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The Earth Conservation Corps Opportunities

To empower our endangered youth to reclaim the Anacostia River, their communities and their lives.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Education Coordinator – Civic Justice Corps Program

About The Earth Conservation Corps

Earth Conservation Corps is a nonprofit youth development and environmental service organization located where the heavily polluted Anacostia River flows through our nation’s capital’s most disadvantaged communities. Since 1992 we have been successfully reclaiming two of America’s most endangered resources — our youth and our environment.

We use the challenge and promise of restoring the Anacostia River to engage unemployed community youth in environmental education, conservation and community service activities. A small but highly trained staff provides youth, ages 16-24 with the leadership, workforce skills and environmental expertise to empower them to engage thousands of school children and adults in the restoration of the Anacostia River and surrounding communities.

For more information about the Earth Conservation Corps visit our website at http://www.ecc1.org.

The Civic Justice Corps Program
Currently operating at 20 sites nationwide, the Civic Justice Corps (CJC) program demonstrates the effectiveness of service for reengaging formerly incarcerated, court involved and other young people who are not working or not in school. From California to Wisconsin to Florida, CJC reaches young people who accept the challenge to serve and the opportunity to turn their lives around.
Learn more about the Civic Justice Corps program through our recent publication: Civic Justice Corps: Transforming Reentry Through Service available on The Corps Network website: (http://corpsnetwork.org/images/pdfs/publications/civic_justice_corps_transforming_reentry _through_service_comp.pdf).

About The Position
The Earth Conservation Corps has recently been awarded $1.5 million funding from The Corps Network to be one of six sites across the country to create a standardized CJC program model that will involve the development of more rigorous data collection practices and analysis of established metrics. The ECC will work with team members from TCN and its partners who will lead development of the program model and work directly with the other five Corps programs in high-poverty, high-incarceration communities across the country to re-engage 600 young people (100 per site) who are currently or formerly incarcerated, court involved and/or not working or not in school. CJC is a rigorous service learning model through which Corps members’ education, life skills development and career preparation are fully integrated into concrete, visible and valuable community improvement projects focused on energy efficiency, climate mitigation, conservation and community health and wellness.

The Earth Conservation Corps seeks an Education Coordinator to lead a local CJC team consisting of an Education Coordinator, Data Collection & Program Evaluation Coordinator, Case Management & Workforce Development Specialist and three Crew Leaders. The Program Director will lead the local effort on behalf of corps members to reduce the risk of recidivism, maximize corps member retention, education, credentials and/or gainful employment.

Specifically, the Education Coordinator will provide leadership, coordination and day-to-day management of the program including the following responsibilities:

Major duties and responsibilities

  • Work closely with National Education Coordinator to ensure the development, promotion, coordination, integration and fidelity of the local education curriculum.
  • Coordinate with local high schools, community colleges, colleges/universities and other institutions that award credentials (e.g., GED, high school diploma or postsecondary degrees and certificates) to arrange for corps members to earn credit.
  • Responsible for the implementation of both general service learning curriculum and its integration into individual participant service learning plans for Corps members.
  • Promote the local development of a Community of Practice among community based organizations and identified local community college partners.
  • Work with National CJC Team to foster Community of Practice among local youth and juvenile justice stakeholders and community based organizations.
  • Support the National CJC Team to develop and implement successful dissemination strategies to CJC partners, funders and other key stakeholders.
  • Serve directly as mentor and role model to individual corps members to ensure their long-term success.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, education, youth development or related field (experience in administration preferred; education certification preferred)
  • Experience of at least 2 – 3 years in education programming, particularly focused on current or formerly incarcerated, court involved youth and other youth that are not working or not in school
  • Experience planning, implementing, integrating and managing education curriculums associated with individual service projects involving diverse stakeholders including funders, advisory board members, and other key partners
  • Understanding and familiarity of performance measures and outcomes associated with prison reentry, educational gains, workforce development, and national service programming
  • Strong ability and significant experience engaging young people
  • Background working in communities and with community based organizations and not-for profits
  • Exceptional presentation, facilitation, and communications skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills; multilingual abilities (strongly preferred)
  • Demonstrated ability to work in team setting; ability to manage up and manage down with other staff
  • Strong knowledge of local educational resources
  • Experience interfacing with criminal justice stakeholders and interacting with reentry and court-involved populations
  • Experience in service learning as a strategy for reengaging young people
  • The ability to actively listen and synthesize disparate viewpoints into a shared vision
  • Excellent research and analytical skills
  • A strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Flexibility to occasionally work some evenings and weekends
  • Capacity to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
  • Must have a good sense of humor and have composure working with a diverse group of individuals

