Student Conservation Corps & Congress (Sc3)
Premier Environmental Leadership Training for High School Students

2017 Featured Speaker — Running-Grass

“Hello, my name is Running-Grass. In the late 1980’s, I led a group of educators, cultural and community activists in creating Three Circles Center for Multicultural Environmental Education to help shift environmental education towards a broader, more authentic and inclusive, community-based approach to environmental learning.”

As a delegate to the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit, Running-Grass helped launch the Environmental Justice movement onto the national stage. Since the late 1990’s he has worked on Environmental Justice issues in communities and at various levels of government including federal, state and local with a focus of identifying and addressing these issues at the grassroots level.
Check out this video about Running-Grass.

Sc3 is June 25 – July 1, 2017

Get an early bird discount if you apply by March 15!

About Sc3

Sc3 is a week-long leadership training program for high school students held annually at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) in Shepherdstown, WV — the nation’s top environmental training facility. Participants spend a week studying and discussing environmental, social, and economic interconnections to address conservation challenges affecting their generation.

While at Sc3, students design Action Plans to implement their knowledge in their schools, homes and communities. Sc3 Fellows learn a range of skills such as public speaking, teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, inclusivity and conflict resolution.

High School Students — Apply today! Space is limited!

Teachers — Nominate students to represent your school at Sc3

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Green Schools Alliance connects and empowers champions who are creating healthy and sustainable schools. Since 2007, the Alliance has grown organically with members from nearly 8,000 public and private schools in 43 U.S. states and 57 countries, representing more than 5 million students and almost a billion square feet of buildings.

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