Two SCA Interns pondering their future between trail-building workSCA Blogs

Our success is measured by lessons learned, perspective gained and the lives we transform—today and into the future. Often when the SCA project is over, the success story is just beginning. See some of our members’ recent stories and accomplishments.

SCA Volunteers celebrating a Find Your Park Event in New York CityEvents

SCA organizes conservation service projects and workshops all over the country, all year long. Check here for weekend service events, alumni gatherings, training workshops, and more. See what we’re doing in your backyard and get involved!


More than 75,000 SCA alumni carry on the mission of service and conservation leadership. Opportunities to connect with other alumni, serve again with SCA or check out career opportunities can be found here.

SCA Service map lets you know where SCA members have been workingService Map

Search for your favorite park, city, state, or green space and get a sense of the real impact that SCA members have across the country and in your community. 


Check out thousands of images from SCA Members, Alumni and Staff around the nation, and some of the amazing things they encounter out in the field; each one worth a thousand words or more. Browse our photos and click through to read the stories.

SCA Video archive contains video of SCA programming from around the nation, including this California GIS Mapping CrewVideos

Watch videos created by and about SCA participants to see our programs in action across the country.



Get Involved

Ensuring a sustainable planet is more than a one person job. It takes a village. Whether you are an SCA alum, a parent, an interested applicant, or an eco-conscious member of the community, there are lots of ways to get involved with SCA. SCA offers you opportunities to contribute to the greater good of the planet, achieving concrete, measurable results while ensuring that we empower future stewards of the land. It’s a win/win: conserve the earth now and ensure others will continue to care for it in the future..


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