Making an impact has never been easier nor more rewarding.
GVC's range of environmental stewardship opportunities contributes to achieving healthy lands, healthy waters, and healthy communities within the Gunpowder Watershed.
Education & Restoration Programs Assistant (part-time): The Programs Assistant will
assist with several of our programs including reforestation, rain barrels, conservation garden installations, and outreach which occur throughout the Gunpowder watershed.
Please send a cover letter and resume to Program Director Darcy Herman with the subject line "Programs Assistant Application." Review of applications will begin immediately. For priority consideration, please apply by June 10, 2023.
Treasurer and Member, Board of Directors: This volunteer will serve a three-year term as Treasurer and a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee. Most work can occur on your own specific schedule. Meetings are mostly evenings and are a combination of remote and in
Please email your resume and cover letter to Kim Tucker, Executive Director, with the subject line "Board Treasurer Position Interest." Review of applications will begin immediately.
GVC Internships & Student Volunteer Placement
Reforestation and Forest Stewardship Micro-Internship: We have two openings for enthusiastic student volunteers to assist with our reforestation program. Please send a cover letter and resume to Kim Thomas
Diverse perspectives are needed to solve the complex issues our world faces. Gunpowder Valley Conservancy celebrates all aspects of diversity and welcomes applicants from all backgrounds, genders, sexual orientation, and abilities.
What our previous interns have said:
"GVC was my first job opportunity in the environmental field, in addition to my first leadership opportunity. The experiences that I gained during my two years working with them cemented my interest in the field and allowed me to take my first steps into becoming a leader. The GVC crew really does so much for communities in terms of both environmental stewardship and education. I can't think of a better non-profit to work for and look forward to seeing what they will do next."
Former GVC intern and crew leader
"I first heard about GVC when I was a sophomore at Towson University. What has kept my interest over the past few years is that it has provided me with so many opportunities to not only learn new things but to help make a difference. I drive through Loch Raven Reservoir and see trees I helped plant 3 years ago and it is a really good feeling."