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About the Office of Communications
The California Conservation Corps Office of Communications provides timely and relevant information that educates the public, potential recruits, media, lawmakers and CCC team members on our policies, projects, and successes. The Office of Communications coordinates media and public outreach; develops and disseminates public information via news releases, media advisories, and website and social media postings; arranges media interviews; and is responsible for the CCC brand and marketing.
To say Corpsmember Keith Morgan is passionate about the environment, may be an understatement. Working at Tahoe Center, Keith has developed his passion for the outdoors and helping his community. He's also gained a lot of experience with a future career in mind.
Being a CCC Corpsmember can be tough work, but Diana Vaca says if you have the motivation and toughness you can move any rock or climb any mountain.
The CCC culinary program provides Corpsmembers with hands-on experience of running a large kitchen. Culinary crews help feed their fellow Corpsmembers and take classes about cooking.
The banks of the Sacramento River in Redding are a little easier to navigate these days, after Corpsmembers helped remove invasive species and plant native trees and bushes in the Turtle Bay park area.
The "And More" in the CCC motto means something different for every Corpsmember. For crewleader Sarai Ayala, it's a chance to develop close bonds with Corpsmembers and staff.