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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Two SCA Alumni Recognized for Conservation Efforts at The Corps Network’s National Conference

This year’s The Corps Network conference recognized two SCA alumni that have made significant contributions to the conservation community and have demonstrated outstanding leadership skills.

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Together, Let’s #InvestInKids

We’ve teamed-up with 12 of the nation’s leading youth programs to launch Be a Champion, #InvestInKids to raise awareness and increase support for youth programs across the country. Every day, these programs reach millions of kids across the U.S.

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Partnership between UAA, SCA, and the Bureau of Land Management

Consortium of Practicing and Applied Anthropology

by Jenny Blanchard, BLM

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The SCA Trifectas

From December 3 to December 31, all gifts made to SCA will be triple matched! And in keeping with our theme, SCA thought it would be a great opportunity to highlight our “Trifecta...Read more

Triple Your Impact - Mary Travaglini's Story

Multi-time alumna Mary Travaglini (pictured above on the right) created unforgettable memories while leading several crews during her time at SCA.

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Triple Your Impact - Tylar Greene's Story

For many SCA alumni, there are very distinct memories that come to mind when they look back on their experiences. As we encourage our donors to triple their impact with a gift to SCA, read about Tylar Greene’s up-close wildlife encounter in a rural setting, outside the comforts of the big city...Read more

From Chicago to Middlebury: SCA's Nicholas Brown Embraces Being a Next-Gen Leader in Conservation

Forest Preserve Foundation

Nicholas Brown remembers volunteering at a forest preserve when he was in grade school. Then when he got to high school, he joined the environmental club. Those were the experiences he listed on his Student Conservation Association (SCA) application.

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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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The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is America’s conservation corps. Our members protect and restore national parks, marine sanctuaries, cultural landmarks and community green spaces in all 50 states.

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