Wildlife Career Symposium for Students
- Friday, February 9: 8:30-10:30am (Russian River Ballroom)
- No additional cost
This is geared towards students who are curious about the different career opportunities available to wildlife biologists. Students will hear 15-minute presentations from many wildlife biologists actively working in California, Nevada, and Hawaii who will describe their current work in the wildlife field.
Career Fair & Student-Professional Mentoring Breakfast
- Career Fair & Recruiters: Friday, February 9: 8:30-11:30am (Dry Creek Foyer). No additional cost
- Student-Professional Mentoring Breakfast: Friday, February 9: 7-8:30am (Dry Creek Ballroom). RSVP in advance required for the Student Professional Mentoring Breakfast. Free for students/Professionals: $15
This is an opportunity for students to meet prospective employers and discuss careers in the wildlife sciences. At he Career Fair, professionals from state and federal agencies plus several consulting firms will be present to discuss immediate and upcoming career opportunities. All are invited to attend the Career Fair.
At the Student-Professional Mentoring Breakfast, breakfast will be served and students will be able to sit with professionals at tables sorted by different wildlife job opportunities. RSVP required in advance. Limited to 150 people.
Breakfast Buffet Menu: California Sandwich with Scrambled Eggs, Sonoma Jack cheese, and Canadian Bacon; Spanish Potato and Egg “Tortilla”; Applewood Smoked Bacon; Deconstructed Yogurt Parfait; Assorted Chilled Juices; Fresh Seasonal Fruit and Berries; Assorted Croissants, Danish and Muffins Served with Sweet Butter and Preserves. Served with freshly brewed Starbucks Coffee and Tazo Tea Selection.