The Massachusetts Land Initiative for Tomorrow (MassLIFT) is an AmeriCorps program managed by Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust. MassLIFT-AmeriCorps is a collaborative effort of regional conservation groups. Our members build organizational capacity to meet critical community needs for land protection, stewardship of protected lands, conservation outreach and education, and service learning that engages young people in conservation. MassLIFT members serve in one of four positions: land stewardship coordinator, regional conservation coordinator, service learning coordinator, or community engagement coordinator. These full-time AmeriCorps positions provide a living allowance, health insurance, and the potential to earn education awards. The program runs from September 8, 2015 through August 5, 2016.
Application specifics, position descriptions, and information about the program and all the organizations hosting MassLIFT members can be found on the Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust website: www.masslift.org
Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.
MassLIFT-AmeriCorps is a grant program contingent on federal funding through the Corporation for National and Community Service: www.nationalservice.gov
The 2015 Americorp-MassLIFT Land Steward Coordinator description provides information specific to the shared Town and Greenbelt Land Stewardship Coordinator position, and is described in the following link; /DocumentCenter/View/2561