Mile High Youth Corps is currently hiring for several staff positions in both Denver and Colorado Springs. We'd love to heave you join our team! Positions include:
Welcome new Energy & Water and ACLC Corpsmembers! Orientation and training is over and now both crews will be out serving the community.
The Energy & Water Conservation program sends Corpsmembers into the community to do energy audits for low-income residents and nonprofit organizations. They work on small crews while gaining life skills and on-the-job training. Corpsmembers install compact fluorescent light bulbs, low-flow shower heads, high-efficiency toilets, and other energy and water saving measures. Corpsmembers also educate residents and community members on the environmental and financial benefits of conservation.
All of the Corpsmembers have had hands-on training around quality and safety in their work. They have also been given plenty of background knowledge on water and energy conservation, and our partnership with Xcel Energy and Denver Water, so they can educate clients and answer questions.
The Corpsmembers have also been on service learning projects at local nonprofits. Great job and thank you for representing Mile High Youth Corps in such a positive way!
Congratulations to Tyler Lee and Jorge Lomas, CYCA Corpsmembers of the Year!
The awards were given out February 2, 2015 at the Colorado State Capitol. Representing Youth Corps across Colorado, 10 young people received awards for their...
January 19, 2015: Mile High Youth Corps came together today to take part in the Martin Luther King Jr. Marade. To me, what I take away from these marches is that I am not only honoring the leader Martin Luther King Jr., but also highlighting and...
For more than 22 years, Mile High Youth Corps (MHYC) has been helping our youth improve themselves while improving their communities. MHYC’s Energy & Water Conservation programs prepare youth ages 18-24 to join the workforce. Corpsmembers...