Utah Conservation Corps is celebrating 20 Years of Conservation & Service throughout 2021.
Be part of our celebration at: UCC.USU.edu/20Years
UCC has established coronavirus protocol in addition to the guidance issued by the CDC and Utah State University. Learn more about the UCC COVID-19 Protocol. For Utah State University wide coronavirus updates, please visit usu.edu/COVID-19.
WHAT'S LIFE LIKE IN THE UCC?
A season with the Utah Conservation Corps can be one of the most challenging, difficult, and most rewarding experiences of your life! Our members help get critical work done on our public lands--both federal and state. Our term of service helps our partners get work done, and our members learn what they have within themselves!
Curious what it's like? Check out our video to find out what a season with UCC could be like, and if you're up for a new and exciting challenge, apply today!
YES! Gain skills and certifications that help you become highly employable in both the public land sector, and the private job sector! Crew Leaders even leave our program with Chainsaw Certifications, Wilderness First Responder, and experience out in the field! LEARN MORE HERE
A term of service with UCC can be the most challenging work you've done in your life. That being said, anyone can do this work with the right attitude and mindset! The work UCC does is critical to helping Utah's public lands stay in their best possible condition. It's also hard, but who doesn't like a challenge? We teach you the skills, you decide the reward.
We have over a dozen non-profit partners who we send Individual Placements (ie: Interns) to work with throughout the year. They work in a wide variety of sectors from habitat restoration, policy and research, to environmental education! Check our POSITIONS Page frequently and follow us on Facebook to learn when these exciting opportunities become available!
Notice of Non-discrimination
In its programs and activities, Utah State University does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, genetic information, sexual orientation or gender identity/expression, disability, status as a protected veteran, or any other status protected by University policy or local, state, or federal law. For more info visit: https://equity.usu.edu/non-discrimination