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A CCC crew from the Camarillo Center is continuing its cleanup work on the oil spill in Santa Barbara County, at the request of the state Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response.

Sixteen corpsmembers trained in hazmat and oil spill cleanup are working 12-hour days at El Capitan State Beach.  They will continue their work through Monday.
The CCC is one of the state’s premier emergency response agencies and has been dispatched to major oil spills since the Corps was established in 1976.

The CCC has openings monthly for new corpsmembers, young men and women between 18 and 25. To join, click on the blue “Apply Now” link above right on the home page.

 

 

 

 


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Camarillo corpsmembers clean up oil at El Capitan State Beach in Santa Barbara County. Photo by Jeremy Day.  

 

  

 

 

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Openings available on veterans crews specializing in firefighting, fisheries work.  Veterans up to age 29 are eligible. Click on the "Apply Now" link above to join.

 

 

 

 

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