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SCA Hails National Parks' Call to Action

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SCA helping Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

NWI Times

DUNE ACRES | Matthew Ng jumped on a planting tool that looked like a pogo stick while working in the rain at Cowles Bog Wednesday morning.

“It’s worth it,” Ng said of the native planting he’s doing there. 

Ng, of Chicago, is a senior at Valparaiso University...Read more

SCA Helps National Parks Reach Beyond Borders

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SCA recently sat down for a conversation with Mickey Fearn, National Park Service Deputy Director for Communications and Community Assistance. He was candid, insightful and revealing…

SCA: To your mind, what is the single biggest issue facing national...Read more

SCA helps rebuild Yukon gold rush trails

The Doings Western Springs

By JANE MICHAELS

Some might consider a month of shoveling gravel eight hours a day a sentence of hard labor, but a Lyons Township High School senior...Read more

SCA Founder Liz Putnam is presented with plans for the new home of the Hudson Valley Corps at Vassar

SCA Hudson Valley Corps Moving to Vassar

Imagine the myriad emotions coursing through Liz Putnam when she heard the news.

On Thursday, June 11, SCA’s founder was back at Vassar College for her 60th reunion.  In addition to all the other weekend festivities, Vassar had invited Liz and 50 other guests to an...Read more

SCA Intern "is like the dictionary for Mount Rainier"

The Olympian

“I’m looking forward to pretty much everything,” said Emily DeBoers, aiming her camera at the rest of the group.

A highlight of the weekend proved to be Aguilar, a...Read more

SCA Intern follows conservation ethic to Tuzigoot Montezuma Castle national monuments

Verde Independent

In today’s economy, hands-on internships can make a real difference for young professionals - and those same young people can make a real difference through national...Read more

SCA Intern Helps Fight Invasive Ant Species

San Marcos Record

In today’s economy, hands-on internships can make a real difference for young professionals - and those same young people can make a real difference through national service.

That’s why Kenneth Ball, an intern with the Student Conservation Association (SCA), has arrived...Read more

SCA Intern protects and restores native plant and animal communities

The Chillicothe Gazette

Originally published on August 4, 2011 in the The Chillicothe Gazette

CHILLICOTHE — In today’s economy, hands-on internships have proven to make a real difference for young...Read more

SCA Interns decide career paths

Sequoyah County Times


Chris Sorgine, 20, left, and Andrea Korman, 23, are gaining experience through a...Read more

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