Spend your spring break making a difference! Proud Presenting ASB Sponsor
For the 2013 Alternative Spring Break (ASB) season, SCA and American Eagle Outfitters will engage 120 students from colleges across the country in meaningful hands-on conservation service at two amazing locations: Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida and Santa Monica Mountains, California.
For one-week in March, you’re invited to spend spring break 2013 addressing climate and environmental issues related to water quality, habitat loss, endangered species and restoration of changing ecosystems.
ASB Dates and Tracks Big Cypress National Preserve ASB Weeks Santa Monica Mountains ASB Weeks ASB projects may include Installation of native trees/shrubs/grasses Removal of invasive plants Native plant seed collection Wildlife surveys Trail maintenance/brushing Forest fire mitigation Program Details Each ASB Session is one week long. There are two sessions at each location. There will be 30 college students at each session. SCA will cover travel expenses, transportation to/from airport, and food and transportation during the week. You will need to bring personal gear and work with an SCA representative to book your travel. This week generally involves a day of orientation and safety, followed by 3 intensive work days and one educational fun day, plus travel days. Requirements Must be 18 years of age or older College students from across the country are encouraged to apply Application deadline is January 28, 2013. To Apply: (see application details below) We are no longer accepting applications for 2013 Alternative Spring Break. Complete your SCA Conservation Internship/Corps application on MySCA: login or sign up. Apply to the week that you are available for spring break: Write an essay (no more than one page) explaining why you want to participate in ASB. Attach it to the Attachments section on your application. Questions? Email SCARecruiting@thesca.org Alternative Spring Break Programs: Making an impact
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