Spend your spring break making a difference!
For the 2013 High School Alternative Spring Break (HSASB) season, SCA will engage 50 students from High Schools across the country in meaningful hands-on conservation service at Joshua Tree National Park.
For one week in March, you can spend spring break 2013 addressing climate and environmental issues related to water quality, habitat loss, endangered species and restoration of changing ecosystems.
Projects at Joshua Tree National Park may include:
- Installation of native trees/shrubs/grasses
- Removal of invasive plants (i.e. Sahara mustard)
- Native plant seed collection
- Wildlife surveys (desert tortoise)
- Trail maintenance/brushing
Members will serve on work projects for four days and also participate in one recreational day as a part of their ASB experience.
ASB Dates and Tracks:
- HSASB 1: 3/10/13 – 3/16/13 (PO-00200855)
- HSASB 2: 3/24/13 – 3/30/13 (PO-00200856)
- This program is tuition based. Members will pay $800.00 each to serve.
- Members need to have a complete application in MySCA to be considered (see below)
- Members will have to pay for their travel to and from ASB
- Must be a current High School Student ages 15-19 years of age.
- Application deadline is February 8, 2013.
- Complete your SCA Conservation Crew Application in MySCA. Login or sign up today.
- Please email us your interest and week preference to SCARecruiting@thesca.org. Include the following PO#s in your email to indicate which track you are interested in participating.
- Track 1: (3/10/13 – 3/16/13) PO-00200855
- Track 2: (3/24/13 – 3/30/13) PO-00200856