ACE offers a range of conservation programs for youth and adults to gain tangible skills while serving and exploring their communities.
ACE’s Crew program is designed for participants who are considering land and resource management as a career path or potential course of study. Project opportunities may include trail maintenance, habitat restoration, wildlife monitoring, and more! During a 3 or 6-month AmeriCorps service term, members are supported with cost of living allowances, food on projects, and free common housing on off days.
Emerging Professionals In Conservation (EPIC)
The Emerging Professionals in Conservation (EPIC) program provides recent college graduates with focused opportunities to develop and apply their resource management knowledge under the guidance of public land agency mentors. ACE EPIC operates in coalition with partners such as the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
ACE’s Conservation Volunteer program is open to both U.S. and international citizens interested in volunteering for 6 weeks or more in a variety of conservation projects. Our volunteers are supported with food, dormitory style housing, and opportunities to contribute to vital ecological restoration and recreation management projects.
Where We Work
ACE’s Emerging Professionals in Conservation (EPIC) program is based out of Salt Lake City, UT and operates nationwide. Regional and remote staff assist in member support as participants work with agency mentors on specialized projects across the country. For more information about the opportunities that EPIC provides, visit the EPIC program page or Apply Now.