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Jefferson Award Winner: Bettina Mok

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Jean Lafitte Park Keeps Us Connected

New Orleans Times-Picayune
When I led eco-tours in the Virgin Islands, I thought I’d found my dream job. I got to live in a paradise and share the wonders of nature.
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JCI and SCA join forces for Milwaukee parks

Milwaukee Business Journal

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Jaime Berman Matyas Named President and CEO of the Student Conservation Association

(WASHINGTON D.C.)  July 29, 2014 – The Student Conservation Association (SCA) today announced the appointment of Jaime Berman Matyas as its President and Chief Executive Officer. Matyas will succeed Dale Penny who is retiring after nearly two decades of dedicated service.

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Invasion at Valley Forge

WHYY - PBS Philadelphia

Watch the Video on WHYY.orgThis video highlights the work of Valley Forge’s Student Conservation Association in eradicating the park of invasive species. The video is created by the park staff and the teens of the SCA.

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Internships Serve Up New Opportunities

GreenBiz.com

Aramark, a food service and facility management firm, knows that setting up a solid sustainability internship not only can attract bright, young talent for that short stint, but can keep them on as sustainability experts.

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Internships are good way to become park ranger

Carlsbad Current Argus

CARLSBAD >> Ever wonder how to pursue a career as a park ranger?

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Interns are for the bats!

Glasgow Kentucky

By Vickie Carson, Photo credit: Ann Griggs(MAMMOTH CAVE NATIONAL PARK - August 26, 2010) Did your summer involve night-vision goggles, infra-red LEDs, and acoustic transects?

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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...Read more

Inner City Teenagers Take a Whack at Invasive Plants

First Coast News

In the heavy humidity Wednesday, crews in a park near Crescent Beach ripped out Chinese tallow trees and Brazilian pepper plants.”Brazilian pepper is one of the worst plant species in the entire state of Florida,” Forrest Penny explained. Penny is with the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National...Read more

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