Photos of the Month: November 2013

Keep updating those Facebook photos! We'll collect some of our favorite photos posted on Corps Facebook pages within the past month and post them on this blog. Here are some of our favorites from November. 

Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa
Thanks to everyone who spread the Give to the Max Day love last week! 
Because of you, we not only met our matching dollar funds, we raised $4,575 to support future programs!

Fresno EOC Local Conservation Corps
LCC Corpsmembers with the LCC recycled can mascot

American YouthWorks

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps - Colorado
RMYC joins the nation today in thanking our Veterans for their service!

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps - Taos, NM
Week 2...those STACHES are starting to show!! November is a time for awareness of men’s health issues. You too can join RMYC MOVEMBER team, just click:

Corpsmembers perform Romeo and Juliet

Maine Conservation CorpsEnd-of-season cleanup

LA Conservation Corps - Our RACLA crews regularly collect recyclables from the 
Staples Center and L.A. LIVE. Last week, we collected over 40,000 bottles and cans which are then brought to be sorted at our awesome NELA center. What a whole lot of recyclables!

Northwest Youth Corps - We had so much fun at the 6th Annual Play in the Rain Day! Download your free pictures at
For more pictures, check out the Youth in Nature Partnership's Facebook page-

Montgomery County Conservation Corps

Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa
A huge congrats goes out to our 51 fall Youth Outdoors members! Through their term the youth completed 9,000 service hours of work for their communities including ten youth led service projects!

Mile High Youth Corps
We raked fallen leaves within two 25’x40’ areas and re-seeded both areas with ground cover crops.

Vermont Youth Conservation Corps

Washington Parks & People

Learning how musical beats are a fraction of a whole by reading and creating music in math class!


Green City Force - GCF Corps honored to have General Stanley McChrystal visit as he works towards his vision for national civilian service. #FranklinProject
"Being told by a former Marine and a 4-star General that what we do and how we operate is just as important and vital as the military makes me very proud to be a Green City Force AmeriCorps Member." - Peter Naranjo