Compensation: Commensurate with experience with excellent benefits
To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume to:

Annette L. Gantt
President & CEO
Earth Conservation Corps
2000 Half Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
agantt@ecc1.org

(202) 479-9509 (fax)
(No Phone Calls Please)

Deadline: November 10th

The Earth Conservation Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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JOB DESCRIPTION
Program Director – Civic Justice Corps Program

About The Earth Conservation Corps
Earth Conservation Corps is a nonprofit youth development and environmental service organization located where the heavily polluted Anacostia River flows through our nation’s capital’s most disadvantaged communities. Since 1992 we have been successfully reclaiming two of America’s most endangered resources — our youth and our environment.

We use the challenge and promise of restoring the Anacostia River to engage unemployed community youth in environmental education, conservation and community service activities. A small but highly trained staff provides youth, ages 16-24 with the leadership, workforce skills and environmental expertise to empower them to engage thousands of school children and adults in the restoration of the Anacostia River and surrounding communities.

For more information about the Earth Conservation Corps visit our website at http://www.ecc1.org.

The Civic Justice Corps Program
Currently operating at 20 sites nationwide, the Civic Justice Corps (CJC) program demonstrates the effectiveness of service for reengaging formerly incarcerated, court involved and other young people who are not working or not in school. From California to Wisconsin to Florida, CJC reaches young people who accept the challenge to serve and the opportunity to turn their lives around.

Learn more about the Civic Justice Corps program through our recent publication: Civic Justice Corps: Transforming Reentry Through Service available on The Corps Network website: (http://corpsnetwork.org/images/pdfs/publications/civic_justice_corps_transforming_reentry _through_service_comp.pdf).

About The Position
The Earth Conservation Corps has recently been awarded $1.5 million funding from The Corps Network to be one of six sites across the country to create a standardized CJC program model that will involve the development of more rigorous data collection practices and analysis of established metrics. The ECC will work with team members from TCN and its partners who will lead development of the program model and work directly with the other five Corps programs in high-poverty, high-incarceration communities across the country to re-engage 600 young people (100 per site) who are currently or formerly incarcerated, court involved and/or not working or not in school. CJC is a rigorous service learning model through which Corps members’ education, life skills development and career preparation are fully integrated into concrete, visible and valuable community improvement projects focused on energy efficiency, climate mitigation, conservation and community health and wellness.

The Earth Conservation Corps seeks a Program Director to lead a local CJC team consisting of an Education Coordinator, Data Collection & Program Evaluation Coordinator, Case Management & Workforce Development Specialist and three Crew Leaders. The Program Director will lead the local effort on behalf of corps members to reduce the risk of recidivism, maximize corps member retention, education, credentials and/or gainful employment.

Specifically, the Program Director will provide leadership, coordination and day-to-day management of the program including the following responsibilities:

