One of my favorite podcast episodes to share with people is #46: Starting a Wildlife Career at 40: Interview with Jeffrey Hunter. In this episode, I interview Jeffrey Hunter of the National Parks Conservation Association on how he left his corporate job to pursue one in wildlife at 40…
Whenever I talk to someone who wants my help, I always ask them “What is your ultimate career goal?” and frequently the answer is “something with endangered species.”
On this week’s podcast I talk about something that students ask me a lot – how do I choose my research? When I was in graduate school, this question lingered over me for the first six months. How in the world out of all of the things to study do I pick something?
On this week’s podcast, I talk about a hot button issue and one you probably wouldn’t expect from a wildlife biology and conservation based podcast: money
Productivity seems to be more of a career-oriented topic, but this is actually really important in wildlife and conservation work, and it’s something that is often overlooked.
In mid 2020 when COVID shut so many things down ( virtually everything), a lot of people lost their volunteer positions, internships, or seasonal positions, and they felt that it really set them back in their career in terms of getting experience. Some people are still having a hard time finding openings because of COVID.