Intern will work in the Resource Management Division of the park on a variety of projects: Historic Earthwork Monitoring and Preservation (30%); Trail monitoring and maintenance (20%); Manage invasive exotic vegetation (30%); Animal monitoring (15%); and GIS/GPS work (5%).
- One-time travel allowance: $1,100* (a personal vehicle is required)
- Weekly living allowance: $300 / week*
- Housing is provided by the park
- Eligible to receive Public Land Corps hiring authority upon successful completion of the program if you are between the agrs of 18-30 (35 for veterans)
- Eligible for an AmeriCorps education award valued at $1,824.07*
*Federal,local,and state taxes apply.
It is SCA’s policy that all AmeriCorps-required background checks must return cleared results prior to the position’s start; this includes being fingerprinted for the FBI check. Otherwise, the AmeriCorps award will be removed or the position’s start date will be delayed due to non-compliance.
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Position ID: PO-00735440
Expected Dates: February 5, 2024 - May 26, 2024
1910 Maintenance Way
Richmond, VA 23231
Training Provided: On the job training with NPS staff;
Handicap Accessible?: No
Main Area of Focus: Natural Resources Mgmt
AmeriCorps Eligible: Eligible
Driving Logistics: Required
So that they can get to the grocery store and wherever they need/want to go. There is not much within walking distance, although they might be able to bike to the grocery store.
Housing or Stipend Provided?
A. Partner will provide suitable housing for the member
The house is next door to the Resource Management Office (where interns will report each day). It is a three bedroom, one and one half bath house with a washer/drier, and full shared kitchen.
US Citizenship: Yes