  • Ensure the promotion, coordination and integration of direct education, mentoring and supervision of corps members as they take part in service learning programming.
  • Confirm the implementation of both general service learning curriculum and implementation of individual participant service learning plans for Corps members.
  • Certify that the CJC program meets all performance benchmarks established for the program.
  • Directly responsible for the recruitment, training, management, of an external mentoring program, as well as for the retention and rewarding of mentors for the program.
  • Promote targeted collaboration with local organizations and agencies focused on Juvenile Justice and Prisoner Reentry.
  • Maintain communication with community, state and local agencies and organizations along with other referral partners.
  • Responsible for strategic growth of the CJC program by working with The Corps Network and the National CJC Team to identify local foundations, funding streams and other local development opportunities.
  • Represent the Earth Conservation Corps on local advisory committees and other working groups.
  • Collaborate with the National CJC Team to foster Community of Practice among local youth and juvenile justice stakeholders and community based organizations.
  • Collaborate with National CJC Team to develop print and web-based resources to promote and advance the CJC model and program.
  • Help identify and coordinate appropriate trainings for local CJC staff.
  • Collaborate with the National CJC Team to develop and implement successful dissemination strategies to CJC partners, funders and other key stakeholders.
  • Serve directly as mentor and role model to individual corps members to ensure their long-term success.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, education, youth development or related field (experience in administration preferable).
  • Experience of at least 2 – 3 years in workforce development and education programming, particularly focused on current or formerly incarcerated, court involved youth and other youth that are not working or not in school
  • Experience planning, implementing and managing programs and individual service projects involving diverse stakeholders including funders, advisory board members, and other key partners
  • Two or more years of progressively responsible program management experience requiring independent decision making
  • Understanding and familiarity of performance measures and outcomes associated with prison reentry, educational gains, workforce development, and national service programming
  • Strong ability and significant experience engaging young people
  • Background working in communities and with community based organizations and not-for profits
  • Exceptional presentation, facilitation, and communications skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills; multilingual abilities (strongly preferred)
  • Demonstrated ability to work in team setting; ability to manage up and manage down with other staff
  • Strong knowledge of local community resources
  • Experience interfacing with criminal justice stakeholders and interacting with reentry and court-involved populations
  • Experience in service learning as a strategy for reengaging young people
  • The ability to actively listen and synthesize disparate viewpoints into a shared vision
  • Excellent research and analytical skills
  • A strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Flexibility to occasionally work some evenings and weekends
  • Capacity to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
  • Must have a good sense of humor and have composure working with a diverse group of individuals

Compensation: Commensurate with experience with excellent benefits
To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume to:

Annette L. Gantt
President & CEO
Earth Conservation Corps
2000 Half Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
agantt@ecc1.org
(202) 479-9509 (fax)
(No Phone Calls Please)

Deadline: November 10th
The Earth Conservation Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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JOB DESCRIPTION
Case Management & Workforce Development Specialist: Civic Justice Corps Program

About The Earth Conservation Corps
Earth Conservation Corps is a nonprofit youth development and environmental service organization located where the heavily polluted Anacostia River flows through our nation’s capital’s most disadvantaged communities. Since 1992 we have been successfully reclaiming two of America’s most endangered resources — our youth and our environment.

We use the challenge and promise of restoring the Anacostia River to engage unemployed community youth in environmental education, conservation and community service activities. A small but highly trained staff provides youth, ages 16-24 with the leadership, workforce skills and environmental expertise to empower them to engage thousands of school children and adults in the restoration of the Anacostia River and surrounding communities.

For more information about the Earth Conservation Corps visit our website at http://www.ecc1.org.

The Civic Justice Corps Program
Currently operating at 20 sites nationwide, the Civic Justice Corps (CJC) program demonstrates the effectiveness of service for reengaging formerly incarcerated, court involved and other young people who are not working or not in school. From California to Wisconsin to Florida, CJC reaches young people who accept the challenge to serve and the opportunity to turn their lives around.
Learn more about the Civic Justice Corps program through our recent publication: Civic Justice Corps: Transforming Reentry Through Service available on The Corps Network website: (http://corpsnetwork.org/images/pdfs/publications/civic_justice_corps_transforming_reentry _through_service_comp.pdf).

About The Position
The Earth Conservation Corps has recently been awarded $1.5 million funding from The Corps Network to be one of six sites across the country to create a standardized CJC program model that will involve the development of more rigorous data collection practices and analysis of established metrics. The ECC will work with team members from TCN and its partners who will lead development of the program model and work directly with the other five Corps programs in high-poverty, high-incarceration communities across the country to re-engage 600 young people (100 per site) who are currently or formerly incarcerated, court involved and/or not working or not in school. CJC is a rigorous service learning model through which Corps members’ education, life skills development and career preparation are fully integrated into concrete, visible and valuable community improvement projects focused on energy efficiency, climate mitigation, conservation and community health and wellness.

