Coed ages 11-18; 12 per group
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RMYC is one of over 100 member corps of The Corps Network, and is one of 8 accredited corps with the Colorado Youth Corps Association.
Service Learning Crew (SLC) is a youth community service program that provides education and experience in citizenship, volunteerism, community service, and self-development to Routt County youth ages 11-13 annually. SLC sessions are two weeks, Monday – Friday, generally seven hour days, with a camping experience on the last day. SLC provides entry-level job skills while enhancing the resiliency skills and personal development through experiential education and meaningful service projects for public benefit. The counties served in 2019 were Routt, Summit, and Lake.
Community Youth Crew (CYC) serves youth ages 14-15. Members are paid a modest wage while completing priority projects on public lands and engaging in the education curriculum. CYC sessions are two weeks, Monday – Friday, with the first week operating five 8-hour days, and the second week operating a residential, 24/7 camping experience. During the session, members live in tents and learn basic independent living skills while working on public lands projects during the day. The counties served in 2019 were Routt, Grand, Summit, Garfield, Rio Blanco, and Lake.
Regional Youth Crew (RYC) serves youth ages 16-18 years from throughout northwest Colorado. Members live and work 24/7 for the entire two-week session, becoming fully immersed in the experiential impact of the program. Like the SLC and CYC programs, members work for public land managers on service projects that benefit the general public. RYC members are also paid a wage, and some are eligible for AmeriCorps education awards for higher education. The counties served in 2019 were Garfield, Clear Creek, and Lake.
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