NPB Youth Employment Opportunities
Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) is a summer youth employment program that engages young people in meaningful work experiences at national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, and fish hatcheries while developing an ethic of environmental stewardship and civic responsibility.
Hill to Harbor Corps - Application closed
Hill to Harbor Corps is a summer youth employment opportunity for youth 15-18 years old. As members of the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC), youth are immersed in a team setting working alongside park staff to facilitate summer recreation camps for local organizations and public engagement activities.
Storytellers in Parks - Application closed
Storytellers in Parks is a youth employment opportunity, for youth 15-18 years old, that focuses on sights, sounds, and stories of Boston's diverse history, landscapes, and communities. Youth develop skills in video, photo, and audio production tools and techniques with an emphasis on digital storytelling and historical research of the parks.
PLACE Fellowship - check back in fall 2023!
The Public Lands and Career Exploration (PLACE) Fellowship is a youth employment opportunity with the National Parks of Boston. The PLACE Fellowship empowers fellows with the skills and knowledge to successfully find and pursue careers that excite them, and fellows’ feedback is used to revise the program. Over the course of the fellowship, participants build a more complete understanding of career opportunities by exploring a range of regional parks and programs, learning professional skills, and building valuable connections with park staff.