Bishop, CA. Eastern Sierra Land Trust (ESLT) and the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps
Partnership (SNAP) are seeking an enthusiastic, conservation-minded young leader to
commit to an eight-month service term to help protect the Eastern Sierra by joining ESLT as this year’s SNAP Member and Education Coordinator. The service term will start in February and goes through September.
This new full-time team member will lead and collaborate primarily on education and
outreach projects that inspire and engage our local community in conservation efforts.
These projects include certifying pollinator-friendly gardens, organizing field trips,
teaching seminars and workshops, and coordinating volunteer projects.
The Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership (SNAP) is implemented by the Sierra Nevada Alliance, a nonprofit conservation organization that has served as a voice for the Sierra since 1992. The Partnership was founded in 2007, and ESLT has hosted talented SNAP members every year since then.
For more information about Eastern Sierra Land Trust, the SNAP program, and this
position including specific responsibilities, qualifications, details on compensation, and
how to apply, please visit www.eslt.org/blog or email [email protected]
(From Eastern Sierra Land Trust)