Program Dates: July 2- August 10.
Expected Work Hours: 7:45-2:30 Tuesday - Saturday
SCA CT is looking for Bridgeport residents currently enrolled in high school ages 15-19 to participate as part of the 10 member Bridgeport WildLife Guard program. This is an opportunity run through a partnership between SCA and Audubon Connecticut. Would you like to learn about local costal ecology and how to monitor various birds and nesting sites? Would you like to share facts about local plants and wildlife, educate the public, create fun and educational activities, and how to maintain online and social media sites? Do you have a positive attitude and like to learn?
This program will involve learning about the ecology and history of Pleasure Beach in Bridgeport. Additionally, participants will learn how to observe birds of environmental importance while also working to educate the beach going public. This experience will include weekly educational and recreational opportunities to learn more about environmental concepts and career opportunities. Successful participants will participate in an overnight camping trip at the conclusion of the program. Participants must be available to work for the duration of the program, outside in a variety of weather conditions (especially on the beach), have the ability to work well with others, a willingness to practice public speaking and have an interest in environmental, biological sciences and/or green careers.
This is a paid opportunity. To apply download and follow the “Wildlife Guards Application Instructions 2013”. (Click on the "Read More" link below to download the directions)
Deadline to apply: Wednesday, June 12, 2013
SCA CT is looking for Stamford residents currently enrolled in high school ages 15-19.
Do you enjoy being outside and working as part of a team? Want to learn to use various hand tools, how to identify various plant species and about local river ecology through hands on work this summer? Then join the SCA Stamford Crew. Weekly educational and recreational days will offer opportunities to learn and experience more about the environmental field. Successful participants will participate in an help plan and overnight camping trip at the conclusion of the program. This position requires that members work outside in a variety of weather conditions, can work well with others and have an interest in environmental, biological sciences and/or green career fields.
Program will run July 8- August 16.
Expected Work Hours: 7:45am-2:30pm M-F
This is a paid opportunity. Download and follow the “2013 Stamford Summer Application Instructions” below to apply today! (Click "Read More" below to find the link)
Keep checking, more details on 2012 will be up soon!
In the summer of 2011 CT Community Programs ran 5 Conservation Crews in Stamford, Greenwich, Bridgeport, New Haven and Hartford. The crews completed a variety of successful projects including:
Questions? Contact Khadija Bshara