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Big Bear Discovery Center Jobs

The Southern California Mountains Foundation (SCMF) is seeking highly motivated and energetic people to assist with interpretive and education programs at the Big Bear Discovery Center and throughout the San Bernardino National Forest.  These jobs are being offered through SCMF’s Urban Conservation Corps (UCC) which offers young men and women (18-25 year olds) the chance to serve in the local mountains and work in environmental conservation settings that increase their job readiness. Current employment opportunities include a Customer Service Representative, Forest Resource Monitor, Discovery Center Recycling Coordinator and Custodian, and multiple Corpsmember positions to lead nature walks and eco-tours.  We are also recruiting individuals’ ages 18-25 years old to join our Americorps program, based out of San Bernardino, to perform forest restoration work. The Southern California Mountains Foundation (1) supports youth development through conservation initiatives integrating environmental education, training and hands-on service projects; (2) protects our natural resources through adult and…
Categories: Current Posts , Discovery Center , Urban Conservation Corps

New Job Openings at the Big Bear Discovery Center

Southern California Mountains Foundation Job Opportunities Big Bear, Calif.,  April 21, 2017 – The Southern California Mountains Foundation (SCMF) is seeking 9 highly motivated and energetic people to assist with interpretive and education programs at the Big Bear Discovery Center and throughout the San Bernardino National Forest.  These jobs are being offered through SCMF’s Urban Conservation Corps (UCC) which offers young men and women (18-25 year olds) the chance to serve in the local mountains and work in environmental conservation settings that increase their job readiness. Current employment opportunities include an Environmental Education and Program Coordinator, a Forest Resource Monitor, a Customer Service Representative, a Children’s Forest Site Leader, Discovery Center Custodian, and multiple Corpsmembers to lead nature walks and eco-tours.  We also are recruiting individuals’ ages 18-25 years old to join our Americorps program, based out of San Bernardino, to perform forest restoration work. The Southern California Mountains Foundation (1)…
Categories: Current Posts , Children's Forest , Discovery Center , Urban Conservation Corps

Seeking Americorps Participants

Are You Ready to Make a Difference? Do you want to help protect and restore the San Bernardino National Forest? When you join the Southern California Mountains Foundation Urban Conservation AmeriCorps program, you use your energy, ideals, and talents to help protect natural resources. Plus, you’ll earn money for education, learn to be a leader, and gain real job skills. The Southern California Mountains Foundation Urban Conservation Corps AmeriCorps program is now recruiting 27  individuals ages 18-25 years old with a “I can do it attitude” that want to serve for 6 months on a service crew that will help restore and protect the San Bernardino National Forest. AmeriCorps service crew members will provide wildfire disaster mitigation services that will target some of the most hazardous areas on the San Bernardino National Forest that are at the highest risk of wildfires due to the current drought…
Categories: Current Posts , Urban Conservation Corps

Cesar Chavez Day

Cesar Chavez Day Observed at local Bobby Vega Park San Bernardino, Calif. – March 22, 2017 -- The Southern California Mountains Foundation (SCMF) is pleased to announce that it will be celebrating the legacy of Cesar Chavez Day by planting a memorial garden at the local Bobby Vega Park in San Bernardino. Since 1992 the Mountains Foundation has worked to inspire and engage individuals from all walks of life in environmental citizenship.  Stacy Gorin, Executive Officer, Southern California Mountains Foundation states, “We believe that connecting communities to our public lands is key to their survival.  Through the Southern California Mountains Foundation’s six programs and an army of volunteers, we work to steward the places you love to play and provide a workforce development program for underserved youth in conservation based fields.” On March 31, we will be celebrating Cesar Chavez day, while also honoring one of our own, Bobby Vega, whom…
Categories: Current Posts , Urban Conservation Corps