Rocky Mountain Youth Corps, in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Health, helps to reduce underage drinking, DWI and tobacco use among young people in Taos County. To accomplish our goals we raise awareness through media campaigns, support local businesses in reducing underage sales, and collaborate with other entities committed to substance abuse prevention
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is New Mexico’s largest AmeriCorps program, engaging 200 youth per year, ages 16-25. RMYC is honored to deploy six crews of 42 AmeriCorps members from Albuquerque and Taos to help communities in Florida recover from catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Irma. In partnership with FEMA, the Corporation for National and Community
We are now accepting applications for Spring crews! See the position description for a Crew Member in the Upper Rio Grande Program in Taos or a Crew Member in the Middle Rio Grande Program in Albuquerque for more details. Submit your application HERE. Applications are available at our Middle Rio
We are happy to release the Fall 2017 Newsletter featuring Women in Conservation at the Pathways Dinner & Auction, Disaster Relief Crews, and Introducing Jason Silva to RMYC. Download the entire Newsletter here.
Learning Lab Graduates for 2017! RMYC operates the Learning Lab Program as an integral part of juvenile justice and mental health services in Taos County. In partnership with Taos Municipal Schools, we provide temporary educational alternatives for youth who have been referred to the juvenile justice probation office or who are at high risk of
Career Speed Dating with the Urban Conservation Corps Career paths, like relationships, are sometimes intricate and convoluted things. Many young adults join RMYC looking for a stepping stone to a new opportunity, but are unsure what they’re stepping into or where to step next. In an effort to showcase the wide variety of careers in