The Southern California Mountains Foundation now has two locations offering members the chance to earn a high school diploma while gaining workforce skills. Students typically complete the program in 18 or 24 months and come away with not only a diploma, but also valuable work experience that helps them transition into successful post-secondary education, and careers in professional and military sectors.
Our UCC John Muir Charter School Chapter is located at 1355 W. 26th Street, San Bernardino CA 92405 with a satellite school serving the Coachella Valley located at 81-824 Trader Place Indio, CA 92201. See www.johnmuircs.com for more information or click here for contact information to become a student.
We are experienced in fuels reduction, non-native plant removal, trail maintenance, habitat restoration, tree planting, native plant propagation, hazardous tree removal, erosion control, stream bank stabilization, Leave No Trace Education, habitat monitoring, brushing, and more. We come to job sites equipped with necessary tools and prepared to spike camp in remote sites if needed.
Visit the Get Involved page to learn more about how the Urban Conservation Corps can bolster your conservation efforts.
Available services include:
Please contact Karen Centeno to schedule recycling services.
(909) 890-0400 xt.1008
*Fees may apply.
The Conservation Corps Mobile Recycling Exhibit is a mobile installation created to provide education about recycling best practices, and the Corps mission, to youth in schools and Inland Empire community members of all backgrounds and cultures.
The full-color panoramic displays depict Southern California wilderness with various native plants and animals, visitors engaged in several types of responsible recreation, and corpsmembers demonstrating recycling best practices. Schools can schedule a visit from the Recycling Education Mobile Exhibit to give students a chance to learn more about the benefits of recycling through a fun and interactive program. Inside is a bilingual walk-through exhibit. Walls are wrapped in art for an immersive educational experience. Imagery and messaging guide visitors through an entire day of recycling. Tactile elements displayed alongside the exhibit include “lift-up windows” that encourage visitors to interact with the information learn through self-discovery.