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If you enjoy working with youth 13-17 and horses, we are in need of a Youth Program Coordinator to enhance our girls' education programs, develop curriculum and projects for the purpose of guiding our youth in the preservation of the historic Clydesdale horse. References required. Best suited for adults with prior youth oganization experience.
17208 E. Saragosa St., Gilbert, AZ 85295, US
Our foundation is dedicated to the preservation of the at risk Clydesdale Horse.
USACPF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that is dedicated to the preservation of the Clydesdale Horse. through education, rescue, and public riding demonstrations. The Clydesdale Breed is classified as "at risk" by the Equus Trust Foundation and as "vulnerable" by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust. Our mission is to educate the public about their "at risk" classification, history, abilities and difficulties affecting the Clydesdale Horse.
Helping educate our society about the versatility of the Clydesdale Horse will contribute to the Clydesdale's survival. These beautiful, majestic horses not only make wonderful hitch teams, but also can become very dependable riding mounts.
Our goals are to support an increase in the Clydesdale population through the promotion of the Clydesdale as a desirable riding horse. USACPF also provides educational resources for high schools and colleges that offer equestrian studies, FFA and 4-H programs. Additionally, we exhibit the versatile Clydesdale Breed through media and show presentations in a multitude of public settings. Through our foundation's efforts we expect to contribute to the preservation and promotion of the Clydesdale Horse, thus providing a place in today's society for them and for future generations to enjoy.
We'll work with your schedule.
17208 East Saragosa StreetGilbert, AZ 85295
June 8, 2020