- Youth Services
- Larimer County Conservation Corps
- Positions and Descriptions
- Who We Are
- What We Do
- Get Involved
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Contact the Larimer County Conservation Corps
- Young Adult Workshops
- Young Adult Resources
Conservation Corps positions in Rocky Mountain National Park & Glen Haven still available!
For hiring detail view LCCC Recovery Crew Ad. In addition, we are hiring a microcrew in Glen Haven. All positions have the same eligibility requirements as posted in ad. Must have reliable transportation. For further information about the Glen Haven positions, please contact Jill at (970) 577-2140.
To apply: please go to: www.larimerworkforce.org/temporary-jobs
YouthLINK is a specific program designed to work with eligible youth, ages 16-21, in furthering their employment, education, & training goals. Paired with a Youth Career Specialist, you will design a career plan to support services that could include:
- Preparation for employment
- Internship Opportunities
- GED Preparation
- On-site tutoring
- Tuition Assistance
How do I get started for YouthLINK Services?
Determine if you are eligible
Eligible youth must meet ALL of the following criteria:
- Ages 16-21
- Low Income
- Face a challenge to employment
- Larimer County Resident
Attend a YouthLINK Orientation to learn more!
Complete the YouthLINK Program Application
(Given at Orientation)
Not sure? Call (970) 498-6608 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
YouthLINK Fast Track for High School Seniors!
Are you a high school senior on track to graduate May 2015 or sooner? Are you looking for work experience and scholarship opportunities?
If so, the Larimer County Youth Services team is offering job search assistance, paid internships and scholarship opportunities through the YouthLINK Fast Track Program. Call the Youth Services Line at (970) 498-6608 for more information about how to apply.
YouthLINK in Action
Youthlink Graduation January 2014
The YouthLINK Program is a federally funded program under the Workforce Investment Act