LaCC empowers young adults through conservation education, service, and jobs training. Program participants solve critical issues and perform hands-on, skills-based projects on public lands or in disaster areas. While successfully educating and training the next generation of leaders in the conservation world, LaCC engages youth as a powerful resource in the conservation of the natural landscapes of Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas.
Are AmeriCorps members, ages 18-28, who have come to LaCC from all over the country in search of professional training and conservation education
- Serve between 300-1700 service hours that average 40 hours per week
- Earn a monthly living stipend and after serving, an AmeriCorps education award
- Receive ongoing training and leadership development through LaCC and sponsoring agencies