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Conservation jobs offer varied experiences and opportunities

The Buffalo News

By Gerry Rising

I suspect that this is going to be a tough time for school and college students seeking summer employment. With formal records...Read more

Botanists At Grand Canyon National Park Working to Bring Plant Back from the Brink

National Parks Traveler

Posted March 28th, 2010 by Kurt Repanshek on ...Read more

CBS Cites SCA as one of the Best Ways to Get a Summer Internship

CBS Money Watch

“One way to use the web for an internship search is to hone in on the most targeted Web sites for the field you hope to pursue. Alexander Altvater, a Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management major who graduated last year from Clemson University, logged onto the Student Conservation...Read more

Alternative Spring Break at the Grand Canyon

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Spring Break Students to Give Grand Canyon a "Green-Lift"

Press Release

Volunteers to Restore Former Parking Lot by Planting Thousands of Flora

Grand Canyon National Park, AZ (Vocus) March 8, 2010 — In an atypically “wild” spring break, 60 college students from across the U.S. will soon converge on Grand Canyon National Park to return a...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

Now Hiring Field Leaders

SCA

If you have experience teaching/working with youth, have relevant outdoor skills, have a strong conservation ethic, and are able to successfully maintain a positive work environment, then APPLY NOW to make a difference in your world! See the available positions and...Read more

SCA Joins Outdoor Nation

Outdoor Nation

Outdoor Nation is a growing community of young Outsiders — artists, athletes, advocates and ambassadors — who have...Read more

Apply Now for a National Conservation Crew

SCA

Calling all 15-19 years olds looking for tuition-free summer service opportunities. You could spend part of your summer working in a group of 6-8 other high school students, led by two experienced crew leaders, in a national park or forest in the US.

There are three tracks of 15 - 35...Read more

U.S. Forest Service and SCA To Partner on ARRA Trailwork

Rockbridge Weekly

Roanoke, VA (Feb. 8, 2010) - The U.S. Forest Service and the Student Conservation Association (SCA) will partner to improve numerous trails on the George Washington and...Read more

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