Fall Crew Member Positions (Trail or Saw)
Posted: July 01, 2019
Location: Northwest Colorado
Time Commitment: Fall Term: Aug 22nd- Oct 19th, 2019 (Tentative end, weather/project dependent) ***Chainsaw Crew Members tentatively begin August 19th for Chainsaw Training
Projects may include a variety of trail construction/maintenance, fence construction/removal, invasive species removal, wild fire fuels reduction, habitat restoration and/or historic preservation work. During the Fall season there is the possible potential for disaster relief deployment.
Crews will Travel to projects, work and camp together 4-10 days at a time and then will return to the office and be ‘OFF’ for 2-6 days at a time. Some projects/logistics may require crews to operate in a 24/7 setting ‘summer model’ for a portion of the Fall. During your ‘OFF’ time you are responsible for your own food and lodging.
All corps members will participate in project work, daily camp chores, educational activities throughout the week, and weekend recreation (summer only). Spending a season with RMYC can be a life changing and rewarding experience. Successful candidates will demonstrate a commitment to service, diversity, self-development, and the team environment.
-Food Provided, lodging (camping), transportation, recreational and educational opportunities.
-S-212 Chainsaw Course and Certification available to Crew Members on a Chainsaw Crew.
Weekly living stipend of $370. RMYC collects a one time $75 registration fee to cover administrative costs. You have the choice to pay this fee with check/cash or you can opt to have it paid out of your first, full, two-week stipend. 300 Hour Segal Education Award ($1,252.91)