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Overview

P-CREW Youth Corps: Alumni All-Star Assistant
Dive into a rewarding summer full of adventure and restoration work all while mentoring the next generation of landscape stewards!

Introduction
Sierra Institute for Community and Environment is seeking a P-CREW Alumni to re-join the crew this  summer as an Alumni All-Star Assistant (AAA). This is a truly unique opportunity to gain leadership  skills while sharing  your knowledge and experience with new P-CREW members. The Alumni All-Star Assistant will work with Crew Leaders to assist in building the crew dynamic, lead chores, inspire group morale, and be the all-star crew member that the crew members look up to. The AAA must be able to  manage a peer/leader relationship with the crew. The Alumni All-Star Assistant will make minimum wage for a 48-hour work week during the regular season. Food and gear will be provided.

Job Duties:

Assist and support Crew Leaders with project goals and supervision of crew
Help teach P-CREW traditions (personal stories, dinner circles, etc.)
Lead, assign, and oversee all camp  chores
Lead some evening games and activities
Step-up to give Crew Leaders time-off
Be an all-star role model for the crew by: showing excellent work ethic, a Positive Mental Attitude,  and ability to help explain the importance of this work
Act as liaison (the go to person) between the Crew leaders and the crew members
Check in with crew members
Work hard on conservation projects throughout the week
Be willing and able to help out or take charge in emergency/first aid instances

READ FULL POSITION DESCRIPTION HERE.

Graduated from P-Crew

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: High School
Driver's License Required: Yes

About Sierra Institute for Community and Environment

Our Mission
Promoting healthy and sustainable forests and watersheds by investing in the well-being of rural communities and strengthening their participation in natural resource decision-making and programs.
Our Approach
Recognizing the direct relationship rural communities have with forest landscapes, Sierra Institute has advanced integrative programs that support rural environmental, economic, and community health at local, regional, and national levels for the past twenty-five years.