It’s okay to ask for help. We live in a wonderful community that offers so many services. Although this is a full list of resources know that this is not a complete list, but this is a good place to start.
Crews have resumed their service following the levelling off of the spread of COVID-19. Crew 2 has been helping build fences out in Valle Vidal! Impressive work taking trees from the same land and making them into structures that will last a life time!
We recognize there is a lot of work that needs to be done as a country and within our society. RMYC plans to take a deep dive into our systems, processes and culture so that we may take any needed action to ensure that equal opportunities are provided to all members of our community regardless
Review the 2019 Annual Report to learn more about the diversity of our programs and the outcomes our Corpsmembers have produced in the 2018 – 2019 program year. Also take a look at our financials. We are proud to report that 84% of our revenues went directly to programming.
Read our interview with Carl Colonius, former Executive Director and one of the founders of RMYC. What inspired the creation of RMYC? I was 24 years old, riding my bike thru the Presidio in San Francisco on my daily trip to an internship at a law firm in Berkeley. My ride took me past youth
Meet Vidal Gonzales Another RMYC Success Story Vidal has always been a traditional pueblo person. As a young man growing up at Santa Clara Pueblo, he enjoyed working in the fields, hunting, fishing, and being outside. When he saw a flyer for a Corpsmember position, he thought RMYC could help him expand his personal interests