Mile High Youth Corps is currently hiring for our Land Conservation program. These positions are available to young adults, ages 17 to 24. Corpsmembers have the opportunity to work on conservation and environmental stewardship projects throughout Denver Metro and Southern Front Range.
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Why work at MHYC? It gives you an opportunity to gain new job skills, give back to your community, and earn an education scholarship award. For more information call the Youth Jobs Hotline at 720.407.7281 ext. 325 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mile High Youth Corps (MHYC) improves communities and the lives of youth by helping young people serve in neighborhoods, public parks and open spaces throughout Metro Denver and the Southern Front Range. In the last year, the Corps had a significant impact throughout the state of Colorado:
SERVICE AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
MHYC employed, educated and trained over 140 young adults in 2012, 25 of whom earned their high school diploma or GED. Additionally, Corpsmembers earned nearly $260,000 in AmeriCorps education awards.
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