Infographic: Service and Conservation Corps for Youth

May 23, 2013

This one-pager explains the basics of Conservation and Service Corps, two key programs as part of the national Corps Network. Corps are 

Crew-based youth development programs that provide their participants with job training, academic programming, leadership skills, mentorship, and additional support through a strategy of service that improves communities and the environment.

The Corps Network’s 127 members operate in all states and the District of Columbia. Each year they collectively enroll over 27,000 Corpsmembers from ages 16-25. Corps annually organize an additional 289,000 community volunteers who work alongside Corpsmembers to generate 638,684 additional hours of service every year, at an estimated value of $14,140,463.

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