🎓✨ We are incredibly proud to announce that 25 of our dedicated Corpsmembers just graduated high school with the Los Angeles Education Corps! To watch the highlights from this year’s graduation please click here. 35% of the young adults who join us as Corpsmembers do not have their high school diploma when they arrive. Part of … Read more

Recently, Mayor Karen Bass, First Partner of California Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo, and Councilman Hugo Soto-Martinez joined us in celebrating the launch of the River Rangers Program which is helping to clean and maintain the Los Angeles River. Please watch this video prepared by California Volunteers to learn more about this amazing program.  The … Read more

Our Corpsmembers are building the urban tree canopy of the future. By removing concrete, creating tree wells, and planting new trees chosen to support the local ecosystem and endure the changing climate, the trees we’ve planted across the region are cleaning the air and cooling the streets. This is especially important in under-resourced communities that … Read more

At LA Conservation Corps, we emphasize “Green Career Pathways” in order to offer opportunities to create direct pipelines to green jobs for Corpsmembers.   As one example, in California there is an issue with replacing an aging workforce of forestry professionals. As a result, The Corps founded The Tree Academy this year using funding from the California Workforce Development … Read more

We are pleased to announce the release of our Annual Gratitude Report! Read this year’s message from our CEO and Board Chair, gain insights about our efforts across LA County, learn about Corpsmembers past and present, and let us show our gratitude for the support of our donors when you read this year’s report. Please … Read more

After every UCLA Football home game, our Corpsmembers and staff pick up the recyclables left behind in the stands and around the perimeter of the Rose Bowl. Then, we sort the recyclables at our sorting facility in Northeast LA. Thanks to the hard work of our Corpsmembers, we’re able to keep thousands of pounds of beverage … Read more

Earlier this week, we received the wonderful news that the Biden-Harris Administration announced $14.3 million in Brownfields Grants to train environmental workers. We are proud and excited to be one of the 29 organizations nationally to be selected as grant recipients. The funds received will go directly toward hiring Corpsmembers and training them for a … Read more

Did you know that we do sidewalk repairs? Watch the video below to learn more about our sidewalk repair crew.  Corpsmembers working with our sidewalk repair crew are being prepared for a wide array of jobs in the concrete industry. They’re learning the whole process from start to finish: how to demolish the concrete, set up … Read more

Dedication ceremony will kick off special Juneteenth Celebration and Community Resource Fair in the Park sponsored by SEIU Local 721 and Anthem Blue Cross Compton, CA, June 18, 2022 – The LA Conservation Corps in partnership with SEIU Local 721 and Anthem Blue Cross invite the community and members of the media to join in … Read more

Dear Friends, In case you haven’t heard or read on our social media platforms, this is a great time to join the Corps. Thanks to our partnerships with the County of Los Angeles, the City of Los Angeles, and various City Councilmembers, we have multiple opportunities in the year ahead to expand our crews and … Read more