Southeast Conservation Corps

Southeast Conservation Corps (SECC), operates conservation service programs throughout the Southeast that focus on meeting the needs of the natural landscapes while empowering people to cultivate compassion, responsibility, and grit through community service, hard work, and environmental stewardship.

Building upon the legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps, we are focused on connecting people to the natural environment through conservation-based service learning, personal development, and recreation.

May 06, 2024
Full time
Southeast Conservation Corps Chattanooga, TN, USA
Title:  Fall Conservation Crew Member Crew Structure:   4 Crew members per crew. (3 Crews / 12 Positions) Location:  Crews are based in Chattanooga, TN. All hitches will end and begin at our Chattanooga office and will then travel to project sites, where they will camp and work for nine days at a time in various locations across the Southeast region. All crews will be camping crews.  Season Dates:  August 26th - November 22nd, 2024   Status:  Full-time, seasonal 450-hour AmeriCorps National Term of Service position.  Compensation:  A $500/week living stipend and a $100/week housing stipend, paid bi-weekly, including a $1,824.07 Segal Education Award upon program completion.  Hitch Schedule:   9 days on (Tuesday – Wednesday) followed by five days off (Thursday – Monday).  While in the field, crew members work 8-10 hours daily. The day starts with a stretch circle and safety meeting, which includes two fifteen-minute breaks and a half-hour break for lunch each...