Bi-Lingual Youth Trail Position Open in Tucson, AZ
Salary $17/hour – Temporary (6 Months) 20-40 Hours/Week
This is a temporary apprentice position through the Partnership for the National Trails System, working with the National Park Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program in Arizona. Primary duties will be related to assisting a landscape architect in the development of community trail plans, and serving as a project team member on cooperative conservation and recreation planning initiatives involving federal, state, and local organizations and government agencies. Assignments will consist of a variety of tasks in project planning and are selected to provide the apprentice with training and experience in methods, procedures, and techniques in community open space and trail planning; development of web2.0 outreach strategies relevant to conservation planning and reaching diverse populations of Spanish and English-speaking youth; an orientation to the National Park Service and the Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program; and a basis for more responsible assignments.
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