Are you a current or former SCA Community Programs participant? The Community Crew group is a place to connect with peers and alumni. Ask questions, share ideas, make plans, and relate experiences. SCA Community Programs offer high school students the opportunity to explore their city's green spaces and contribute to the health of their local environment. There are two types of community programs: Conservation Leadership Corps (CLC) and Summer Community Crews. CLC members volunteer on weekends…See More
Are you interested in continuing your SCA service? Become an SCA Alumni Ambassador, and recruit others to join SCA, represent SCA at a career fair, contact applicants to answer questions, or write/take pictures for SCA.See More
"Grand Canyon NP, AZ -'10 ASB intern
Bear Brook State Park, NH - '11 NH Corps Education/Conservation intern
Charlestown, RI - '12 CDIP SNEP Biology intern
Santa Monica Mountains, CA - '13 ASB intern
Seattle/Edmonds, WA - '13…"
""Also Magic the Gathering has taken the group by storm (for good or for worse) ever since someone found cheap cards at the local Good Will." That line makes me pretty darn happy.
Is Batcave the cabin closest to the pond? Best…"
Welcome to the SCA Conservation Corps Team Group! As a current or former Conservation Corps participant, the Corps Team Group is the best place to connect with peers and alumni, ask questions, share ideas, make plans, and relate experiences.SCA Conservation Corps Teams spent anywhere from 3 to 10 months in residence, devoting their time to critical environmental issues such as wildfire management, trail restoration, environmental education, and invasive species eradication. Made up of dedicated…See More
Join other conservation readers in a monthly book club, share your favorite conservation related books, or add some new titles to your reading list.Views expressed by the books and authors discussed here are not necessarily those of SCA.See More
The mission of SCA NH Corps is to build the next generation of conservation leaders, inspire lifelong stewardship of our environment and communities by engaging young people in hands-on service to the communities and land of New Hampshire through conservation service projects that enhance and protect natural areas, and to provide environmental education to promote the understanding and stewardship of these natural areas. SCA NH Corps is one of SCA's oldest residential corp programs (20 years…See More
This is the place to keep track of what's going on in the world of SCA alumni.The SCA has been engaging youth in service to the land now for 55 years. In that time, we've helped guide over 50,000 young people onto a path of lifelong civic service and environmental stewardship. We like to keep in touch with our alumni, and encourage them to continue serving with SCA through high school, college, grad school, and beyond. After they've moved on in their careers, often to jobs with an emphasis on…See More