This year marks the 25th anniversary of AmeriCorps, a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS).
Mt. Adams Institute programs are expanding and so is our staff! We are currently hiring three positions: Human Resources/Recruitment Director Program Coordinator: VetsWork Program Coordinator: Public Lands Stewards & VetsWork GreenCorps Please check out our employment page for position descriptions and application information. Employment
Mt. Adams Institute is excited to announce that it will receive $1,119,904 in AmeriCorps funding annually for the next three years from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the federal agency responsible for AmeriCorps and other national service programs.
Mt. Adams Institute is accepting applications for the position of Administrative Assistant through April 19, 2019. See the following link for position description and details: Mt. Adams Institute Administrative Assistant Position Description
Mt. Adams Institute (MAI) attended The Corps Network 2019 National Conference in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. This conference is a yearly gathering of over 200 attendees including staff, partners, and advocates of corps organizations from all over the country.
Mt. Adams Institute (MAI) is happy to announce Elamon White, VetsWork AmeriCorps alum, has been selected as The Corps Network’s 2019 Corpsmember of the Year!
Mt. Adams Institute is accepting applications for the position of Education Programs Director through December 28, 2018. See the following link for position description and details: Mt. Adams Institute Education Programs Director Position Description
Wet Planet Whitewater is strengthening its commitment to protecting natural resources in the White Salmon River watershed by supporting organizations that provide stewardship service.
Where did you grow up? My childhood was on a beautiful lake, Gull Lake, in a rural community outside of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
The sixth season of Cascade Mountain School’s environmental systems programming is underway, and this summer we are excited to explore Trout Lake Valley, the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, and Mt. Adams with over 300 students.
Mt. Adams Institute hosted the 3rd annual Region 6 Wilderness Stewardship Skills Training weekend last month. This event invited 50 participants from across the area who are passionate about helping steward the Pacific Northwest’s incredible system of Wilderness areas.
Funding will support 58 AmeriCorps members who will assist our public lands management agencies address the backlog of unmet needs while launching their own careers in natural resources and public lands management.