The young women and men of the Corps work hard protecting and restoring California’s environment and responding to disasters, becoming stronger workers, citizens and individuals through their service.
Fifteen CCC crews -- 209 corpsmembers
-- have been dispatched to wildfires or are assisting the fire agencies with
support as of today.
crews each have been sent to the two major fires, the Sand Fire near Santa Clarita in Los Angeles County and the Soberanes Fire near Big Sur in Monterey
Fire -- crews from Camarillo, Los Angeles and Pomona have been dispatched and
are assisting with logistical support.
Fire -- Crews from Fresno, San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria and Watsonville have been
called out by Cal Fire for fire camp support.
addition, the two Camarillo fire crews are in a staffing pattern for Cal Fire
in Ventura County; the Ukiah fire crew, a Tahoe crew and a Sacramento crew are
providing support for the U.S. Forest Service.
crews are expected to be called out as needed.
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.
CCC Director Bruce Saito
Tahoe corpsmember Randolph Young presents a bronzed hiking boot to Gov. Brown at the CCC's 40th anniversary ceremony at the Capitol. CCC Director Bruce Saito is at right.
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.