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The California Conservation Corps is a state agency that puts together young people and the environment, to the benefit of both.

Corpsmembers -- young men and women between the ages of 18 and 25 -- sign up for a year of working outdoors to improve California's natural resources.  They also assist with emergency response: fighting fires, floods, earthquakes and pest infestations.
 
The CCC, modeled after the original Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s, is the oldest and largest conservation corps now in operation.  Created by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. in 1976, more than 115,000 young people have been a part of the CCC since that time.
The CCC at a Glance
Test You'll find frequently asked questions; historical information about today's CCC and the CCC of the 1930s; some statistics, major legislation and more.
Director's Page
CCC Director David Muraki has been with the Corps for many years, getting the renowned Backcountry Trails Program off the ground in 1979.  You can read more about him here.
Staff Jobs
Along with corpsmember opportunities, there are numerous civil service staff positions at the CCC.  Learn more about staff jobs, state exams and the application process.
Contact Us
We want to hear from you.  You’ll find listings for our center locations as well as contact information for CCC executive staff.
Newsroom
You’ll find current articles about the CCC from throughout the state, highlighting the work and the young men and women of the Corps.

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