The Plight Of The Plover At Cape Cod National Seashore

National Parks Traveler

Student Conservation Association interns worked on Cape Cod National Seashore this summer to educate beach-goers on piping plovers, a...Read more

The Obamas and Clinton Plant Some Trees

Washington Post

Peter Baker of the New York Times — and formerly of The Washington Post — was the pool reporter for President Obama’s tree planting event with the Student Conservation Association this afternoon. His report:

No news, but some...Read more

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

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C.J. Goulding, SCA Alumnus

The Fierce Urgency of Nature

Children & Nature Network

In August, more than 50 people came together on Washington’s Bainbridge Island for the Children & Nature Network’s Natural Leaders Legacy Camp, held at the Islandwood campus.

Connecting people to the natural world was the central theme. We learned about leadership styles,...Read more

Ten young Norwalkers improve trail at Cranbury Park as part of summer jobs program

The Hour

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Teens take to the trails to clean up Mount Kearsarge

NH Union Leader

WILMOT — A group of teenagers from around the state have been patroling the high grounds of Mount Kearsarge, doing needed trail maintenance while learning skills and values that will aid them as adults.

They are members of the Student Conservation...Read more

Teens Spend Summer Volunteering at El Malpais NCA

Cibola Beacon

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Cape Canaveral National Seashore's Mosquito Bay, where SCA Crews are working

Teens learn conservation at Cape Canaveral National Seashore

Daytona Beach News-Journal

NEW SMYRNA BEACH – With a mission of building the next generation of conservation leaders and inspire stewardship of the environment, 12 teens spent six weeks learning and working at Cape Canaveral National Seashore this summer.

“We’ve partnered with the park to run some...Read more

Teens In Student Conservation Association Clean Up Gateway National Recreational Area

Sheepshead Bites

Teenagers, banded together in the Student Conservation Association (SCA), picked up shovels and handcarts and began cleaning up Jamaica Bay and other parts of the Gateway National Recreational Area. The New York Daily News is...Read more

Teens from SCA tour a Seattle water treatment plant

Water System Operator Mag

By Ted J. Rulseh, Water System Operator Magazine

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