Wildlife pre-professionals network


Rayna Sherbinow

The Environmental and Conservation Law Club exists to introduce students to the careers available with degrees in wildlife policing, biology and fish and wildlife. The organization is designed to help members obtain certifications and strengthen their résumés and networking connections, club president Emily Kurian said.

“I feel this group is important because it helps students who aren’t sure of what they want to do get a feel for potential career paths and meet people from different jobs that they might not have known about,” Kurian said.

Several guest speakers are scheduled to present to club participants about various careers throughout the semester, and the club is planning to help members register for relevant classes and certification tests for the coming winter.

The Environmental and Conservation Law Club meets three to four times per month in Jamrich 3319. 

Interested students can contact Kurian at [email protected] for more information.