You Could be an AmeriCorps member with ESLT!

For six years, ESLT has partnered with the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership (SNAP), by hosting an AmeriCorps member. The SNAP program places twenty-seven AmeriCorps members at different conservation agencies and organizations throughout the Sierra Nevada to conduct watershed restoration and monitoring, watershed education, and volunteer recruitment and support.

ESLT has had the opportunity to work with six talented AmeriCorps members, who have served the Eastern Sierra community through educational programs and outreach opportunities to better inform and inspire the public about land conservation in Inyo, Mono, and Alpine Counties.

ESLT’s 2012 AmeriCorps member Victoria Ortiz at Benton Hot Springs Ranch with elementary school students.

We are currently accepting application for a SNAP Member to serve at Eastern Sierra Land Trust as the Education Coordinator. The Member will begin service on December 3, 2012 and end on September 28, 2013. For position description Click Here! To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter and completed SNAP Application, found here. If you have any questions, please call 530-542-4546 x 303.

ESLT AmeriCorps member Victoria leads a field trip at Crowley Hilltop Preserve with ESLT Board President Tony Taylor.

Do you also love the Eastern Sierra and yearn to preserve the open and beautiful landscapes that define our region? Or do you know someone who does? Spread the word and apply now.