The Earth Conservation Corps seeks a Case Management/Workforce Development Specialist to lead a local CJC team consisting of an Education Coordinator, Data Collection & Program Evaluation Coordinator, Case Management & Workforce Development Specialist and three Crew Leaders. The Program Director will lead the local effort on behalf of corps members to reduce the risk of recidivism, maximize corps member retention, education, credentials and/or gainful employment.

Specifically, the Case Management/Workforce Development Specialist will provide leadership, coordination and day-to-day management of the program including the following responsibilities:

Major duties and responsibilities

  • Collaborate closely with the National CJC Team to identify, modify and implement local case-management protocols and systems throughout the ECC’s CJC program.
  • Collaborate with National CJC Team to incorporate knowledge and resources gained through the ECC’s programming into appropriate information system.
  • Ensure the implementation and fidelity of local service learning, service learning projects and education curriculum.
  • Collaborate with the National CJC Team to develop and implement successful dissemination strategies to CJC partners, funders and other key stakeholders.
  • Serve directly as mentor and role model to individual corps members to ensure their long-term success.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Two-year degree in social work, education, youth development or related field with at least 5 years experience. Bachelor’s degree in social work, education, youth development or related field, and experience in administration preferred.
  • Experience of at least 2 – 3 years in case management and workforce development, particularly focused on current or formerly incarcerated, court involved youth and other youth that are not working or not in school
  • Experience planning, implementing, integrating and managing case management systems associated with individual service projects involving diverse stakeholders including funders, advisory board members, and other key partners
  • Significant workforce development experience specifically for reentry populations
  • Understanding and familiarity of performance measures and outcomes associated with prison reentry, educational gains, workforce development, and national service programming
  • Strong ability and significant experience engaging young people
  • Background working in communities and with community based organizations and not-for profits
  • Exceptional presentation, facilitation, and communications skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills; multilingual abilities (strongly preferred)
  • Demonstrated ability to work in team setting; ability to manage up and manage down with other staff
  • Experience interfacing with criminal justice stakeholders and interacting with reentry and court-involved populations
  • Experience in service learning as a strategy for reengaging young people
  • Excellent research and analytical skills
  • A strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Flexibility to occasionally work some evenings and weekends
  • Capacity to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
  • Must have a good sense of humor and have composure working with a diverse group of individuals

Compensation: Commensurate with experience with excellent benefits
To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume to:

Annette L. Gantt
President & CEO
Earth Conservation Corps
2000 Half Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
agantt@ecc1.org
(202) 479-9509 (fax)
(No Phone Calls Please)

Deadline: November 10th
The Earth Conservation Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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JOB DESCRIPTION
Crew Leader – Civic Justice Corps Program

About The Earth Conservation Corps
Earth Conservation Corps is a nonprofit youth development and environmental service organization located where the heavily polluted Anacostia River flows through our nation’s capital’s most disadvantaged communities. Since 1992 we have been successfully reclaiming two of America’s most endangered resources — our youth and our environment.

We use the challenge and promise of restoring the Anacostia River to engage unemployed community youth in environmental education, conservation and community service activities. A small but highly trained staff provides youth, ages 16-24 with the leadership, workforce skills and environmental expertise to empower them to engage thousands of school children and adults in the restoration of the Anacostia River and surrounding communities.

For more information about the Earth Conservation Corps visit our website at http://www.ecc1.org.

The Civic Justice Corps Program
Currently operating at 20 sites nationwide, the Civic Justice Corps (CJC) program demonstrates the effectiveness of service for reengaging formerly incarcerated, court involved and other young people who are not working or not in school. From California to Wisconsin to Florida, CJC reaches young people who accept the challenge to serve and the opportunity to turn their lives around.

Learn more about the Civic Justice Corps program through our recent publication: Civic Justice Corps: Transforming Reentry Through Service available on The Corps Network website: (http://corpsnetwork.org/images/pdfs/publications/civic_justice_corps_transforming_reentry _through_service_comp.pdf).

