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15 May 2019

Land Trust Training & Apprenticeship Program

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The Land Trust Training and Apprenticeship Program, or TAP, is an opportunity for young adults to get paid for on-the-job training working with organizations dedicated to environmental, land and water conservation programs and causes. Our goal is to create a pathway for students to enter the rewarding non-profit conservation profession and to grow the future workforce dedicated to environmental stewardship. Student interns will be placed in pairs at different land trusts throughout California. The selected interns will receive land conservation education, job training a travel stipend of up to $500 travel stipend and a living stipend of $400 a week for the duration of the 8-week internship at the host land trust. The California Council of Land Trusts will host training to provide interns with background knowledge of land conservation in California. Training topics will cover land conservation methods, land trust operations, stewardship and community outreach. CCLT will continue to provide ongoing training and support to interns while stationed at their land trust sites.

Read the full description here, and apply by following the instructions within.

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