New UCC AmeriCorps members must turn in a W4, Direct Deposit form, and USU ACA Variable Hours form, complete an electronic I9 Employment Verification process, and get fingerprinted before starting their AmeriCorps Term of Service.
2019 Health Insurance Info & Election Form -- Only 1700hr members are eligible for health insurance reimbursements. Email page 3 (opting in/out) to Nicole Kreiser (email@example.com) within 60 days of your start date.
Fingerprint Request Form -- Individual Placement members ONLY.You must get fingerprinted in Utah at a LiveScan site that offers digital fingerprinting. Recommended locations are listed on the form. You must arrange for another acceptable fingerprinting site if the recommended sites do not work for you.
Service Hour Records Guidance (for Individual Placement and Student Sustainability Corps members)
Using MyAmeriCorps -- a helpful tutorial on accessing your MyAmeriCorps account, applying for loan forbearance, and directing your AmeriCorps Education Award money.
AmeriCorps Member Assistance Program
The Member Assistance program provides free, confidential, 24/7, unlimited telephonic counseling services and up to three face-to-face counseling sessions.
To access counseling for support on any topic or issue small or large -
call the toll-free number at: 1-800-451-1834 and state that you are an
AmeriCorps member with the Utah Conservation Corps.
You will be connected with a professional, licensed counselor with AllOne Health. In-the-moment support is provided for topics such as substance abuse, stress, depression, anxiety, grief counseling and many other areas. Whatever the question or challenge, please do not hesitate to call - anytime of day.
You may be provided information or referrals for in-person counseling, childcare, housing, and other local information that may be useful to you.
PLC Hiring Authority!
If you serve at least 640-hours with Utah Conservation Corps, you could get federal hiring authority through the Public Land Corps Hiring Authority. Find out more about how that works through the resources below, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have more questions!
PLC FAQ Powerpoint (as of Sept 2017)
The Utah Conservation Corps Alumni Page has all sorts of job resources for you to continue youre career after UCC
There's more jobs in the outdoors out there!
Get Outdoors Colorado has an awesome guide for those looking to take the next steps toward a career in the outdoors! Find out more at: http://www.getoutdoorscolorado.org/career-guide-signup
Want to work for the National Park Service, the Forest Service or the BLM? The place to look for all of those jobs, and more, is USA Jobs!
Applying for jobs on www.usajobs.gov can be a little tricky. It is highly recommended that you read up on some tips before creating a profile. The USA Jobs help center has some helpful tips. There are also plenty of great tutorials on YouTube.
State Jobs: Also consider looking into state jobs! Most states have a website where state jobs, including jobs in state parks, are listed.
Want to stay in Utah, AND go to college?
The Utah State University College of Natural Resources is one of the top natural resources colleges in the country, as well as one of the most affordable. Most of our fulltime seasonal members can even get in-state tuition relatively quickly! Find out more about the QCNR!
There are conservation corps all over the country! Check out other C
Want to keep working for Conservation Corps?
There are conservation corps all over the country! Check out The Corps Network's website to find out more!