About The Position
The Earth Conservation Corps has recently been awarded $1.5 million funding from The Corps Network to be one of six sites across the country to create a standardized CJC program model that will involve the development of more rigorous data collection practices and analysis of established metrics. The ECC will work with team members from TCN and its partners who will lead development of the program model and work directly with the other five Corps programs in high-poverty, high-incarceration communities across the country to re-engage 600 young people (100 per site) who are currently or formerly incarcerated, court involved and/or not working or not in school. CJC is a rigorous service learning model through which Corps members’ education, life skills development and career preparation are fully integrated into concrete, visible and valuable community improvement projects focused on energy efficiency, climate mitigation, conservation and community health and wellness.

The Earth Conservation Corps seeks three Crew Leaders to lead a local CJC team consisting of an Education Coordinator, Data Collection & Program Evaluation Coordinator, Case Management & Workforce Development Specialist and three Crew Leaders. The Program Director will lead the local effort on behalf of corps members to reduce the risk of recidivism, maximize corps member retention, education, credentials and/or gainful employment.

Specifically, the Crew Leader will provide leadership, coordination and day-to-day management of the program including the following responsibilities:

Major duties and responsibilities

  • Responsible for the promotion, coordination and integration of direct education, mentoring and supervision of corps members as they take part in service learning programming.
  • Oversee implementation of both general service learning curriculum and implementation of individual participant service learning plans.
  • Serve as key point person working with corps members to achieve educational outcomes as part of individualized plan and as part of the service learning project(s)
  • Supervise and manage service learning projects and projects sites and drive projects to successful completion.
  • Serve as liaison between CJC and criminal justice representatives (i.e., corrections, parole and probation staff).
  • Monitor youth attendance, academic progress, behavior and performance and address problems and potential problems.
  • Conduct assessment of corps member interests, assets, achievements, challenges and needs.
  • Maintain communication with community, state and local agencies and organizations along with other referral partners.
  • Participate in trainings and meetings as directed by Education Coordinator and other CJC local supervisory staff.
  • Provide programmatic data and reports to Data Collection & Program Evaluation Coordinator and other supervisory staff.
  • Support Education Coordinator, Case Management & Workforce Development Specialist and other supervisory staff.
  • Serve directly as mentor and role model to individual corps members to ensure their long-term success.
  • Collaborate with the National CJC Team to develop and implement successful dissemination strategies to CJC partners, funders and other key stakeholders.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Two-year degree in social work, education, youth development or related field with at least 5 years experience. Bachelor’s degree in social work, education, youth development or related field, and experience in administration preferred.
  • At least 2 years experience working with currently and formerly incarcerated, court-involved and other young people who are not working or not in school
  • Strong ability and significant experience engaging young people
  • Background working in communities and with community based organizations and not-for profits
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills; multilingual abilities (strongly preferred)
  • Demonstrated ability to work in team setting; ability to manage up and manage down with other staff
  • Strong knowledge of local community resources
  • Experience interfacing with criminal justice stakeholders and interacting with reentry and court-involved populations
  • Experience or substantial interest in service learning as a strategy for reengaging young people
  • The ability to actively listen and synthesize disparate viewpoints into a shared vision
  • Flexibility to occasionally work some evenings and weekends
  • A strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Capacity to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
  • Must have a good sense of humor and have composure working with a diverse group of individuals

Compensation: Commensurate with experience with excellent benefits

To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume to:

Annette L. Gantt
President & CEO
Earth Conservation Corps
2000 Half Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
agantt@ecc1.org
(202) 479-9509 (fax)
(No Phone Calls Please)

Deadline: November 10th

The Earth Conservation Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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JOB DESCRIPTION
Data Collection & Program Evaluation Coordinator – Civic Justice Corps Program

About The Earth Conservation Corps

Earth Conservation Corps is a nonprofit youth development and environmental service organization located where the heavily polluted Anacostia River flows through our nation’s capital’s most disadvantaged communities. Since 1992 we have been successfully reclaiming two of America’s most endangered resources — our youth and our environment.

