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Now Hiring Field Leaders

If you have experience teaching/working with youth, have relevant outdoor skills, have a strong conservation ethic, and are able to successfully maintain a positive work environment, then APPLY NOW to make a difference in your world!

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SCA Joins Outdoor Nation

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Apply Now for a National Conservation Crew

Calling all 15-19 years olds looking for tuition-free summer service opportunities. You could spend part of your summer working in a group of 6-8 other high school students, led by two experienced crew leaders, in a national park or forest in the US.

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U.S. Forest Service and SCA To Partner on ARRA Trailwork

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National Coalition Urges Increased Support for Youth Service on Public Lands

(WASHINGTON, DC) February 3, 2010 - Advocates for America’s young people and public lands today announced a new effort to create and propel opportunities in youth service, career development and resource management jobs.

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Wilderness First Responder Course

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Water conservation measures in place at Charleston park

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SCA interns not afraid to get their hands dirty

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) takes hands-on experiences for their interns to a whole new level. There’s no answering the phones or running simple errands.

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St. Catherine Creek welcomes new SCA intern

SIBLEY - In today’s economy, hands-on internships can make a real difference for young professionals - and those same young people can make a real difference through national service. That’s why Adam Crawford, an intern with the Student Conservation Association, has arrived at St.

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SCA and NBC Universal Announce "Green Your School" Contest Winners

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