Youth Empowerment Stewards

Conservation Legacy is working with Fort McHenry National Historic Park located in Baltimore, MD and the Southeast Conservation Corps located in Chattanooga, TN to fill AmeriCorps Member positions that are working towards making their programs more inclusive for Deaf and Disabled individuals.  Disabled individuals and people with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. 

Fort McHenry National Historic Park

 

Individuals serving in this role will assist both their host site and Stewards Individual Placements Eastern region with programmatic and organization reviews to identify best practices, barriers to service, and pathways to inclusivity. These overarching goals may be accomplished through a variety of activities including but not limited to community meeting representation, policy research, training and education presentations, grants research, and general administrative support.

Southeast Conservation Corps

 

This 12-week position with Southeast Conservation Corps (SECC), will be working with SECC staff to advance accessibility and inclusion for individuals with disabilities, including existing SECC programs designed for the Deaf Community including their American Sign Language Inclusion Crew.

 

 

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