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Careers in CSR & Sustainability: SCA, ARAMARK & CSRwire to Host Twitter Chat

CSRwire

Join a conversation on how companies like ARAMARK are partnering with nonprofits like the Student Conservation Association to recruit and train jobseekers and students on the essentials of sustainability to...Read more

Caring for national parks offers great adventure

Charlotte Observer

Originally posted on the Charlotte Observer. By Helen Schwab

For three summers now, Morgan Eudy, 18, of Monroe, has spent weeks creating and rebuilding hiking...Read more

Carolyn Livengood: The Student Conservation Association reaches milestone

MercuryNews.com

The Student Conservation Association, the national leader in providing young people, 15 to 19 years of age, with career-shaping opportunities in conservation, has reached a phenomenal milestone — 75,000 volunteers in total — since SCA...Read more

SCA Crewmembers in Pittsburgh replanting a green area

Cause an Effect: Raise Funds for SCA

billpeduto.com

The mission of the Student Conservation Association (SCA) is to build the next generation of conservation leaders. They engage young people (age 15 to young adults) in hands-on service to the environment in order to inspire...Read more

CBS Cites SCA as one of the Best Ways to Get a Summer Internship

CBS Money Watch

“One way to use the web for an internship search is to hone in on the most targeted Web sites for the field you hope to pursue. Alexander Altvater, a Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management major who graduated last year from Clemson University, logged onto the Student Conservation Association...Read more

Celebrating the finale of Pick Up America

SCA

Since serving at Yosemite National Park in 2006, SCA alumnus Jeff Chen rehas come a long way – 3,500 miles, to be exact.

Simultaneously troubled and inspired by the trailside trash he saw at Yosemite, Jeff launched Pick Up America, the nation’s first coast-to-coast roadside...Read more

Celebrities Donate Time to "Invade" Homes to Save Water

Press Release

Student Conservation Association, American Water Launch “Save Water Today” Public Service Campaign in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense Program

VOORHEES, N.J., March 2, 2011 – With 36 states expected to face serious water...Read more

SCA Crew in Chilly Slough Wetlands sitting on the Jack leg fence they just completed.

Chilly Slough Wetland Conservation Project

Bureau of Land Management

Chilly Slough is one of the few remaining examples of natural, high desert, spring-fed wetland. The wetland is created by a combination of flat, valley-bottom topography and abundant spring water. The springs emanate from aquifers surfacing from the base of the Idaho’s most...Read more

City of Rocks Reopens High-Elevation Loop Trail

MagicValley.com

ALMO • A visiting work crew this month reopened a trail at City of Rocks National Reserve that hadn’t been maintained for perhaps a decade.

The reopened trail segment completes a 1.2-mile loop from the 7,874-foot-high Indian Grove Overlook at the north end of the park, down to the...Read more

Students gather in the Smoky Mountains National Park for SCA's NPS Academy

College students explore career paths in national parks

Knoxville News Sentinel

GATLINBURG — LeConte Creek is a cold, fast-flowing stream in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park where every rock seems to shelter some form of aquatic life, whether it be caddisfly, stonefly or the occasional salamander.

Earlier this week 20 college students...Read more

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