Program Manager

HELP WANTED This announcement will remain open until position is filled Program Manager Non-exempt The Board of Directors for High Mountain Youth Project is accepting resumes for the position of Program Manager for their drop-in center. This is a volunteer position that will develop into a paid, part-time or full time position. A starting date…
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April 2016

We were delighted to have about 20 young adults from Americorps visit us at our monthly meeting. We are in the stages of finalizing our Business Plan and received several donations over the last month. Committee reports were presented. We are actively pursue several options for a drop-in center for the homeless youth of Lincoln…
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March 13

From left to right, HEAL founders Angie Schneider, Cynthia Culbertson and Deb Haines-Nix.  At far right is Steve Duffy who moderated the discussion. HEAL founders were asked to meet with members of the High Mountain Youth Project (HMYP) to share information about their experience in starting the NEST.  On Sunday, March 13th, three of the…
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VOLUNTEER

Make a Difference in Someone’s Tomorrow... VOLUNTEER TODAY! High Mountain Youth Project (HMYP) is pleased to announce that the Evening Drop-In Center will open its doors to students aged 14 to 19 from 4-9 pm, 7 days a week, beginning in November 2016. HMYP will rely greatly on volunteers from our community to make the drop-in center a…
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Meetings

Next Meetings:   Advisory Committee Meeting Wednesday, September 27th @ 9:15 AM Ruidoso Public Library, 107 Kansas City Rd., Ruidoso The High Mountain Youth Project meets on the fourth Wednesday of each  month. Meetings take place at 9:15 AM and all are welcome. If you have questions please do not hesitate to contact Laurie Benavides at…
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In the beginning…

Much has happened since the summer of 2014 when the Ruidoso News published a letter to the editor and reported on the plight of homeless students in Lincoln County. The High Mountain Youth Project of Lincoln County, New Mexico, formerly the Homeless Students Task Force, has incorporated and is now a tax exempt organization under…
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