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    Default Working in huts

    How does one get the chance to work in the huts along the AT?

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    The huts are run by the Appalachian Mountain Club. Their website is outdoors.org. I really don't know much more than that about their hiring process, but I know that they have calls for hut croo in their employment section.

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    You can apply for hut jobs online at outdoors.org. The croo at Greenleaf was talking to us about the process this year. The said that there were about 250 applicants this year. From these less than 100 got phone interviews and there were only about 12 spots to fill. Most of the croo comes back year after year and the previous members always get prescedence.
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