Join fellow SCA alumni for a special historic tour of Pullman National Monument — Chicago’s very first unit in the National Park system!
Explore Chicago’s history through a behind-the-scenes look at the elaborate complex George Pullman designed as a utopian community for his workers. Learn about the glamor days of railroad transportation, and the labor riots that transformed the industry.
After the tour, stay to enjoy a free lunch with fellow alums and welcome our newest SCA alums as they graduate after serving this fall on SCA’s first all-female crew in the Midwest.
Volunteers from across the Chicago area spent their National Public Lands Day with SCA for the launch of ConSERVE Chicago, a public service initiative devoted to mobilizing young people in support of Chicago’s public lands.Read more
Join SCA in the coming year as we launch ConSERVE Chicago, a public service intiative devoted to mobilizing young people in support of Chicago’s public lands. With large-scale service events hosted on a quarterly basis, SCA will provide a platform for members of the Chicago community to give back and connect with others who care about conservation and urban resiliency.
Come celebrate Earth Day with SCA and the Forest Preserve District of Cook County through a day of service at Kickapoo Woods. Volunteers will restore this public green space by clearing invasive species and removing litter as part of the Litterati Project.
WHEN: Saturday, April 18th, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Join the Student Conservation Association and American Eagle Outfitters to give back to the city you love! On April 12th dozens of volunteers will be helping to transform a community space into an outdoor learning center in the heart of Chicago as part of the HeART This City nationwide tour.
Join us. Bring friends. You don’t want to miss this.
WHEN: Saturday, April 12th, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Are you an SCA alum age 15-28? Join other SCA alumni and Outdoor Nation for a Signature Summit in Chicago on July 13-14.This two-day Summit will bring together more than 200 millennial leaders to connect with local peers, identify the most pressing regional outdoor issues, discuss and develop strategies and solutions, receive leadership training and ultimately commit to taking action – together.
SCA’s Chicago’s Earth Day EventGet Your Hands Dirty!Saturday, April 20th Join the Student Conservation Association (SCA), HUD, and the Department of Family Services for a day of fun projects Saturday, April 20.When: 10 am-2pm Saturday, April 20, 2013Where: Little Village Pocket ParksWhat: Preparing the Little Village Pocket parks for Spring!