The California Conservation Corps is a workface development program that trains young men and women to become employable citizens through life skills training and hard work in environmental conservation and emergency services.
The CCC helps improve the lives - and prospects -of thousands of young Californians every year. In the process, the CCC improves the ecology of California's lands and rivers and contributes to the state's public safety. The CCC has residential and non-residential training centers throughout the state, in some of the most beautiful areas of California.
18-25 years of age
Not on parole or formal/supervised probation
No criminal convictions for: violent crimes, drug cultivation, manufacturing, distribution, trafficking, possession with intent to sell or felony possession
Pass fingerprint & background check
Willing and able to work outdoors
Willing and able to participate in emergency response when required
and more. . .