Roll up your sleeves.
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps is a non-profit organization with the mission to take action and build community by working and learning together with the land. We’ve been bringing young people together, and into the outdoors, since 1985. We take action on water quality, forest health, sustainable agriculture and food access, trails, and outdoor recreation infrastructure.
paid to participants
Take Action. Build Community. Care for the Land. Get Paid.
Are you 15 or older, looking for a job you’ll never forget? Join VYCC to work outdoors in summer (and spring/fall) positions. We can’t wait to meet you!
Provide people with the resources they need to be safe and comfortable, and they will be driven by their own interests and motivation to learn. I’m shaping my ideas of leadership. This is my opportunity. I love it– Jing, she/her, Conservation Member & Leader
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Create paid service experiences for young adults. Support healthier forests and water across Vermont. Improve food access across northern Vermont. And so much more. Your generosity is what makes our work–and its impact–possible!
WCAX Visits the East Monitor Barn for Open Farm Week
VYCC had a blast hosting 15 inquisitive participants on campus as part of Open Farm Week on AugustRead more
Our Work Boots Are On: updates from recent floods
Thanks to strong community support, and to the dedication of Corps Members willing to work hard to makeRead more
Completed Projects: July 2023 Edition
Conservation Crews have completed several projects that are already improving the health of our waters, forests, and trailRead more
Rebuilding The Burrows Trail on Camel’s HumpRead more
Grout Pond Hut & Boardwalk
Grout Pond Hut, Privy and BoardwalkRead more
Health Care Share: National Award Winner!
Health Care Share: National Award Winner!Read more
Pine Hill Park
Mountain bike trails at Pine Hill ParkRead more
National Life Trail: National Award Winner!
The 2014 “Project of the Year” Award from the Corps Network goes to…Read more
The Farm Stand at VYCCRead more
I joined VYCC because I knew it would open up opportunities in the future, I got to work outside, and work with an organization trying to make a difference.– Jack, he/him, Conservation Member & Leader