NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Thursday, June 1, 2023
Join us as we celebrate a year of amazing Corpsmember achievements and thank all of our partners and friends for their commitment to the Corps, the community, and the power to grow a greener future.
Growing a Greener Future... One Community, One Corpsmember at a time
The LA Conservation Corps is an environmentally focused youth development non-profit organization. By offering paid work experience on green community projects and innovative afterschool, secondary and vocational education programs, we strive to build resilience in the youth and young adults of Los Angeles and in the neighborhoods they call home.
We Are the Corps
“Join the Corps! It will change the way you see the world.”
That’s the best advice Corpsmember Anthony can give to young adults out there looking for their next step. After almost two years at the Corps, not only has Anthony’s view of the world changed, but he has also changed how he views himself.
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Need a job? Want to finish high school? Want to make LA a better place to live, work, and play? Corpsmembers can achieve all of that and so much more!
The Corps works with municipal agencies, private partners, and individuals to promote climate resiliency and build the next generation of the green workforce.
Learn about what services and benefits a Corps crew can bring to your conservation or community benefit project.
Luis works out of our site in East Los Angeles. Since joining the Corps, he’s become an expert in tree maintenance through his work maintaining trees across East LA and Boyle Heights.
Luis’ favorite place to work is the Commonwealth Nursery in Griffith Park where he helps nurture trees and native plants that will find a home in underserved communities across Los Angeles.
Watch this video to see what a day with the LA Conservation Corps looks like for Luis.
Watch the highlights from our last Traveling Tidepool visit of the summer!
This summer, our traveling tidepool visited our After School Program sites across Los Angeles. Corpsmembers, Derrick and Angelica, have done a fantastic job educating these LAUSD students about marine life.
This project was a collaboration of the LA Corps, Heal the Bay, and USC’s Sea Grant Program and K-12 STEM Center. Not every kid gets a chance to see the ocean or visit an aquarium. That’s why we bring the aquarium to the kids!
It’s so cool to watch the genuine joy and excitement our tidepool provides for these students!
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