| Wood River Land Trust Student Conservation Council
|Join our Student Conservation Council. Wood River Land Trust (WRLT) is looking for high school students, 16 yrs. or older, who would like to serve on our Student Conservation Council (SCC). Become an ambassador of land conservation by engaging peers in activities to restore nature in the Wood River Valley, while at the same time learning about the health of our rivers and lands (and even learning to fish with Lost River Outfitters!).|
Applications are due by January 15, 2013.
1. Fill in the application.
2. "Save As" a pdf and add your first initial and last name to the end of the document name.
3. Email the completed pdf to Daphne Muehle, email@example.com by January 15, 2013.
Applications can be downloaded from here.
Student Conservation Council Member - Job Description Overview:
• Loves and respects nature.
• Must be at least 16 years of age and currently enrolled in high school within Blaine County.
• Ability to work with minimal supervision and/or know when and where to receive assistance.
• Demonstrate appropriate behavior.
• Possess leadership and listening skills.
• Willing to promote WRLT’s conservation programs where ethics and honesty is valued.
• Committed to WRLT’s mission.
• Willing to hike a few miles and to learn to fish.
General Duties and Responsibilities: SCC members share responsibilities while acting in the interest of WRLT. Each member is expected to make recommendations based on his or her experience and vantage point in the community.
• Organize and formulate SCC policies and procedures, its directors, officers and committees.
• Adopt and manage the SCC’s annual budget.
• Search for methods and programs to improve WRLT’s SCC activities and undertakings.
• Review and evaluate SCC programs and policies.
• Promote SCC programs to the community.
• Raise funds for support of SCC programs.
• Develop and organize activities that involve our community’s youth in all aspects of the WRLT’s mission.
• Keep accurate records of meetings and activities, reporting on programs to the WRLT Board of Directors.
• Understand that all SCC plans, rules, schedules and activities are subject to the WRLT Board of Directors’ approval.
To learn more about the purpose of Wood River Land Trust's Student Conservation Council, download and read the "SCC Job Description."
For more information about the Student Conservation Council program, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Daphne Muehle, Director of Development, 208-788-3947. Send completed applications to Daphne Muehle via email or by regular mail to 119 E. Bullion St., Hailey, ID 83333.