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Corps Member - Inland Empire

California Conservation Corps


Opportunity summary

Term length

6/1/2024 - 6/1/2025

Application window

6/1/2024 - 6/1/2025


San Bernardino, California

Hourly pay equivalent


Project summary

CCC Corps Members perform service conservation work that focuses on forest health, fuel reduction, vegetation management, emergency response, wilderness and urban trails, salmon restoration, and wildland firefighting. A typical term of service is one year, but Corps Members can stay in the program for up to three years. Corps Members can also apply to partnered programs working in the backcountry, on energy projects, improving endangered fish habitat, and more.

Opportunity description

CCC Corps Members perform natural resource conservation and emergency response work for the benefit of local communities and the State of California. Possible project work includes trailbuilding and maintenance, watershed restoration, removal of invasive species, fuel reduction, native species planting, vegetation management, and more. Corps Members also receive training and education to support their future career pathways.


  • Healthcare
  • Education benefit

Requirements and qualifications


Willingness and ability to engage in hard work outdoors in all weather conditions. Enthusiasm to work with diverse groups of individuals. Prepared and able to respond to emergencies and be away from home or assigned center for two weeks or longer.

Preferred qualifications

Interest in working in the resource conservation space or general interest in pursuing training and education.

Opportunity details

Focus area

  • Forest health
  • Watershed restoration
  • Trail building
  • Planting
  • Vegetation management
  • Emergency response

Work environment

  • Outdoor