Media Kit

News Releases

American Eagle-SCA Buy One Get One Tree Billboard in Times Square

American Eagle Supports SCA with "Buy One, Get One Tree" Earth Day Campaign

American Eagle Outfitters Supports Student Conservation Association with “Buy One, Get One Tree” Campaign
To Celebrate Earth Day, Promotion Aims to Donate 100,000 Trees  
 
Read more

Statement by SCA CEO Jaime Berman Matyas

PHOTO: SCA volunteer Justin Duncan, SCA President Jaime Berman Matyas, SCA volunteer CJ Goulding, and Interior Secretary Sally Jewell at SCA service project, George Washington Memorial Parkway in Arlington, VA.
 
Read more
SCA Founder Liz Putnam presented the Robert Marshall Award from the Wilderness Society

SCA Founding President Liz Putnam Presented with The Wilderness Society’s Robert Marshall Award

(WASHINGTON, DC) February 24, 2016 – Elizabeth Cushman Titus Putnam, who in 1957 founded the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and sparked the American youth conservation movement, tonight received The Wilderness Society’s Robert Marshall Award at a ceremony in Washington, DC.

Read more

Governor Cuomo Announces Selection of Inaugural Excelsior Conservation Corps Enrollees

50 Participants to Undertake Environmental Stewardship Projects at 63 State Parks and DEC sites

Read more

500 SCA Volunteers to Clean-Up Jamaica Bay Coastline on Saturday, January 16 to Commemorate MLK Day

(BROOKLYN, NY) January 11, 2016 – More than 500 young volunteers from across New York City will conduct an extensive coastal clean-up project at Gateway National Recreation Area to honor the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Read more

150 SCA Volunteers to Restore Old Guadalupe Trail to Commemorate MLK Day on January 18th

(BRISBANE, CA) January 11, 2016 – More than 150 young volunteers from throughout the Bay Area will conduct an extensive restoration of the Old Guadalupe Trail to honor the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Read more

150 SCA Volunteers to Clean-Up Schenley Park on January 18 to Commemorate MLK Day

(PITTSBURGH, PA) January 12, 2016 – More than 150 young volunteers from throughout the City of Pittsburgh will conduct an extensive clean-up at Schenley Park to honor the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Read more

Interior Secretary and NPS Director to Join 500 SCA Volunteers for MLK Day Clean-Up of Anacostia River

(WASHINGTON, DC) January 11, 2016 – Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis will join more than 500 young volunteers from throughout the Capital region to conduct an extensive Anacostia River clean-up and honor the memory of Martin Luther Kin

Read more

The North Face Unveils "Never Stop," First Global Campaign in Company History

THE NORTH FACE UNVEILS “NEVER STOP,” FIRST GLOBAL CAMPAIGN IN COMPANY HISTORY

U.S. campaign continues partnership with the Department of the Interior honoring four 21st Century Conservation Service Corps members making a difference in their communities

Read more

Pittsburgh, Allegheny County park rangers program dubbed success

Pittsburgh hopes to have park rangers patrolling Riverview Park in the North Side next year as the city and Allegheny County expand their first-year programs.

Read more

Pages