American Express

The Student Conservation Association is proud to partner with American Express in building the next generation of conservation leaders. American Express volunteers, SCA alumni, and local community participants help protect their lands and restore vital ecosystems. In partnership with American Express, the Student Conservation Association has engaged thousands of participants across the nation in hands-on service to the land. These efforts serve to build the next generation of conservation leaders and inspire lifelong stewardship of the environment.

Upcoming Events:

This April, SCA is celebrating Earth Month across the nation! With national support from American Express and Southwest Airlines, we are aiming to connect our members, alumni, friends, and partners across the country to create a nationwide network of Earth Month celebrations. From large-scale team-based events to “quick touch” service activities at local community sites, SCA can help you find an opportunity! Click here to learn more

News, Stories & Projects

This past Saturday SCA joined forces with American Express to celebrate Earth Day by bringing more than 400 volunteers to Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. This day of service marked the first of 18 national events SCA and American Express will host over the next 18 months in celebration of the National Park Service Centennial.

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Program kicks off with a ‘Servabration’ in honor of the National Park Service’s 99th Birthday on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on August 25

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SCA Volunteers cleaning up green spaces in New York City

(WASHINGTON D.C.) April 15, 2015 — Two major forces in service, stewardship and sustainability are coming together for the first time to renew public lands and community bonds for Earth Day.

The Student Conservation Association and American Express will bring together hundreds of volunteers – including young people, American Express employees, park rangers and more – at historic outdoor sites in New York City and Washington, DC. 

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