CorpsTHAT can help you accomplish critical conservation projects while providing young adults from the regional community an opportunity to learn about land management issues and challenges. Partnering becomes a win/win situation for the community, CorpsTHAT members, and land managers by providing meaningful opportunities for young Deaf people to complete important community and natural resources projects. We are a job training and youth development organization providing our Deaf and hard of hearing crew members with outdoor experiences and employment opportunities through national service. Our goal is to promote individual responsibility and ethical behavior, instill solid work habits and attitudes and empower them to change their lives, their communities, and their environment through conservation work that benefits us all.
Why Hire CorpsTHAT's Young Adult Crew?
Conservation corps young adult crew members are trained and ready to spend a summer session living and working outdoors to restore our natural resources. Crew leaders mentor corps members in job skills, community service, and environmental stewardship. All are well trained, well equipped, and ready for projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
What kind of work can our crews do?
- Trail construction and maintenance
- Hiking and OHV bridges
- Invasive species management
- Fencing construction and maintenance
- Facilities management
- Trail structures
- Tree planting and seeding
- Urban conservation project
- Disaster response
- Historic preservation
- Stream restoration
- Water conservation
- Trail assessment parks and campground maintenance