About Big Sky Watershed Corps
Big Sky Watershed Corps (BSWC) is an AmeriCorps program that places young professionals in Montana’s watershed communities to make a measurable difference in local conservation initiatives. Since its inception in 2011, the program has become a statewide success, with members making strides in watershed research, project planning and implementation, education and outreach, and community engagement. BSWC members are currently serving 34 different conservation organizations statewide. Check out the bios of this outstanding group of local conservationists here.
BSWC members serve from early January through mid-November each year. The BSWC Program accepts applications to host BSWC members in early summer for the following year. For more information about hosting a BSWC member at your organization, contact MWCC Watershed Programs Coordinator Terri Nichols at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Big Sky Watershed Corps is offered through a partnership with the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana, Montana Conservation Corps, and the Montana Watershed Coordination Council.
Interested in Becoming a Member?
“The Big Sky Watershed Corps program provided many unique opportunities for me to work alongside conservation professionals in Montana. The technical skills, professional development, and networking opportunities offered in the program opened new doors that elevated my career in ways I’d never expected. I’m fortunate to have discovered how to apply my passion into a lifelong career, and I appreciate the role BSWC played in jumpstarting my career.” —Ethan Kunard, MWCC Executive Director and former Water Programs Manager at Madison Conservation District
Select the link below to learn about positions with the Big Sky Watershed Corps program. The Montana Conservation Corps accepts applications year-round. Learn more about becoming a BSWC Member.