Dawn had hardly broken and two hikers had broken their wrists on icy South Kaibab Trail at Grand Canyon NP. At the same time, the one-time parking lot SCA’s Alternative Spring Break team was to reveg was still covered in snow, so: activate Plan B....Read more
Chris Sorgine, 20, left, and Andrea Korman, 23, are gaining experience through a Student Conservation Association internship at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge, south of Vian.
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 apply now.
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 Jefferson National Forests, using funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). SCA is currently recruiting to fill nine project leader positions and 37 trail team member positions for seven SCA trail teams.
(WASHINGTON, DC) February 3, 2010 - Advocates for America’s young people and public lands today announced a new effort to create and propel opportunities in youth service, career development and resource management jobs.
SCA will be hosting Aerie Backcountry Medicine, our preferred provider of wilderness medical training, for a Wilderness First Responder course here in Charlestown from March 13-21, 2010. Aerie’s 72-hour Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is designed for outdoor professionals and outdoor enthusiasts, preparing them to care for injuries and illness in remote, challenging environments.