Fresno CCC

Fresno CCC
2536 N. Grove Industrial Dr.
Fresno, CA 93727
Tel: (559) 458-0914
Fax: (855) 225-9638

John Muir Staff

Corrie Lucchesi

 Megan Bronson
Career Pathways Coach


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.


"Hard work, low pay, miserable conditions... and more!"
John Muir Charter School at the Fresno CCC offers corpsmembers an educational program that makes a positive impact in the lives of our students, as well as the community. Compassion for our students, paired with high expectations, is the driving force toward high school graduation. The students know their instructor and the center staff are united as advocates for their personal growth, which empowers them to succeed.

"Corrie makes it better for us. She makes us want to be here. Most teachers make you not want to be in class and they drill things into you. Corrie puts it in an understandable way. We love Corrie!"  -Queshay Johnson, student and corpsmember

"Before joining the CCC and attending JMCS, I tried to pass the CAHSEE three times without success. Now I have a teacher who helps me one-on-one and has the patience to focus my attention. I am so excited that I passed the CAHSEE my very first try here at JMCS and now I'm just that much closer to graduating!"  -Krystal Pothier, student and corpsmember

JMCS recognizes our students' CCC efforts by awarding vocational education credits for their conservation activities. In addition, a wide variety of field-based educational opportunities are available within the CCC. Corpsmembers receive training in CPR, first aid, emergency response, highway worker safety, hazardous waste operations (HAZWOPER), cultural sensitivity and awareness, state and commercial driver's certification, conservation awareness, and career development. Students are able to earn additional credits toward their high school diploma with the successful completion of certification courses.



Enrique Rios
Conservation Supervisor