Empowers Californians to take meaningful action to serve and help protect our most vulnerable communities against the harshest impacts of climate change.
Apply today to join the California Climate Action Corps!
Do you want to take meaningful climate action to support vulnerable communities in California while advancing your career skills?
Climate change poses risks and challenges for communities across California and beyond. It also presents opportunities to build community resilience and create a more sustainable, equitable future for all.
California Climate Action Corps is a national service program led by California Volunteers, Office of the Governor, and implemented by Bay Area Community Resources. The program is rooted in hope for a better tomorrow and offers a Fellowship for emerging climate and civic leaders.
Fellows with California Climate Action Corps join the program for a paid term of service with public agencies, tribes, nonprofit organizations, and educational institutions to harness the power of volunteerism and drive climate action in frontline communities most impacted by the effects of climate change. Fellows support and lead projects related to urban greening, organic waste and edible food recovery, wildfire resiliency.
Interested? Apply today for the Fellowship!
Fellows with California Climate Action Corps benefit from:
Paid term of service with health plan benefits
Up to $10,000 in education awards and forbearance for existing stloans
Exposure to a variety of climate projects with leading organizations
Ongoing opportunities for training and professional development
Fellows in Action
California Climate Action Corps Fellows support communities to mitigate the climate crisis and build resilience through urban greening, organic waste & edible food recovery, and wildfire resiliency projects.
Want a chance to learn real-world climate action skills through community action projects to make a difference in your community or California? Join California Climate Action Corps Fellows working to fight the climate crisis across California!