Grafton Job Corps Center Advanced Human Services Worker student Levi White showcased his service as a 2019 Corpsmember of the Year.
Levi joins 5 other youth throughout the country in claiming this award, which demonstrates outstanding leadership skills and an earnest commitment to service and civic engagement. The Corps Network, the national association of service and conservation Corps, sponsors the annual award.
Levi was homeless and working to help support his family when he enrolled into Trapper Creek’s Forestry Conservation and Firefighting trade. He quickly became a leader, adept at role-modeling and taking charge of events such as center tours, both skills he brought to Grafton upon enrollment into AT. Levi’s goal is to support people in ground level facilities such as rehab centers, corrections facilities and homeless shelters.
He will receive his award in February.