YouthBuild participants (Corpsmembers) engage in intensive training divided between either the construction service site and the classroom earning a GED or High School Equivalency diploma, or a health and wellness training program service site and the classroom earning a GED or High School Equivalency diploma.

Construction: Corpsmembers develop construction skills while providing a minimum of 450 hours of service to their community by serving on affordable housing projects, setting and achieving further educational goals, and engaging in leadership development, civic engagement and college and career readiness activities.
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Health & Wellness: Corpsmembers develop health & wellness skills while providing a minimum of 450 hours of service to their community by serving in a health and wellness-related position, setting and achieving further educational goals, and engaging in leadership development, civic engagement and college and career readiness activities.

(When applying, you will be able to choose the application that suits your field of interest: Construction YouthBuild track, or Health & Wellness YouthBuild track.)