Project Dates: September 28, 2010-May 17, 2011 Project Leader: Emily Frankel Email: firstname.lastname@example.org  Phone: 760-780-8039 Address: 57087 Yucca Trail, Yucca Valley, CA 92284
Sara Tamler 
Sara Tamler is a recent graduate of the University of Chicago, where she majored in something akin to Theateranthrophilosophy. She now spends the majority of her time working in the outdoors, and explaining to potential employers how her major has anything to do with her career goals. A long-time SCA alum, Sara just led her first high school national crew in Wind Cave National Park this past summer and is so thankful to be welcomed back into the SCA family as a part of the WildCorps. In addition to conservation work, Sara also loves theatre, cooking, biking, and climbing mountains.
Leah Edwards 
My name is Leah Edwards and I am excited to be moving west! I thrive on change, on new experiences, new places, new plants and rocks, and new people with whom to share it all. I am from Baltimore, Maryland and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009, majoring in geography. I love the green and rich, earthy smells of the Appalachian Mountains but am ready for a brand new landscape. I have traveled in Europe and South America only enough to know that this world is enormous and there is still so much to learn, and study, and do, people to meet, and challenges to overcome. The environment fascinates me and I like to get right up in it as close as possible. There are many things I’d like to “be when I grow up” and I loved my geography major because it is sort of like an “everything” major. The relationship between humans and environment is one that I am constantly evaluating and reevaluating my place within it. I consider myself an artist, a listener, a doer, a teacher, a hard worker, and a learner. I love volleyball, practice yoga, and enjoy people with whom I can share a comfortable silence. I love salsa dancing, can be hard on myself out of sheer stubbornness, and identify the parrotfish as my spirit animal. I am really looking forward to working in the desert with WildCorps.
Samuel Wright 
First of all, super stoked to be on the WildCorps crew, one of those things I never thought I would get a chance to do, but there you go. For anyone analyzing my life, however, it probably does not seem all that strange to see me taking off a year from college and dedicating myself to being a trail-bum. I have been enamoured of nature and the outdoors ever since I was little and have been quite outspoken about conservation and environmentalism ever since I discovered what a joy radicalism is!
As I said, I am taking a year off school and ought to be returning to my sophomore year at Colorado College. I am, or was/still am but not for another year or so, studying to be a geology major, possibly with some form of environmental aspect thrown in. I love geology, mostly because rocks are hella fun to look at/analyze and because it is one of the few professions where one gets paid to go to righteous places and live in a tent. I definitely will be returning to college after my year off, but need the time to settle myself down, something I knew I should have done right out of high school, but there you go.
My history with SCA has been three high school crews (in Virginia, Alaska, and Yosemite in that order) and one Conservation Corps program in Wallowa-Whitman National Forest this past summer. Out of all the influences in my life, SCA has been one of the largest. It may sound cliché or trite but without the guidance and teaching of some awesome crew leaders/fellow crew members or the structured, but delightful, summers I spent working I know I would not be the person I am at all. I really appreciate the opportunity to dedicate a large portion of my life/self to this cause and can not wait to see what this year will bring.