The Civilian conservation corps program was a public work relief program. A relief program created by FDR, was to help people immediately. The program was for young men 17 to 28 years old but at first, the age range was 18 to 25. In this program, it gave young men work during the great depression. They did projects for environmental benefits.
The end of the program was in June of 1942. The program ended because congress voted to eliminate funding for the CCC.
This program started in 1933 and lasted till 1942
The CCC was a public work relief program that operated in the United States for unemployed, unmarried men from relief families as part of the New Deal.
"Shaping the park and Shaping the Boys"- Robert W. Audretsgh
Civilian Conservation Corps
The purpose of the CCC is to put unemployed young men to work on useful public projects.