Community Leader Positions

NOTE - This program has been approved for the use of GI Bill benefits.

Please Note:

  • 2015 program starts January 6, 2015 to November 3, 2015.

  • Application deadline is November 14, 2014.

  • MCC accepts applications year-round. They are considered for the next open term of service after receipt. To read the PDF files on this page you will need a copy of the free Adobe Reader software.

Community Leaders

Receive an 11-week training session then upon successful graduation are placed with Maine federal, state or non-profit organizations with all the skills needed to:

  • Create new trails and rehabilitate exist
  • Recruit, train and lead volunteers to create and improve recreational trail systems with a focus on recruiting and training other veterans as community volunteers
  • Establish a sustainable, dedicated community volunteer base
  • Develop plans for future conservation projects

Term of Service

  • Full Term of Service
    • Approximately 10 months; a minimum of 1700 hours
    • Mid-January through November
  • Shortened Term of Service
    • Open and ends on a rolling basis depending on host site needs

To Apply

Please review:

To read the PDF files you will need a a copy of the free Adobe reader software. To view MS Word documents, you will need Microsoft Word or the free Word Viewer.

Apply Now - Download the MCC Application (PDF 286KB)

For further information on the application process contact:

Jasmine Greenman
Maine Conservation Corps
124 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
(207) 624-6085 or 1-800-245-5627 (Toll Free in Maine)