Media Kit

News Releases

SCA Statement on the Covid-19 Outbreak

SCA is grateful to the many who have reached out with expressions of encouragement, favor, and concern. Ours is a generous and caring community.

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SCA's Covid-19 Response

SCA’s uppermost priority is the health and well-being of our staff and members. We are continuing to monitor and respond to the ongoing Covid-19 situation by reviewing CDC and WHO guidelines daily, as well as public health recommendations at relevant local levels. 

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Triple Your Impact - Rod Rolett's Story

Before his almost 30-year career in investment banking, Rod Rolett (pictured above on the left) was a back country ranger intern for SCA.

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Triple Your Impact - Jonathan Fennell's Story

Meet Jonathan “Jay” Fennell (pictured above on the left), a geologist with the Bureau of Land Management in Alaska.
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SCA Hudson Valley AmeriCorps Celebrates 20 Years of Conserving the Region’s Resources

(FISHKILL, NY) November 5, 2019 —- The 20th season of the Student Conservation Association’s Hudson Valley AmeriCorps Program was among its most productive, organizers reported at a ceremony recognizing the accomplishments of the program’s 40 young adult members.

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SCA Interns Aid First-of-its-Kind Advancement in Ocelot Survival Effort

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service states thanks to new approaches in field-ready semen sampling and freezing developed by their partners at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden led by Dr.
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SCA Statement on Sunday’s Shooting in Dayton, Ohio

The entire SCA community is saddened by this tragedy and the heartbreaking loss of life. We grieve for the families and loved ones of those taken from us, and for all those impacted by this horrific act.

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SCA Names New President / CEO

(ARLINGTON, VA) July 1, 2019 —- The Student Conservation Association (SCA) today announced that after five years of service as president and chief executive officer, Jaime Berman Matyas has stepped down to pursue other opportunities.
 
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GulfCorps Named Project of the Year by The Corps Network

WASHINGTON, DC [December 19, 2018] – The Corps Network, the national association of Service and Conservation Corps, today announced the winners of the 2019 Corpsmember of the Year, Project of the Year and Legacy Achievement Awards.

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SCA Alumna Named Superintendent of Devils Tower

DENVER —- Acting Intermountain Regional Director Kate Hammond announced the selection of Amnesty Kochanowski as superintendent of Devils Tower National Monument. Kochanowski has been serving as interim superintendent at Devils Tower National Monument since July 2018.
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