The Pennsylvania Institute for Conservation Education is an organization focused on empowering youth to become ambassadors for wildlife conservation. Their outstanding leadership academy offers a year round program that focuses on teaching wildlife biology, conservation methods and leadership skills. Youth involved in the program receive mentoring from biologists, educators, and other professionals who are dedicated to sustaining a legacy of care, love, and appreciation for wildlife.
Do you wish to empower youth and become a positive role model? Become a program assistant! Participate in outreach activities in schools, manage social media, and coordinate the organization’s volunteering projects. Be a part of the effort to sustain wildlife legacy through new generations and gain valuable work experience while supporting your community. If interested, contact the Office of Civic Engagement’s work-study representative Jose Figueroa at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify your work-study funds and to receive application information.