Mile High Youth Corps is currently hiring 18-24 year olds for our Energy and Water Conservation Programs. Apply here.
Both programs are a five month commitment in which youth work forty hours a week doing energy and water conservation in low-income homes and nonprofit organizations. Corpsmembers get paid an hourly wage and also receive an AmeriCorps Education Award upon completion of their term.
Energy Conservation Corpsmembers install energy-saving light bulbs and water-saving showerheads and sink aerators into client’s homes while educating them on the benefits of saving energy and water. Water Conservation Corpsmembers replace toilets that use 2.5 or more gallons of water per flush with water efficient toilets that use only one gallon per flush. All Corpsmembers recieve job rediness training and participate in service projects in the community.
Mile High Youth Corps is looking for hard working, committed youth to join our team and help make a difference in our commmunity. For more information visit our website www.milehighyouthcorps.org.