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SCA Prepares for Alternative Spring Break

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For those students who don’t want to splurge or spend their nights at a club, the Student Conservation Association offers another option. The association is taking 60 students into the Grand Canyon at nearly no cost as part of its “Alternative Spring Break.” - East Valley Tribune”For most...Read more

SCA Prepares for Alternative Spring Break

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For those students who don’t want to splurge or spend their nights at a club, the Student Conservation Association offers another option. The association is taking 60 students into the Grand Canyon at nearly no cost as part of its “Alternative Spring Break.” - East Valley Tribune”For most...Read more

SCA Prepares for Alternative Spring Break

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For those students who don’t want to splurge or spend their nights at a club, the Student Conservation Association offers another option. The association is taking 60 students into the Grand Canyon at nearly no cost as part of its “Alternative Spring Break.” - East Valley Tribune”For most...Read more

SCA President and CEO Dale Penny on Suh nomination

(WASHINGTON, DC) October 31, 2013Statement by Student Conservation Association (SCA) President and CEO Dale Penny on nomination of Rhea S. Suh as Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks:

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SCA President and Interior Secretary Meet

SCA President Dale Penny met with Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis at Prince William Forest Park on Thursday, April 25th. Sec. Jewell and Dir. Jarvis convened stakeholders to examine ways to reconnect young people to nature.

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SCA Community Crews Working in a Chicago Park

SCA Receives $1 Million from BP America

The Student Conservation Association, the national leader in youth service and stewardship, today announced a new partnership with BP America that will provide $1 million in financial support over the next two years, including the immediate funding of environmental projects in Chicago and at...Read more

SCA Receives The Corporate Fund Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Kevin Hamilton603.543.1700 x185khamilton@thesca.org(CHARLESTOWN, NH, September 24, 2009)—-The Student Conservation Association (SCA), the nation’s leading provider of conservation service opportunities for...Read more

SCA recognizes Pennsylvania for youth service

Herald Standard

As volunteers with the Student Conservation Association’s Trail Town Outreach Corps, Corrie Parrish and Courtney Mahronich assist communities along the Great Allegheny Passage that runs through Fayette County.

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SCA seeks new applicants for Alumni Council in 2012

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Are you an SCA alum whose served in the last six years?Are you interested in being a service and conservation leader?Submit an application by 9/10/2011 to join the alumni council.In SCA’s 50th year, we launched the SCA Alumni Council to be a voice for alumni within SCA and to lead the...Read more

SCA Students working to restore Angeles National Forest after Station Fire

Pasadena Star-News

See photos and article on Pasadena Star-NewsANGELES NATIONAL FOREST - Pasadena native Katsu Che Frausto has a “cool” summer job that involves hiking steep trails, working in stifling heat and finding the occasional startled rattlesnake.The 19-year-old, who attends the University of...Read more

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