Park Ranger Conservation Intern Position – located in Montana

Are you passionate about the environment, interested in being a park

ranger, and looking to gain professional development in a

conservation-related field with a federal agency? Check out this amazing


Conservation Intern – Park Ranger Position

MCC’s Conservation Intern (CI) program provides opportunities for young

adults to gain professional experience in a conservation-related field.

This position will work with the Bureau of Land Management to help oversee

a high-use recreation site in remote locations so that it can be enjoyed by

future generations. The primary duties include interacting with and

educating recreational visitors, facility and grounds maintenance,

supporting fee collection, and managing on-site volunteers.

Location: Wolf Creek, MT

Position Dates: 5/15/19 – 10/4/19

Living Allowance: $504 bi-weekly

Housing will be provided!

AmeriCorps Education Award upon completion of the program.

The Conservation Intern program is designed to make a measurable difference

in local conservation efforts while strengthening the professional

experience of our members. Skills obtained through this position would

include, but not be limited to: BLM seasonal training (bear behavior and

pepper spray training, defensive driving certification, trailer hauling and

backing certification, first aid/CPR, etc.), motorboat certification

course, maintenance skills which can range from maintaining a compliant

public water system to upkeep of on-site equipment


– Basic maintenance skills

– Strong communication skills

– High school degree or GED

– Minimum age of 18

– Available for duration of entire term of service (May 15 – October 4)

– US Citizenship or lawful permanent US Resident

– Ability to pass a National Service Criminal History Check

– Willingness to work long hours in all weather conditions

– Desire to work in a federal agency in the future



Questions? Contact Mandy Hedstrom at

or 406-587-4475.