- Need a job and money for school?
- Looking to gain new skills?
- Interested in conservation?
- Work outdoors and help conserve Colorado’s parks and open space.
- Gain technical skills and earn certification working on trail construction and maintenance, fencing, noxious weed eradication, invasive species removal, and wildfire mitigation.
- Chainsaw crews earn an S-212 chansaw equivalancy certification.
- Change your life and gain skills for the next level.
- Earn a high school diploma.
- Get paid while serving on a construction site.
- Earn a college scholarship.
- Learn construction skills from industry professionals and gain industry-recognized credentials.
- Get career and college prep.
Mile High Youth Corps needs $20,000 to buy a new van and send our old friend Big Bird in to retirement.
Donate today at: https://beanstalkfoundation.org/fundraiser/mhyc-new-van-2016
All the great work Mile High Youth Corps does in the community relies on vans to take our Corpsmembers to job sites. Big Bird (as he was affectionately named by Corpsmembers) is ready to retire and drive off into the sunset, but someone needs to replace him.
Who will take the Corpsmembers to conserve our parks and public lands? Who will take crews and all their tools to construction sites to build homes for low-income families? Who will visit dozens of homes every week to retrofit them with energy and water saving devices? Please donate and help us spread the word to reach our $20,000 goal! For more Big Bird stories, visit us at Facebook.com/MileHighYouthCorps.
As much as we miss our Corpsmembers when they complete their service, it is always exciting to see where life will take them next. Johnny Fuenzalida, an AmeriCorps Leadership and Conservation (ACLC) Corpsmember, is an example of a Corpsmember...
The mission of Mile High Youth Corps (MHYC) is to help youth make a difference in themselves and their community through meaningful service opportunities and educational experiences. MHYC employs young adults, ages 16-24, on conservation...
Our Americorps Leadership & Conservation crews visited Boulder during their Summer of Service orientation training to learn about Leave No Trace ethics. One of our Corpsmembers, Mary, chose to share her impression of the course. ...