Now Hiring Spring Conservation Crew Members!
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is now hiring young adults to serve as AmeriCorps members in our Spring Conservation Program. We will have crews in both Taos and Albuquerque starting in March. Crew members will earn First Aid and CPR certification, project-specific training such as Forest Worker Safety Certification or backcountry skills, as well as a number of other professional development topics. Benefits include a living stipend of $680 (before taxes) every two weeks, and an Education Award of $2,865 upon successful completion of the program.
To apply, you must be between the ages of 18-25 years old and not currently enrolled in school. Conservation crews will travel to work sites in an RMYC vehicle, camp for up to eight days, and complete project work as a team. This is a great opportunity for graduating students, students who have recently obtained a GED, young adults interested in conservation work, students transitioning to the workforce, or anyone looking for a meaningful experience with a group of peers.
Please see the following position descriptions for more information:
To apply, visit the following link:
Spring 2016 Conservation Program Corpsmember Application (fillable PDF)
Work safe! Take pride! Make a difference!