Nathaniel hails from Pittsburgh, PA, where he has lived all his life. He graduated High School in 2014, and has since been attending Community College of Allegheny County. He has enjoyed being out in nature from a very young age, and realized his calling to work in the field of conservation during the many camping trips he and his family shared together over the years. He discovered the SCA from a park ranger while camping at Assateague Island in 2013. In June- July 2014, he served on a National Crew in Maine, doing trail work. He is honored to be a part of this Corp, and hopes to...Read more
Jamira is from Griﬃn, GA. She is a recent graduate of Armstrong State University. She received her degree in Public health. She will be pursuing her master’s degree this fall in public health with a concentration in environmental health. During her free time she likes to listen to music, write poetry, and hang out with friends/family. Jamira is looking forward to gaining hands on experience, learning new things and forming lifelong friendships during her term. ...Read more
Dillon Chavez was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He attended New Mexico State University and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Science with a minor in Range Science. Some of his favorite things to do are listen to music, hang out with family and friends, and be outside. In the future he plans to become a Conservation Oﬃcer with New Mexico Game and Fish....Read more
Erik Erbes grew up in upstate New York and currently lives in northern Virginia. After graduating high school in 2015, Erik decided to take some time to explore the different paths open to him before attending college, which led him to the SCA. He plans on attending college in Germany in 2017 and to hopefully start a career in the field of natural resource management. In his spare time he enjoys hiking, weightlifting and hanging out with friends....Read more
Carter Richter is 18, she was born and raised in Florida; the weather in Massachusetts has been a big change from Florida, but she is excited to see what is in store. Carter loves to play soccer, and write poetry. She has traveled all over the US, and hopes to travel to Europe one day.
Members of the SCA Massachusetts AmeriCorps program serve Massachusetts’s public lands from Martha’s Vineyard to the Berkshires each summer, and spend the winter providing environmental education to children at local schools in the western part of the state. The residential program, headquartered at Kenneth Dubuque Memorial State Forest in Hawley, MA, began its 19th year of service in October 2015.
Members of the SCA Massachusetts AmeriCorps program serve Massachusetts’s public lands from Martha’s Vineyard to the Berkshires each summer, and spend the winter providing environmental education to children at local schools in the western part of the state.
The Lowell National Historical Park in Massachusetts offers a vivid regional perspective on the Industrial Revolution. But inside these former textile mills you can also find the fabric of America.
Lowell NHS is headquarters to the National Park Service’s Historic Architecture, Conservation, and Engineering Center. This is where conservators restore irreplaceable antiquities sent from national historic sites from Maine to Virginia: a wooden hoist used to build the Bunker Hill Monument. Various Civil war artifacts...Read more
As the leaves turn from orange to brown and fall to the ground, SCA Massachusetts AmeriCorps welcomes another year of corps members—October 2015 will be our 19th year. Eighteen ten-month members arrive in Kenneth Dubuque State Forest by buses, trains, planes and cars on a quiet Sunday from around the country. Many do not fully know what they are getting into, but we are excited to welcome them to “Kenny D,” as we lovingly call our home they range in age from...Read more
Vanessa Williams is from Puyallup, Washington and attended Pacific Lutheran University where she received her B.S. in Biology. Vanessa’s general subject of interest is ecology, with her favorite topic being wildlife conservation. In her spare time Vanessa is an amateur long-boarder, enjoys hiking, writing poetry, and coming up with creative hyperboles. She is looking forward to teaching young kids science and learning how to use a chainsaw.