TerraCorps Land Conservation Coordinator (AmeriCorps)

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ORGANIZATION: Idealist.org

Recruiting Organization: TerraCorps

Whether you are passionate about conservation, land access, or sustainable agriculture, TerraCorps is here to help you serve local communities and build professional skills through transformative experiences.

TerraCorps is an AmeriCorps affiliated environmental nonprofit preparing and mobilizing emerging leaders to help communities gain access to and conserve land for people and nature. We do this by partnering with a network of 40+ nonprofits in Massachusetts and Rhode Island focused on community needs related to local land conservation and sustainable agriculture. These partners act as service sites for a new cohort of up to 60 AmeriCorps service members annually. Service members are paired with a site supervisor who provides guidance and mentorship while they build capacity for the organization and learn to manage community programs in one of 5 coordinator positions: Community Engagement Coordinators (CEC), Sustainable Agriculture Coordinators (SAC), Land Stewardship Coordinators (LSC), Youth Education Coordinators (YEC), Land Conservation Coordinator (LCC).

Land Conservation Coordinators build the long-term capacity of their service sites by:

  • Members may provide outreach and education to landowners about voluntary land conservation options.
  • Members may organize landscape-scale land protection projects.
  • Members may organize, support, and represent service sites in regional conservation partnerships.
  • Members may engage land committee volunteers in community conservation needs assessment and strategic conservation planning.
  • Members may conduct outreach to conservation commissions and open space committees.
  • Members may prepare non-federal grant applications for land protection projects.
  • Members may provide GIS technical assistance.
  • Members may conduct landowner intakes and perform preliminary land project assessments.
  • And many other land protection projects and activities

TerraCorps members serve in full-time (38 hours/week), 11-month positions from August 26th, 2024- July 25th, 2025. These AmeriCorps positions receive the following benefits:

  • Stipend of $27,000 distributed over the course of the term
  • Free access to healthcare coverage
  • Childcare coverage if eligible
  • Free mental health services through the Member Assistance Program
  • Money for college ($7,395), through the Segal Education Award of 47,395 upon completion of the program
  • Student loan forbearance if the member qualifies
  • Professional mentoring and coaching
  • Professional development trainings and workshops
  • Additional AmeriCorps benefits.

TerraCorps prohibits all forms of discrimination and harassment based on race, color, national origin, gender, age (40 and over), religion, sexual orientation, disability (mental or physical ), gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, pregnancy, reprisal, genetic information. Reasonable accommodations will be provided as needed for applications, interviews, and service. To request an accommodation, contact Maria Infante, Chief People and Culture Officer at minfante@terracorps.org

To learn more about AmeriCorps service with TerraCorps please visit https://terracorps.my.site.com/terracorps/s/available-member-positions.

We’re hosting info sessions on:

  • Monday, July 1st 2-3 pm.
  • Tuesday, July 9th, 2-3 pm
  • Thursday, July 25th, 2-3 pm

There is no need to register; just drop by. Here’s the link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81785363720.

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