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Natural Resource Careers Summit – Help Shape Tools for Youth Career Development

Are you a career influencer? Do you support youth in exploring natural resource or environmental careers through environmental education programming? If so, please join the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education (CAEE) and Colorado Youth Corps Assocation (CYCA) at the 2018 Careers in Natural Resources Initiative Summit!

WHEN: Tuesday, September 25th from 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

WHERE: Colorado Parks & Wildlife – Hunter Education Building, 6060 Broadway, Denver

REGISTER HERE

A major focus of the Summit will be to discuss and begin to move forward on several exciting new projects including:

  • Development of a High School Natural Resource Careers Awareness Resource
  • Assembling an Advisory Committee to provide guidance on the development of the High School Awareness Resource
  • Distribution and use of the brand new Spanish translated version of the “How-To Guide for Pursuing a Career in Natural Resources”

Who should attend?

· Government agencies, non-profits and businesses interested in building pathways for youth to enter the natural resource field and in increasing the diversity of applicants for natural resource positions.

· K-12 and higher education institutions interested in connecting their students to natural resource career information.

· Environmental education providers, youth corps, and other youth-serving organizations interested in how they can incorporate natural resource career messaging into their programming and serve as better career mentors to their participants.

This event is FREE and lunch is included.

Register by September 20th.

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