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Clean & Green

Created in 1988 for off track middle and high school students, Clean & Green is one of the LA Conservation Corps' oldest ongoing youth and workforce development programs. Each year, the program provides approximately 500 middle school and high school youth the opportunity to gain environmental work experience. During eight-week work sessions, crews of young people remove trash from neglected streets and alleys, remove graffiti and plant trees to beautify communities. Crew supervisors strive to cultivate a positive work ethic in the youth that trains them to be responsible and dedicated workers, as they mentor them to help them to see the value of staying in school, preparing for college and giving back to their communities.

Please consider the following requirements before applying for a position with the Clean & Green Program:

  • You must be between the ages of 14 to 17 years old

  • You must be enrolled in school

  • You must show proof of residency in the City of Los Angeles (not LA County)

  • You must be able to show that your belong to a family of low income.


If those requirements all apply to you and you are interested in applying to the Clean & Green program, please print out the following application to fill out:
Application Form: Clean & Green Application Form

Completed applications can be submitted by any of the following methods:

  • Dropped off at our Clean & Green office located at 1400 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

  • Mailed in to 1400 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, Attention to Clean & Green.

  • Scan & Emailed to lochoa@lacorps.org.


If you would like more information about applying to Clean & Green, please contact Program Coordinator Lorena Umana, at lochoa@lacorps.org or (323) 224-2550 x508.

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