Videos



SCA in the San Francisco Bay Area

SCA has been conserving lands and transforming young lives in the Bay Area for over 20 years.



SCA Summit: Young Adults Engaging Youth in Nature

The Student Conservation Association believes in changing young lives through service to nature.



Impacting Future Conservation Leaders

This is the story of the impact that SCA has on a young person’s passion and future ambitions as a conservationist through the eyes of  one intern.



NPS Academy Alaska: Career Opportunities in National Parks

SCA helps connect underrepresented Alaskans to public land career opportunities through the NPS Academy.



Explore & Protect Alaska: SCA High School National Crew

SCA trains, organizes and empowers young Alaskans to protect, preserve and explore their native Alaska wilderness.



Pollinator Puppet Show

Pollinators are important. We all know this, right?



A More Sustainable City

Since 2008, SCA has been connecting talented young conservationists with opportunities to use their skills to make the City of Pittsburgh a demonstrably healthier and more sustainable place to live



Video: NPS Academy Alaska - Find Your Park

Since 2013, SCA’s NPS Academy Alaska has provided career development internships for under-represented, diverse, and rural Alaskan residents interested in conservation.



Video: Olympic National Park SCA Crew Testimonial

What happens when you take a group of high school students out to the Olympic coast and tell them to help preserve it? The impact is priceless.



Video: NPS 99th Birthday Servabration with SCA & American Express

SCA teamed up with American Express on Aug. 25, 2015 to celebrate the 99th Birthday of the National Park Service in Washington, DC.



Video: A Story of Conservation and Leadership

“The best ideas are often inspired by nature. Mine came to me while I served as an SCA intern at Yosemite. Watch a video that shares my story of conservation and leadership.  



Video: Conservation Begins Here

Marking the 50th Anniversary of SCA’s founding in 1957, this 2007 video distills SCA’s accomplishments and mission.



Monarchs Rule!

For many, Monarch butterflies are magical. Yet their numbers are falling dramatically.



Thank you for supporting youth and conservation

A message of thanks from Jaime Matyas, CEO and President



VIDEO: GIS Mapping in San Mateo County

VIDEO: GIS Mapping in San Mateo County. SCA’s first full-time GIS Summer Crew puts California trails on the map.



Navajo Youth Film Tribute to Conservation Service

by Tomas A Quezada, SCA Field Leader



Video: SCA & BP in Chicago

BP America is donating $1 million to the Student Conservation Association for projects on the Calumet River and at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.



INDE Find your Park video

Independence National Park — FindYourPark with SCA Centennial Volunteer Ambassador Kristyne Allen



Yosemite SCA Centennial Volunteer Ambassador Video

The SCA Centennial Volunteer Ambassador at Yosemite has found her park.



Centennial Volunteer Ambassador Cristina Ramirez Finds Her Park

Valley Forge National Historical Park’s Centennial Volunteer Ambassador Cristina Ramirez shares her story. Where and when did you find your park?



National Capital Region Find Your Park Video

The Centennial Volunteer Ambassadors from DC find their parks, now go find yours!! #findyourpark #nps100sca #scaplanet15



SCA CEO Jaime Matyas on the benefits of corporate sponsorship

The Student Conservation Association’s CEO Jaime Matyas speaks on the importance of corporate sponsorships and private funding to SCA’s mission: connecting young people to conservation



Video: IDNL Superintendent Paul Labovitz on $1M Contribution to SCA

Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Superintendent Paul Labovitz’s comments on BP’s $1 million contribution to Student Conservation Association for projects at the lak



Liz Putnam receives Citizens Medal from President Obama

Student Conservation Association (SCA) founder Elizabeth Cushman Titus Putnam receives the Citizens Medal from President Obama at the White House on Wednesday, August 4th, 2010.

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