CCNL's Internship Program allows for meaningful, paid employment opportunities for recent graduates, while supporting important cultural and environmental initiatives in communities throughout the province.
CCNL is addressing various aspects of water quality and quantity through the delivery of a pan-provincial education campaign and an action-based conservation potential study of residents on the Northeast Avalon.
In partnership with MUN's WW100 Living Memorial Commemoration Program, Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador created a video storytelling project featuring NL youth sharing WWI stories from their communities.
Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador has been delivering various environmental and cultural programming for 25 years. Programs have included Costa Rica Environmental Leadership, NL Ecoteams, Labrador Leadership, and more.