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San Francisco Conservation Corps



The SFCC's mission is to help young people ages 12-24 develop their job and academic skills, leadership abilities and environmental awareness by engaging them in outreach, conservation and community service projects in benefit of local neighborhoods.
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Address:
Bldg. 102 Upper Fort Mason
San Francisco , CA 94123
USA
Contact Person: Linda Gamberg
Phone: 415-928-7322
Fax: 415-928-7330
E-Mail: lgamberg@sfcc.org
Website: http://www.sfcclc.org
   


Detailed Information:
The San Francisco Conservation Corps (SFCC) is a job and academic training organization serving young people ages 12-24. Corpsmembers develop their job skills, leadership abilities and environmental awareness by completing outreach, conservation and community service projects throughout the city. Simultaneously, they participate in educational programs such as high school diploma and GED preparation, habitat restoration classes, personal and professional development coaching and computer literacy training. The SFCC operates out of four locations: The ECO Center (Mission District), The Community Service and Training Center (Fort Mason), The Presidio Restoration Center, and The SFCC Learning Center.


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