The Student Conservation Association's Online Community
SCA Field Leaders
More than just supervisors, SCA Field Leaders serve to mentor, motivate, and inspire, ensuring that their team members learn, grow, and achieve great things over the course of their programs. Field Leaders can lead an SCA Corps team of young adults for several months, a high school-aged National Crew for four weeks over summer vacation, a Community Crew located in an urban setting close to home (select U.S. cities), or a team of their peers on an off-season Leader Team. Field Leaders can be specialists in trail maintenance & building, habitat & native species restoration, fire management & monitoring, visitor use surveys & outreach, and many more fields of service.
Are you a current or former Field Leader? Use Field Leader groups to connect with peers and alumni. Ask questions, share ideas, coordinate travel, and relate experiences. Learn more.
When creating a Leader group of your own, be sure to enter "Leaders" with a capital "L" into the "location" box.
Want to be regaled with tales of glorious, far-flung adventure? Check out the Field Leader blogs. You’ll be amazed to find what these conservation leaders are up to! Learn more.
Be sure and tag all Leaders Blog posts with the word, "Leaders", with a capital "L."
Are you an applicant who’s interested in learning more about what it’s like to be a Field Leader? Are you a Field Leader with an issue you’d like to discuss with your peers around the country? Or are you an alumni with an opportunity you’d like to share? The Field Leader forums are a place where you can do all of these things! Ask. Share. Discuss. Connect. Learn more.
When posting to the Leaders forum, be sure and enter "Leaders" with a capital "L" into the "tag" box.