LOCATION: Fort Dupont National Park DATE & TIME: Saturday, October 16, 8am-3pmEVENT RECAP: A great turnout and a high energy level resulted in an amazing amount of work completed in just a few hours time....Read more
In today’s economy, hands-on internships can make a real difference for young professionals - and those same young people can make a real difference through national service.
Rouge Park Mountain Bike Trail, Detroit, MISunday, October 3, 10am-2pmEVENT RECAP: Event was a huge success with approximately 30 participants from SCA, the Michigan Mountain Bike Association and the Hub (a local community bike shop in Detroit)! The location was at Rouge Park’s Mountain Bike trail, a two-mile loop along the Rouge River in Northwest Detroit....Read more
After BP’s oil-and-methane spill in the Gulf of Mexico this year, James (now 16), Elaine (18), and their long-time friend Andrew Daniels (17) recorded “The Bird,” with James as the lead singer and guitarist, Elaine on drums and vocal, and Andrew on bass.”The Bird” was featured on the “Weekend without Oil” campaign of DoSomething.org — “one of the largest organizations in the US that helps young p
By Nadine Cheung, © 2010 JSYKIn April, an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig caused the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history. Five months later, a cement plug has sealed BP’s gushing well, but people will be feeling the effects from the incident for years to come.
Two-time NSSA Nationals Women’s Open Champion, “Most Outstanding Performance” award recipient and the first pick for the 2011 USA Pac Sun Surf Team, Lakey Peterson is an unstoppable 16-year-old.Charlestown, NH (Vocus) September 28, 2010Two-time NSSA Nationals Women’s Open Champion, “Most Outstanding Performance” award recipient and the first pick for the 2011 USA Pac Sun Surf Team, Lakey Peterson
“America’s National Parks attract millions of visitors every year from around the world. For decades, the Student Conservation Association (SCA) has been there to keep the parks running smoothly.
Dawn Coulson, a forest technician at George Washington-Jefferson National Forest in Virginia, admits she’s been accused of “adopting” SCA members in the past. “I’ve backpacked in pizzas for them, hosted them at my house, and made any number of lasting friendships,” she says.SCA relies on the support of many, including our resource management partners who support SCA members in the field.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Jay Satz 206.324-4649, ext. 815 [email protected](TACOMA, WA)—-The Student Conservation Association (SCA), a national leader in youth service and stewardship, has awarded U.S.