The Next Generation of Conservationists

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Hispanic Access Foundation have partnered to connect diverse college students to careers in natural resource conservation. This internship program was designed to hire and train undergraduate and graduate students at national wildlife refuges throughout the Northeast Region . As part of the Service’s Urban Wildlife Conservation Program, the partnership will also expand and strengthen the agency’s connections with Latino communities. Stories from interns in the field are showcased here.

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Expanded Horizons Through Conservation - Starting a new position can be challenging, but Hispanic Access Foundation intern, Crystal Leckie, fit right in with the Service's goal to conserve wildlife and their habitats for all to enjoy.
Spreading My Wings - Maribel Juarez, Hispanic Access Foundation Intern, works to preserve the natural world while exploring her career in conservation.
Springfield Hosts First Ever Community BioBlitz - Communities in Springfield, MA dive into citizen science in the city's first ever BioBlitz!
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