Conservation Corps Member Application

Thank you for your interest in working with Rocky Mountain Youth Corps, based in Northwest Colorado!

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer, drug free workplace and complies with ADA regulations. Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is committed to the inclusion of members with all levels of ability. Reasonable accommodations are available upon request. RMYC programs are available to all, without regard to age 40 and over, color, disability, gender identity, genetic information, military or veteran status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or any other applicable status protected by state or local law.

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
991 Captain Jack Drive
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Your Information

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Crew Preference
Our Conservation Corps has a variety of crews, each with a different focus. Please rate your level of interest for each type of crew: 1=high priority, 3=low priority. If you are uninterested in being considered for a certain type of crew please leave the boxes blank.

Fall crew types will be discussed during the interview.
1 (High) 2 (Medium) 3 (Low)
Disaster Relief
RMYC Crews may be provided an opportunity to deploy on a disaster relief assignment during your Service Term. This is an optional opportunity that commonly requires members to travel outside of Colorado and aide in various aspects of disaster recovery unrelated to conservation work.  Find more information on the AmeriCorps Website If you are interested more details will be discussed during the interview process.

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First Reference

Second Reference

Essential Job Functions
RMYC work is physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding. We largely operate on a 24/7 program model in a communal environment, while completing physically demanding project work in all types of weather conditions. Physical demands of the job can include swinging tools, heavy lifting, working in extreme weather conditions, and hiking with a backpack carrying personal gear/crew gear/tools for extended periods of time (typically 8-10 hours a day). 

Immigration and Employment Status

IMMIGRATION STATEMENT: Federal laws require that employers hire only individuals who are authorized to be lawfully employed in the United States. In compliance with such laws, Rocky Mountain Youth Corps will verify the status of every individual offered employment with the agency. All offers of employment are subject to verification of the applicant’s identity and employment authorization, and the applicant is responsible for submitting such documents as are required by law to verify their identification and employment authorization upon employment.
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