Alum’s Warrior Spirit Carries On

Every day we see the impacts of corps on the people we serve. But it’s a special treat when corps members take time to write to us about their corps experience and what they are up to now! Judy Wolfe, program manager at Boulder County Youth Corps, was delighted to receive the following note fromGo to Article

In the Works: Upcoming Colorado Parks & Wildlife Projects

Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) has allocated $500,000 to Colorado Parks & Wildlife to engage conservation corps on projects beginning July 1 (hey, that’s today!). The funding is part of an annual GOCO commitment totaling $1 million, of which half goes toward Local Government & Open Space corps projects. CYCA is excited to leverage this fundingGo to Article

The Corps Report | April 2019

A New Lease on Life Ben Lerner didn’t grow up in the outdoors. But after six months supporting Rocky Mountain National Park service projects with Larimer County Conservation Corps (LCCC), Ben, 28, feels he has “a new lease on life.” Born and raised in the New Jersey suburbs, Ben was accustomed to the complicated waysGo to Article

The Corps Report | Feb. 2019

Kyle Sullivan: From Corps Member to Mojave Trails Manager Corpsmember? Check. CYCA’s 2011 Corpsmember of the Year? Check. Master’s degree in environmental policy and management? Check. Internship with the Bureau of Land Management? Check. Permanent job with the BLM? Check! Kyle Sullivan’s career path couldn’t have been more direct. As an alum of Weld CountyGo to Article

Crew Leadership: Balancing Professionalism with Friendship

Rachel McKay didn’t set out to be a crew leader. Yet, when Western Colorado Conservation Corps (WCCC) offered her the position, she decided to step up for the challenge. “I saw this opportunity as a good growing experience. I wanted to test it out,” says Rachel. That drive to try something new was itself aGo to Article

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