YCC Job Applications Open Through March 22

Family YMCA’s Youth Conservation Corps members work on local trail. Courtesy photo
Family YMCA’s Youth Conservation Corps members on Trail Day. Courtesy photo

YMCA News:

Job applications will be accepted until March 22 from youth ages 14 to 25 for hiring consideration with The Family YMCA’s Youth Conservation Corps. The program will employ up to 45 youth in part or full-time positions for work in the Jemez Mountains and Canyons.

The positions are based in the outdoors improving public footpaths. The Y is hiring local area youth from Pojoaque, Rio Arriba County and Los Alamos in fulfillment of a grant goal to build friendships among neighboring community youth.

Crew member wages pay $9.90/hr. The Y is also hiring two experienced Crew Leaders, which pays $11.90/hr.

Applications are available at the Española and Los Alamos Teen Centers, at the Y, 1450 Iris St. and online at http://www.laymca.org/ycc.shtml

No previous experience is necessary; however a strong work ethic is required.

Job descriptions and complete information is contained in the YCC employment packet, so interested participants should carefully review the packet.

Contact Community Programs Director Sylvan Argo at 662-3100, or via email at sargo@laymca.org.


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