American Sign Language Inclusion Crews
Modern day Conservation Corps were born from the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930’s, which was set up as a public work relief program during President Roosevelt’s term. Today, there are many opportunities throughout the country to work with conservation corps doing a variety of outdoor environmental service work with fellow Deaf and Hard of Hearing members and leaders.
Positions located throughout the country
To see what opportunities are open for the 2019 season, please contact us.
To get a better understanding of what conservation corps do, check out our video
of a day in the life of Northwest Youth Corps’ ASL Inclusion Crews
CorpsTHAT has an extensive network of outdoor professionals who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing or hearing signers who are interested in mentoring or working with Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals interested in working in the outdoor industry.
If you are looking for a mentorship or interested in being a mentee please contact us and tell us a little bit about your background and what you are looking for.
Interested in doing an internship with CorpsTHAT. Are you looking to gain experience in:
- Program development
- Grant writing
- Non-profit administration support
- Outdoor field work
- Crew leading
- Outdoor recreation
- Environmental and outdoor education
- Looking for a more specific internship: contact us
Send Emma Bixler your resume with a cover letter outlining what you are looking for in terms of your internship and any other internship requirements if you have them.