Wisconsin Conservation Corps Overview
Will Begin Accepting Summer Applications in January 2024
Our Individual Placement Program provides young conservation professionals with focused, hands-on opportunities to serve directly under the guidance of our agency mentors. The Program provides our corpsmembers with a link between the academic and professional space. WisCorps placement sites allow members to conserve and connect while they gain career-building skills.
Duration: 12 Weeks / 18 Weeks / 46 Weeks / 50 Weeks
We're hiring crew leaders for all crews! Take your skills to the next level. Develop your field leadership and conservation skills leading a group of motivated young adults on a wide range of natural resource management projects on Upper Midwest public lands.
Location: Wisconsin, Michigan & Indiana
Duration: 11 - 14 Weeks
$550 per week
Up to $4,825 education award
Trainings and certifications included!
Housing, food & transporation included!
The Local La Crosse Crew provides motivated AmeriCorps members, ages 17 and older, with an opportunity to serve organizations and public lands in the La Crosse community. Participants return to their own housing at night and have weekends off. Participants must provide their own daily transportation to and from the WisCorps warehouse.
Location: La Crosse, Wisconsin
Duration: 10 - 14 Weeks
Our Roving Crews engage motivated AmeriCorps service people ages 18 and older. Roving Crews complete trail building, habitat restoration, and carpentry projects with various partner organizations throughout the upper Midwest. Roving Crews live together in the outdoors or in provided housing throughout their season.
Locations: Wisconsin and Michigan
Duration: 9 -14 Weeks
The Dunes Crew spends their entire season serving with the National Park Service at Indiana Dunes National Park. This crew of AmeriCorps service people completes wetland and upland habitat restoration projects at the National Park while living in the Chesterton, Indiana area. Participants must be ages 18 or older.
Location: Indiana Dunes National Park
Duration: 9 - 14 weeks