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Newsletter 2017 Spring

GREETINGS RMYC PARTNERS! Once again, we are celebrating many successes as an organization and looking forward to a busy and exciting couple of months! I know many of us in the nonprofit world have been feeling uneasy about the proposed federal budget and the anticipated reductions in environmental conservation programs at the national level. I, […]

Newsletter 2016 Spring

Greetings RMYC Partners! Spring is in the air and this Corps is soaring! We havestarted the New Year off with some exciting news… We havere-initiated the After School Mentoring program. After along hiatus, due to a lack of funding, we have partneredwith Vista Grande High School and received a grant fromthe New Mexico Public Education […]

Newsletter 2014 Winter

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC) uses community service as a strategy to connect workforce development and economic development. Youth enrolled in RMYC programs receive employment experiences which foster personal and leadership, job skills, healthy decision making and community involvement.

Newsletter 2013 Spring

The crewmember experience at Rocky Mountain Youth Corps involves developing a connection to service on a national level. Our organization exposes cremembers to travel and experiences outside New Mexico; and in doing so, we strive to create the next generation of young adults who are committed to serving their community and the world.

Newsletter 2012 Spring

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is excited to be entering our 18th season in the field! On March 26th, FOUR Conservation Crews, began their term of service to address community and environmental needs in Northern New Mexico.

Newsletter 2011 Fall

“I’m honored to be invited to our nation’s capital to speak to the important work that RMYC is doing in New Mexico. Rural communities are extremely underserved, and the youth corps organizational model addresses multiple issues in a cost-effective, flexible manner.” — CARL COLONIUS