We use the challenge and promise of restoring the Anacostia River to engage unemployed community youth in environmental education, conservation and community service activities. A small but highly trained staff provides youth, ages 16-24 with the leadership, workforce skills and environmental expertise to empower them to engage thousands of school children and adults in the restoration of the Anacostia River and surrounding communities.

For more information about the Earth Conservation Corps visit our website at http://www.ecc1.org.

The Civic Justice Corps Program

Currently operating at 20 sites nationwide, the Civic Justice Corps (CJC) program demonstrates the effectiveness of service for reengaging formerly incarcerated, court involved and other young people who are not working or not in school. From California to Wisconsin to Florida, CJC reaches young people who accept the challenge to serve and the opportunity to turn their lives around.

Learn more about the Civic Justice Corps program through our recent publication: Civic Justice Corps: Transforming Reentry Through Service available on The Corps Network website: (http://corpsnetwork.org/images/pdfs/publications/civic_justice_corps_transforming_reentry _through_service_comp.pdf).

About The Position

The Earth Conservation Corps has recently been awarded $1.5 million funding from The Corps Network to be one of six sites across the country to create a standardized CJC program model that will involve the development of more rigorous data collection practices and analysis of established metrics. The ECC will work with team members from TCN and its partners who will lead development of the program model and work directly with the other five Corps programs in high-poverty, high-incarceration communities across the country to re-engage 600 young people (100 per site) who are currently or formerly incarcerated, court involved and/or not working or not in school. CJC is a rigorous service learning model through which Corps members’ education, life skills development and career preparation are fully integrated into concrete, visible and valuable community improvement projects focused on energy efficiency, climate mitigation, conservation and community health and wellness.

The Earth Conservation Corps seeks a Data Collection & Program Evaluation Coordinator to lead a local CJC team consisting of an Education Coordinator, Data Collection & Program Evaluation Coordinator, Case Management & Workforce Development Specialist and three Crew Leaders. The Program Director will lead the local effort on behalf of corps members to reduce the risk of recidivism, maximize corps member retention, education, credentials and/or gainful employment.

Specifically, the Data Collection & Program Evaluation Coordinator will provide leadership, coordination and day-to-day management of the program including the following responsibilities:

Major duties and responsibilities

  • Work closely with the National CJC Team to facilitate timely and accurate compliance with all local reporting protocols and grant requirements
  • Ensure the fidelity of all local data collection processes and grant performance documentation
  • Facilitate the development of monthly data reporting protocols and the dissemination of appropriate program evaluation to both National CJC Team and local CJC management staff
  • Support the National CJC Team to develop and implement successful dissemination strategies to CJC partners, funders and other key stakeholders.
  • Serve directly as mentor and role model to individual corps members to ensure their long-term success.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree (experience in administration strongly preferred)
  • Experience of at least 2 years in programmatic data collection and program evaluation associated with workforce development, service learning focused on reentry populations
  • Experience developing and implementing program evaluation policies, protocols and assessment tools associated with non-profit or community based organizations, individual service projects involving diverse stakeholders including funders, advisory board members, and other key partners
  • Understanding and familiarity of performance measures and outcomes associated with prison reentry, educational gains, workforce development, and national service programming
  • Strong presentation, facilitation, and communications skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills; multilingual abilities (strongly preferred)
  • Demonstrated ability to work in team setting; ability to manage up and manage down with other staff
  • Experience interfacing with criminal justice stakeholders and interacting with reentry and court-involved populations
  • Excellent research and analytical skills
  • A strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Flexibility to occasionally work some evenings and weekends
  • Capacity to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
  • Must have a good sense of humor and have composure working with a diverse group of individuals

Compensation: Commensurate with experience with excellent benefits

To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume to:

Annette L. Gantt
President & CEO
Earth Conservation Corps
2000 Half Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
agantt@ecc1.org
(202) 479-9509 (fax)
(No Phone Calls Please)

Deadline: November 10th

The Earth Conservation Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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