OHS Grad Working in Maine for AmeriCorps
Jun 23, 2016 11:05AM ● Published by Steven Jack
The Maine Conservation Corps recently welcomed Kelsey Czajkowski of Oswego to serve on their Field Team as an AmeriCorps member for a 900 hour term of national service.
Czajkowski is 2012 graduate of OHS, and is the daughter of Joseph Czajkowski. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Loyola University.
As a member of the MCC Field Team, Czajkowski will complete various trail work projects throughout the state of Maine at various state parks and public lands.
Projects include remote backcountry hiking trails, local nature and walking paths, multi-use trails, as well as accessible pathways for wheelchair use. Some of the trail structures the MCC builds are stone staircases, timber bridges, boardwalks, bog bridging, and rock water bars.
Governor Paul R. LePage welcomed Czajkowski’s decision to enter into national service in Maine. "On behalf of the State of Maine, I would like to congratulate you on your commitment to serving Maine as a member of the Maine Conservation Corps," said Governor LePage. "The Maine Conservation Corps has done tremendous work making positive changes to our great State and Nation."
INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE MAIN CONSERVATION CORPS