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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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Teens Complete Addition to Camden's Community Gardens

SCA

Student Conservation Association Summer Jobs Program Enables Local Youth to “Show the Good in Their City”

(CAMDEN, NJ) August 28, 2012—-Six weeks under an often blazing sun in Camden’s community gardens was about to come to an end, but 16-year-old Brandon...Read more

Teens cleaning up Gateway National Recreation Area with Student Conservation Association

NY Daily News

These students don’t need video games; this summer, they’re getting a firsthand look at the real-life ravages of a superstorm.

Dozens of high school students have spent their summer earning minimum wage to clear debris, paint and perform other chores along Jamaica Bay as part of the...Read more

Teens attend Green Jobs Day at Johnson Controls

WDJT-TV, CBS-58
MILWAUKEE — Green Jobs Day at Johnson Controls gave Milwaukee area teenagers the opportunity to learn more about careers in renewable energy. They also got valuable advice on landing a job that should come in handy...Read more

Teenagers working on trails

The Dispatch

Infusions of grant money and youthful energy are once again helping Mount Rainier National Park shape up this summer.
A grant from the National Park Foundation is helping pay for three teams of teenagers recruited by the Student Conservation Association’s Base to Base Camp program from...Read more

Teen gives his all in name of conservation

Lake County News-Sun

Re-posted fromThe Lake County News-Sun

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Take a Hike and Explore your Identity

Huffpost Voces

by Tomás Deza

This year the scale that weighs my two identities was finally balanced. I have lived the same number of years in the United States as in Argentina, where I grew up. To commemorate this anniversary, I became a citizen of the United States in July. Like me, hundreds of...Read more

Summer Student Conservation workers get job done

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Every summer, thousands of low-income youths across the nation work on public lands on Student Conservation Association crews. They build and clear trails, clean garbage dumps, plant and tend trees and remove invasive growth.

This summer, one local crew installed rain containers...Read more

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