The Housatonic Valley Association (HVA) is seeking applicants to fill three River Information & Outreach (RIO) Stewards positions, available for summer 2022. RIO Stewards will each weekend approximately 12 weeks (June 18 to September 4, 2022). Please note that start and end dates AND hours worked per work can be flexible – email us for details! The goal of the RIO program is to promote safe, sustainable, and equitable access to Housatonic river recreation areas in northwestern Connecticut.
The Housatonic Valley Association (HVA) is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to teach and lead a crew of high school youth on environmental restoration work and assist with outreach, education, and community events in the summer of 2022. This program has three goals that the Crew Leader will be responsible for: 1) Implementation of the Still River Watershed Plan; 2) Environmental education and career development for the youth in the program; and 3) Public outreac
The Housatonic Valley Association is currently hiring for a full-time Southern Valley Conservation Projects Manager. This person would be responsible for managing current projects and programs in the southern Connecticut portion of the Housatonic River watershed, as well as developing and maintaining partnerships, and developing ideas for new conservation efforts in the area.
HVA is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to teach and lead a crew of high school youth on environmental restoration work and assist with outreach, education, and community events in the summer of 2022.
Corazón Latino and HVA are seeking applicants for a Summer Fellowship position, based out of Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut. This position will require regular weekend work (workweeks will be made up of 2 weekend days and 3 midweek days). The duration of the Fellowship will be approximately 12 weeks, (June through August). (Please note that start and end dates can be flexible for the right candidate!).
HVA is seeking applicants for our River Stewards of Tomorrow Internship positions, available for summer 2022. River Stewards will work on a variety of projects related to water resource management, wildlife conservation, and land protection. River Stewards will be based out of the office in Stockbridge, Massachusetts office and work mainly in Berkshire County, with potentially work in Columbia County, New York and northwest Connecticut.
The Still River Connections Crew Leader will manage a team of youth as they learn about environmental stewardship and implement restoration projects in the Danbury (Connecticut) area. They will also play a key role in a rain garden project in which rain gardens will be installed at Habitat for Humanity homes and then will be maintained by the Connections crew throughout the summer. The Crew Leader may have the opportunity to work with other HVA seasonal staff on other education and outreach initiatives.