Utah Conservation Corps

Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) is a statewide program that partners with federal, state, local, and nonprofit agencies to protect, restore and enhance Utah's environment. This program engages AmeriCorps members in working to complete projects in creation, maintenance, and improvement of trail access. In addition, members participate in trail construction and maintenance, noxious weed removal, habitat restoration, fuels reduction, environmental education, and volunteer engagement. Many of the AmeriCorps members are also certified first responders, making them available for deployment in the event of an emergency or disaster situation in the United States.


Service Area
Field crews operate out of Logan, Cedar City and Moab.
Members are also placed at individual service sites throughout the state.




Contact Information
Sean Damitz, AmeriCorps Program Director
sean.damitz@usu.edu
435-770-6104
>Visit Utah Conservation Corps' website



Utah Conservation Corps Position Recruitment Timeline

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Learn more about open positions with Utah Conservation Corps at https://ucc.usu.edu/positions


Open Positions

2021 Field Boss

February - November, 2021
Positions open until filled

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2021 Crew Leader

March - November, 2021
Positions open until filled

https://ucc.usu.edu/positions
2021 Crew Member

See position description for season dates

https://ucc.usu.edu/positions
 

Meet a Utah conservation corps Member

Sam Fitch was recognized as the AmeriCorps Member of the Month for the state of Utah in August of 2020.

Check out our blog to learn more about how Sam's service has made an impact in addressing food security in Utah!


Meet Sam