Videos



Video: IDNL Superintendent Paul Labovitz on $1M Contribution to SCA

Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Superintendent Paul Labovitz’s comments on BP’s $1 million contribution to Student Conservation Association for projects at the lak



Liz Putnam receives Citizens Medal from President Obama

Student Conservation Association (SCA) founder Elizabeth Cushman Titus Putnam receives the Citizens Medal from President Obama at the White House on Wednesday, August 4th, 2010.



Video: Earth Day in Fort Totten Park, Washington DC

SCA teamed up with American Express to celebrate Earth Day by bringing more than 350 volunteers to Fort Totten Park in Washington, DC.



Video: SCA & American Express Celebrate Earth Day in New York City

The Student Conservation Association teamed up with American Express to bring over 400 volunteers to Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx for Earth Day service.



Video: SCA's National Crew

SCA’s National Crew program offers volunteer opportunities for students across the country to serve on public lands from Alaska to the Virgin Islands, and everywhere in between!  See what a Nationa



Joshua Tree in High Definition

If you love parks as much as we do, you’ll L-O-V-E this video from More Than Just Parks. 

The “rock” at :44? Priceless!



Video: Samantha Smith, CDIP Intern



Video: Mary Nghe CDIP Intern

This video is SCA Member Mary Nghe’s capstone project for the Fish & Wildlife Service’s CDIP (Career Discovery Internship Program) at the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge.



Video: SCA projects in the Houston Area

SCA members working on projects large and small, urban and rural in and around Houston and the Gulf Coast. In this short clip, youth serving with SCA relate their experiences.



A Message of Thanks from the Alumni Council

At the SCA Alumni Council retreat in Charlestown NH, members reflect on what’s important to them at this time of year.



Video: This Week at Interior



Video: NYC YCC Crew 2014

Staten Island high school student Becky Merzlyakov had such a great experience on SCA’s Youth Conservation Corps in New York City that she came back again… and again.



Video: Americorps Pledge



Margaret Mary Meagher

Yellowstone National Park contains more than 1,100 miles of trail and among the most impressive is the one blazed by Dr. Mary Meagher. A first-year SCA alumna (Olympic NP, ‘57), Mary is widely credited with paving the way for women scientists in the park service. “Agencies did not hire women at that time, at least with my training and interests,” she says. “That’s just how things were.”



Video: SCA Stories 2008

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is a nonprofit organization that offers conservation internships and summer trail crew opportunities to more than 4,000 people each year.



SCA Crew at Canyon de Chelly 2011



Video: SCA in the Northwest

See the amazing work being done by SCA Crews and Interns in this incredible landscape.



Video: NPS Academy 2013

Student Conservation Association’s National Parks Service Academy.



Video: Alternative Spring Break 2012

The Student Conservation Association’s 2012 Alternative Spring Break is profiled in this short film



Video: SCA Alaska

The Student Conservation Association’s work in Alaska is featured in this amazing video.



Video: Veterans Fire Corps

The Veterans Fire Corps is a 90-day training program conducted by the nonprofit Student Conservation Association in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service.



Secretary Jewell on Creating a 21st Century CCC

On January 8, 2014 Sally Jewell, U.S. Secretary of the Interior announced a $1 Million private funding commitment from American Eagle Outfiltters, Inc.



Video: Secretary Jewell on the Role of Young People

On January 8, 2014 Sally Jewell, U.S. Secretary of the Interior announced a $1 Million private funding commitment from American Eagle Outfiltters, Inc.



Video: DOI Announcement on Public-Private Partnership

Secretary Jewell announces a ground-breaking public-private partnership with American Eagle Outfitters to develop the next generation of conservationists and outdoor stewards.

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