In Jasmine Jone’s endeavors to travel across the nation, expanding on environmental protection efforts and contributing her acquired skills to the sustainable industries, the search for the launch of her career has brought Jasmine to the SCA. During her undergraduate years, she was active in many professional science organizations and various non-science leadership positions, mentoring programs, research in plant sciences, ecological surveys, and stewardship projects. She also designed and instructed entomology curriculum for a field based ecology program newly implemented in February of 2012 at her University. As an Army Corps Visitor Use Survey SCA intern and contributor to the conservation projects conducted by her crew throughout the summer of 2012, she had hoped to acquire new skills, expand her network, disseminate awareness, and add to the productivity of their efforts. With these objectives in mind, Jasmine developed a new technological skill using a handheld data point collector unit participating in a GIS project, learned new natural pest management skills at a local community garden, and throughout the rest of the team’s trail restoration and carpentry projects experience field work. Now as a 10 month member the SCA Massachusetts Corps, Jasmine has continued to further extend her quest for environment enrichment through environmental education once again and further conservation efforts through trail work.