Welcome to THE

sacramento

regional

conservation

corps 

Training tomorrow's workforce

The Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps (SRCC) is Sacramento’s largest education and workforce training program for young adults 18 – 25 years of age. Established by the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, the SRCC improves communities in the Sacramento region by engaging young adults from high risk environments in a values-based approach to defining success.

 

We provide opportunity for young people to realize their potential in their educational career and life through community building, technical skills and job training. We create highly qualified employees that contribute to the community and a sustainable future. The Corps currently serves Sacramento, Yolo, El Dorado, Placer and eastern Solano Counties.

 

Breakfast on the River

fundraiser was a great success!

SRCC's
A very special thank you to our Corpsmember Graduate Sponsors:

Our corpsmembers come from all walks of life and have overcome some exceptional challenges. We are proud of the success of our corpsmembers, and would like to share their stories with you.

Corpsmember Alumnus

Faces of the corps

Corpsmember Of The Year

Our mission

The mission of the Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps (SRCC) is to enrich the lives of young adults by providing a development program integrating education, job skills training and work experience on conservation projects and other services that benefit our communities and the Corpsmembers.

SRCC CHANGES LIVES

Hear what corpsmembers have to say about their experiences

The SRCC is a non-profit organization. All our programs are made possible by the support of local organizations, government entities, and people like you.

Sacramento regional conservation corps

Phone: (916) 386-8394
Email:  info@saccorps.org

Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps
6101 27th Street
Sacramento, CA 95822

A special thanks to
our Community partners 
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