CDTC’s Development program strives to create innovative, engaging, and diverse strategies to support the growing needs of the organization. The person in this position will play a critical role in CDTC’s Development Team and will help directly support all of CDTC’s programs and operations along the 3,100-mile-long Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT). Application deadline is May 19. Learn more and apply
Field Technician – Colorado
The Continental Divide Trail Field Technician in Colorado will help implement and continue efforts for the Muddy Pass Gap Optimal Location Review process which will include trail design, resource evaluation and relationship building. The individual will increase coordination with land management agencies and provide on-the-ground support to help close the last remaining CDT gap in Colorado near Muddy Pass. Application deadline is May 8. Learn more apply here.
Stewards VISTA: Community Engagement Coordinator – Colorado
The Stewards VISTA will support communities trail wide and support Gateway Community Ambassadors and local chambers to increase resources available to the public. This position will raise awareness of the Continental Divide Trail by assisting with community outreach, supporting the CDT Gateway Community program, and developing trail information and marketing materials for dissemination to the public. Application deadline is May 8. Learn more apply here.
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We are always looking for volunteers. Whether you’re a master of the McLeod or have never done a day of trail work in your life, we hope you’ll join us in building and protecting the CDT. Learn more
CDTC is currently accepting applications for volunteer Gateway Community Ambassadors in the CDT Gateway Communities in the states of Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana. Click here to learn more about the program and to apply.