By Maura Brady-McMullen | March 17, 2017
The Rocky Mountain Conservancy – High School Leadership Corps is an immersive 12-day experience, from June 5-16. Participants will camp in Rocky Mountain National Park for the duration of the experience. During the program, youth will complete service projects, engage in a variety of trainings related to career and personal development, and participate in experiential learning activities in RMNP. The experience will culminate with a picnic, and youth will be invited to reflect on their experience with Conservancy staff, NPS facilitators and their families.
The Conservancy will select 10 youth (ages 14-17) and two leaders to participate in the program. Leaders will facilitate the experience by teaching skills, supervising projects, and fostering individual growth.
Participants will receive a $500 stipend upon completion of the program. Additionally, the Rocky Mountain Conservancy provides housing (camping), work clothing, boots and gear for the experience. To learn more and to apply, please visit: https://rmconservancy.org/learn-us/high-school-leadership-corps/
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