Position & Policy
To protect and enhance California’s natural resources and communities while empowering and developing young adults through hard work and education.
The CCC strives to operate and live by the values of diversity, equity, inclusion, accountability, hard work, education, service, and stewardship for California’s environment.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The California Conservation Corps condemns racism in all forms and acknowledge that we can always improve in how we address it. We invite our constituency, project partners, sponsors, staff, and Corpsmembers, to keep us accountable as we work to do better. We commit to examining and addressing structural racism within our organization and our own lives, as we actively work to increase racial equity in all aspects of our program.
CNRA Environmental Justice Policy
Mission Statement of the California Resources Agency
To restore, protect and manage the state’s natural, historical and cultural resources for current and future generations using creative approaches and solutions based on science, collaboration and respect for all the communities and interests involved. … READ MORE
Tribal Consultation Policy
On September 19, 2011, Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. issued Executive Order B-10-11, which provides, among other things, that it is the policy of the administration that every state agency and Department subject to executive control to implement effective government-to-government consultation with California Indian Tribes. Department is defined as any department, board, commission, council or conservancy subject to executive control, and includes the California Conservation Corps. … READ MORE
Leadership Accountability Report
The California Conservation Corps (CCC) transforms lives while simultaneously making California a better place to work, recreate, and live. Founded in 1976, the CCC is the oldest and largest conservation corps in the country. The CCC is a State of California program offering young adults a paid opportunity to advance their career and educational horizons while engaging in and providing important environmental and community services to state and local communities. … READ MORE