A special event was held on December 4 at the Mile High Youth Corps to distribute building and renovation products for use in its young adult programs that help youth develop valuable job skills.
What does MHYC stand for?
MHYC stands for Mile High Youth Corps (Denver, CO)
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- Medical and Health Workers Union of Nigeria
- Morgan Hill Web Works, Inc (Morgan Hill, CA)
- Mental Health Workers Without Borders
- Mars Home for Youth (Mars, PA)
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- Mentor Harbor Yachting Club (est. 1928; Ohio)
- Middle Harbour Yacht Club (Australia)
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- Mountain Homes Youth Ranch (Dinosaur, Colorado)
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- Metropolitan Historic Zoning Commission (Nashville, TN)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Energy $aving Partners Program, which is a part of the Governor's Office of Energy Management and Conservation (OEMC), is implementing "Energy Savings - First Response," which enlists members of the Mile High Youth Corps to put in low-cost, easy-to-install energy-efficient tools, such as compact fluorescent lights, in low-income homes.
to assist with its Leadership Development Institute, a training program for minority youth; -- Latin American Research & Service Agency - to help this agency that works to improve the education and self-sufficiency of Latinos; -- Mile High Youth Corps - to help support its programs that help youth make a difference through meaningful community service; -- Mizel Museum of Judaica - to enhance its educational programs; and -- National Jewish Medical & Research Center - to help fund its educational programs for chronically ill students.