Building the next generation of conservation leaders

7 out of 10 SCA alumni are in careers or studies that make the planet more sustainable.

This year, members volunteered 1.5 million hours of conservation service to public lands.

SCA experiences strengthen life skills that are crucial to prospering in school, work and home.

SCA volunteers served in all 50 states including the top 35 most visited National Park sites and America’s top 12 leading cities.


I want to invest in the Next Generation of Conservation Leaders.

Opportunities to serve the planet

News & Blog

July 20, 2018

Growing up around Boston, Alexandra Conrad knew little more about the Cold War than what she read in history books and saw on black-and-yellow signs designating some public buildings as fallout...

July 18, 2018

Marching out of the Discovery Center at Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge on Tuesday, a dozen young people in bright blue shirts set to work shoveling dirt, maneuvering wheelbarrows, unraveling...

Protect oceans and marine life by reducing plastic waste and using reef safe sunblock.
July 17, 2018

Ah, summer. Whether it’s boating on a lake or lounging on the beach, hiking a National Park or diving into pools, summer is all about being in nature. But while summer is the time when we’re...