Workforce Board is hiring for two Houston-area Crew Leaders. The Student Conservation Association and Workforce Solutions is partnering with Houston Parks and Recreation to provide a youth conservation crew to establish an edible trail in Clinton Park during the Summer of 2018!
Program dates: July 16th- Aug 24th
Crew leader dates: July 9th- Aug 31st (one week of training and wrap-up each at start and end of program)
Location: Clinton Park in Houston
- Lead an SCA Conservation Crew with youth community members while completing various service projects designed to build an ethic of community and environmental stewardship and giving experience in and exposure to the youth in careers in conservation. Crews consist of two SCA Leaders and twelve Crew members.
- Priority Focus: Clinton Park is situated in a food desert outside of the 610 loop in eastern Houston in a predominantly urban neighborhood. The green space will be planted with native edible trees, shrubs, and vines and will serve as a “green hub” and eventual orchard and lath house to hold native prairie plants, a tree farm, and future community garden.
To apply: Email Marsha Towns with your resume and interest!
Partnership Director- Gulf Coast
Student Conservation Association