Public Land Corps restore and protect the rugged majesty of America's National Parks. In the Public Land Corps, crews build and maintain trails far into remote areas, prevent wildfires by clearing fire fuels, root out invasive species, and add features that keep national park visitors safe.
Public Land Corps creates healthy and safe environments for recreation and exercise; creating places where visitors can travel deeply into the natural beauty of these majestic national parks without doing damage to our national heritage.
Maine Conservation Corps
Public Land Corps are managed by non-profit organizations that partner with the National Park Service. Individuals are recruited and supervised by one the organizations located across the country.
Check out a list of non-profit organizations that have Public Land Corps programs.
California Conservation Corps
What would I do?
Dan Eldridge/Student Conservation Association
Is this the right program for me?
Public Land Corps participants must be between 16 and 25 years of age.
Participants must be either a U.S. citizen or a legal resident.
Montana Conservation Corps
You may be able to be hired non-competitively by the National Park Service for a seasonal or career job.
Work in some of the coolest places in the world!
Learn new skills.
Coconino Rural Environment Corps
How do I apply?
Check out the list of non-profit organizations that participate in the Public Land Corps.
Apply through the organization to participate in the Public Land Corps.