Conservation Career Day Saturday at UHH


Conservation Career Day Saturday at UHH

The University of Hawaii at Manoa, UH-Hilo PIPES Program, USDA Forest Service and the Friends of Hakalau National Wildlife Refuge will share career opportunities in the fields of natural resource management and conservation biology at a Conservation Career Day on Saturday, May 4, at UH-Hilo.

Activities are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the UH-Hilo Campus Center Plaza. Parking will be free throughout the campus.

Conservation Career Day is focused on showcasing local internship and professional career opportunities in natural resource management and conservation biology, as well as higher education degree programs in Hawaii available to prepare local youth for careers in these areas.

The event is free and open to the public, and will offer a diverse array of organizations and programs to share with the public. It is especially geared for middle/high-school students and their families. Feel free to stop by for as little as a half hour or stay for the entire event.

Two short educational films, “Huliau” and “Endangered Hawaii,” will be presented, in addition to the informational opportunities.

 

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