1,678 upon successful completion of the program
    Member Assistance Program: Free 24/7 access to confidential mental health counseling, medical advocacy, financial assistance, life coaching, and more

    Application Deadline: February 13, 2022

The Conservation Intern (CI) and Fellow (CF)  works throughout Montana and surrounding states with a selected partner agency referred to as a host site. They make a measurable difference in local and state conservation efforts while gaining valuable hands-on professional skills in natural resources. 

[Image Description: Two MCC members standing in a field. One is kneeling on the ground, holding a measuring tap, and the other is standing above them with a clipboard.]

Conservation Interns and Fellows’ service is centered around completing natural resources-related projects within their host site community.  Project focus and outcomes vary depending on the host site. To learn more about what some past members have accomplished during their term of service check out the past member projects links on the IPP home page.  


“This experience was everything I thought it would be. I was able to develop independently, as well as with the encouragement of my site hosts. I learned valuable skills in natural resource management and recreational management, and was able to put those skills to use. It was a deeply enriching experience and I can honestly say it was one of my best decisions to join this program.”--Conservation Intern


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