Are you interested in making a real difference that will help people and protect our natural resources? The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is currently accepting applications for Energy Corps AmeriCorps member positions in Arkansas.
Energy Corps members will be placed in host organizations in communities across the state to implement solutions for sustainable energy consumption. We are seeking enthusiastic individuals 18 and older who work well in a team environment, can relate to individuals from diverse backgrounds, have sound organizational skills, and have a strong interest in energy conservation and community development.
Energy Corps AmeriCorps members provide hands-on energy efficiency assistance and conduct energy education activities. The Energy Corps collaborates with a variety of community partnerships and entities including non-profit organizations, energy agencies, local governments and public institutions.
Energy Corps members will be eligible for a living allowance, an education award for college, health insurance, child care assistance and the opportunity for professional development in green-collar career pathways.
The Energy Corps AmeriCorps project is an initiative of NCAT in cooperation with the Arkansas Service Commission and the Corporation for National and Community Service. The project addresses community energy needs by promoting sustainable energy consumption and education, fostering community sustainability and helping mitigate the effects of global climate change.
For more information about available positions and to apply online, visit www.energycorps.org/positions.php
Since 1976, the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) has been helping people by championing small-scale, local and sustainable solutions to reduce poverty, promote healthy communities and protect natural resources. In partnership with businesses, organizations, individuals and agricultural producers, NCAT is working to advance solutions that will ensure the next generation inherits a world that has clean air and water, energy production that is efficient and renewable, and healthy foods grown with sustainable practices. More information about its programs and services is available at www.ncat.org or by calling 1-800-ASK-NCAT.