Today marks almost a month since the start of my internship at Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge (RCNWR) in Wells, Maine. Let me tell you, it has been an amazing month. From the first day, the staff has not only been kind and generous but funny, open, and fully committed to making every day better than the one before....Read more
(ANCHORAGE, AK) June 20, 2011-The Student Conservation Association (SCA), the nation’s leading conservation service organization for youth, recently presented its “Serving Youth Serving Nature” Partner Award to Amy Shaw of Kenai, AK. Shaw, a biologist and internship coordinator at the Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association (CIAA), has recruited and trained 65 SCA interns over the last two years.
Do you care about the future of youth conservation services?Then help protect and expand them.Call, write, and email your Congressman today and ask them to co-sponsor The Youth Corps Act of 2011 (H.R....Read more
Backcountry recreationists and the state’s natural resources will both receive a higher level of protection thanks to the creation of the Backcountry Stewards Internship Program, a new partnership with the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and the reinstatement of the Assistant Forest Ranger program, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens announ
Program Announced in Conjunction with National Drinking Water Week, May 1-7VOORHEES, N.J.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—American Water (NYSE: AWK), the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, has announced a partnership with the Student Conservation Association (SCA) in support of the organization’s national internship program.
Helps users find adventure by searching 6,000+ national parks and public lands nationwideCharlestown, NH (Vocus/PRWEB) April 12, 2011The Student Conservation Association (SCA), the nation’s leader in youth conservation service, has teamed with American Park Network and Ford Motor Company to launch Oh, Ranger! ParkFinder, a free app sponsored by the 2011 Ford Explorer.