Take a look at what Corpsmembers accomplished in 2018. And a special thanks to all of our financial supporters. We cannot do what we do without your support.
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
Alumni Success Story from 2017Crew! “RMYC has gotten me closer to fulfilling my dream of working for the National Park Service. Due to the abundance and quality of experiences, trainings, certifications, and references from staff, my resume is quite competitive now. Because of this, I am receiving an increased amount of interest from potential employers.
Now Hiring for Spring 2017 Conservation Crews! AmeriCorps positions (apply online here or download a PDF application): Spring 2017 Crew Member – Middle Rio Grande (Albuquerque) Spring 2017 Crew Member – Upper Rio Grande (Taos) Spring 2017 Assistant Crew Supervisor – Middle Rio Grande (Albuquerque) Spring 2017 Assistant Crew Supervisor – Upper Rio Grande (Taos) Staff positions: Spring 2017 Middle Rio Grande Crew
In partnership with Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, Rocky Mountain Youth Corps has recruited six youth ambassadors whose mission is to inspire their community to learn about, and get out and appreciate, the wealth of public lands and recreation opportunities that the middle Rio Grande region has to offer. So far, they have been