Listing

Non-Residential Corpsmember (Housing not provided)

Actively Recruiting

Openings

25 currently recruiting

Service Dates

January 2, 2019 - January 2, 2020

Application Window

October 30, 2018 - December 28, 2018

Locations

  • Chico, CA
  • Fresno, CA
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Monterey, CA
  • Napa, CA
  • Norwalk, CA
  • Pomona, CA
  • Redding, CA
  • Sacramento, CA
  • San Bernardino, CA
  • San Diego, CA
  • Santa Maria, CA
  • Stockton, CA
  • Vista, CA
  • Yreka, CA

Contact Information

Jameylee Taylor
(916) 341-3148
jameylee.taylor@ccc.ca.gov

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Description

**THIS LISTING IS FOR APPLICANTS SEEKING TO SERVE AT A NON-RESIDENTIAL CENTER ** If you are not interested in providing your own housing and transportation, please view our Residential listing

The CCC is a one year, full time program that provides individuals aged 18-25 the opportunity to conserve California’s natural resources through hands on service. During their year of service, Corpsmembers work on environmental projects and respond to natural and man-made disasters.

Corpsmembers begin their service with a 1-2 week training before being assigned to a crew and starting their service projects. Corpsmembers make a significant impact on California’s environment through projects focusing on Natural Resource Conservation, Emergency Response and Mitigation, and Energy Conservation. Corpsmembers also have the opportunity to participate in special programs such as Culinary Arts, Wildland Firefighting, Back Country Trails, Australian Exchange Program, Watershed Stewards program, Internships and more.

Corpsmembers may also spend some afternoon and weekend hours working towards other program requirements such as education, professional development, or weekend volunteering. In addition to typical project assignments, Corpsmembers may also serve on remote work projects for up to 8 days away from their center, or emergency response deployments for up to 21 days away from their center.


While serving at a non-residential center, you will need to provide your own housing and reliable transportation. You will be responsible for reporting to your center on time each day (schedule may vary), you will join your crew at the center to travel to your project together in a CCC vehicle. Despite serving at a non-residential center, there will still be times that you are required to be away from your center for emergencies, remote work projects, and training (meals and housing are provided during these times).




**Due to a high influx of interested candidates, we are currently only accepting applications from California residents. We appreciate your interest in the CCC and encourage you to check back with us in the future. We hope to have more openings in the coming months. If you are currently not living in California, but plan on moving to California soon, please let us know so we can connect you with a local Recruiter. You are also welcome to follow our Backcountry Trails program, which will be open to out of state applicants starting late 2018, for their next season. To find out more about the Backcountry Trails program, visit: https://ccc.ca.gov/what-we-do/conservation-programs/backcountry-trails-program/ **

**THIS LISTING IS FOR APPLICANTS SEEKING TO SERVE AT A NON-RESIDENTIAL CENTER ** If you are not interested in providing your own housing and transportation, please view our Residential listing

The CCC is a one year, full time program that provides individuals aged 18-25 the opportunity to conserve California’s natural resources through hands on service. During their year of service, Corpsmembers work on environmental projects and respond to natural and man-made disasters.

Corpsmembers begin their service with a 1-2 week training before being assigned to a crew and starting their service projects. Corpsmembers make a significant impact on California’s environment through projects focusing on Natural Resource Conservation, Emergency Response and Mitigation, and Energy Conservation. Corpsmembers also have the opportunity to participate in special programs such as Culinary Arts, Wildland Firefighting, Back Country Trails, Australian Exchange Program, Watershed Stewards program, Internships and more.

Corpsmembers may also spend some afternoon and weekend hours working towards other program requirements such as education, professional development, or weekend volunteering. In addition to typical project assignments, Corpsmembers may also serve on remote work projects for up to 8 days away from their center, or emergency response deployments for up to 21 days away from their center.


While serving at a non-residential center, you will need to provide your own housing and reliable transportation. You will be responsible for reporting to your center on time each day (schedule may vary), you will join your crew at the center to travel to your project together in a CCC vehicle. Despite serving at a non-residential center, there will still be times that you are required to be away from your center for emergencies, remote work projects, and training (meals and housing are provided during these times).




**Due to a high influx of interested candidates, we are currently only accepting applications from California residents. We appreciate your interest in the CCC and encourage you to check back with us in the future. We hope to have more openings in the coming months. If you are currently not living in California, but plan on moving to California soon, please let us know so we can connect you with a local Recruiter. You are also welcome to follow our Backcountry Trails program, which will be open to out of state applicants starting late 2018, for their next season. To find out more about the Backcountry Trails program, visit: https://ccc.ca.gov/what-we-do/conservation-programs/backcountry-trails-program/ **
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Living Allowance

$1900 - $1900 monthly

Benefits

Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Living allowance, Stipend, Student loan forbearance, Training

Additional Benefits

-Monthly stipend -Paid state holidays, sick leave, compensated time off, emergency excess pay -Health Insurance -Opportunity to earn High School Diploma with on site classes -Opportunity to earn two scholarships which can be used towards future education as well as pre-existing student loans -Training and certifications -Promotional and leadership opportunities -Opportunities to join specialized crews

Education Benefits

GED/High School Diploma

Education Requirements

Less than High School Completed

Desired Certifications or Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:
-Must be 18-25 years old, or up to 29 for military veterans
-Must be able to pass drug screening
-Must be able to pass FBI/DOJ background check
-Must be able to provide employment verification documents (For examples, visit https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/acceptable-documents )
-Must be willing to work outdoors in all conditions, sometimes in remote locations or on emergencies
-Must be willing to participate in the CCC Educational Program
-Must be motivated for hard work, service, and self-development
-Must currently reside in California or be planning to move to California in the near future.
-Must have a reliable transportation plan (A car is not required, but must be able to get to the center each day on time)

Desired Languages

English

Other Conditions

Uniforms provided and required
Subject to criminal background check

Age Requirement

18 - 25

Service Details

Focus Areas

Disaster, Environment, Public Safety

Weekly Hours

40

Location Type

Rural, Urban, Wilderness

Service Type

Direct Service

Service Environment

Indoor and Outdoor

Placement

Team Placement

Service Setting

State Agency other than State Service Commission

Activity Types

Hands On Activities

Contact Information

Jameylee Taylor
(916) 341-3148
jameylee.taylor@ccc.ca.gov

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