Learning how to expand impact to all youth
The Student Conservation Association believes in changing young lives through service to nature. SCA trained young adults to use their natural talents to mentor the youth they encountered during their SCA experience exponentially affecting and increasing the ability to impact youth through conservation service.
In 2016, SCA convened a summit of young adults to discuss how they can best serve as conservation leaders to other youth and to learn from them how to truly make an impact to all youth across the nation.
SCA uses service to nature to spark a connection to the environment and help young people grow. This project was made possible in part by the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation.