NOHVCC Offering OHV Scholarship at Marshall University
NOHVCC is once again offering a scholarship for a semester of the Marshall University OHV Recreation Management program.
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Applications Being Accepted for OHV Management Course Scholarship

If you are hoping to one day make a career out of the ATV and off-road industry (or just get more involved with your local club), the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) is currently taking applications for the Spring OHV Recreation Management Course at Marshall University.

The spring semester OHV Recreation Management courses are PLS 451/551: Planning and Design of OHV Parks; and PLS 453/553: Operation and Management of OHV Trails Systems. The information in these courses can be invaluable for both agency personnel as well as the enthusiasts. The winner of the scholarship will be able to choose one of the two offered courses for this spring’s semester.

The scholarship is being administered by the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council. The applications are due in the NOHVCC office on Dec. 23, 2011. NOHVCC will review the applications and choose a winner in the shortest amount of time possible. Spring courses begin Jan. 9, 2011.

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Scholarship Available for OHV Management Course
If you want to try to turn your love of ATVs and off-highway vehicles into a career or just learn more about the preservation and construction of trails, you…
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Two OHV-Related Jobs Available in Utah

According to a report from the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC), two OHV-related positions have been made available in Utah.

One position is in the Utah State Parks and Recreation and the second is in the US Forest Service.

The Utah Department of Natural Resources is seeking an Off-Highway Vehicle Program Manager. The position will be located In Salt Lake City in the Parks and Recreation Division. The incumbent is responsible for developing and managing the off-highway vehicle program for the Utah Division of State Parks and Recreation. Duties include:

  • Coordinating the Division’s OHV Education Program, the Division’s OHV Grant Program and the Division’s OHV Trail Development program by supervising staff and their work
  • Working with public land managing partners and private interests to develop, maintain, manage and promote summer and winter OHV opportunities statewide
  • Evaluating grant proposals and managing contracts; overseeing budgets
  • Working collaboratively with internal and external partners to accomplish statutory and program objectives
  • Working as part of the Division’s leadership team to direct the work of the agency

Information about this position can be found here.

Click below the jump for information on the second job opening.

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