Free Training: Write Winning Wildlife Job Applications
Write Winning Wildlife Job Applications is a proven framework on how you can write resumes and cover letters that get you interviews TODAY… and without having to pay for expensive experiences abroad, applying for hundreds of jobs a year, or knowing the right people.
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Getting a Job in Wildlife Biology: What It’s Like and What You Need to Know is a great place to start for aspiring or early career wildlife biologists, ecologists, and conservation professionals.
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- 17 years in the field (B.A. in 2003, Ph.D. 2012)
- 20+ peer-reviewed scientific publications in animal behavior, community dynamics, camera trap research, non-invasive genetics, citizen science, education, and social science in top journals like Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Bioscience, and Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
- 30 academic talks and poster presentations
- 70+ public talks including TEDx
- Study species and systems across four continents: Africa, North America, Asia, and South America
- Experience working in the federal government, zoos, museums, academia, and alongside nonprofits and state government agencies
- Researcher on large, collaborative open access projects like eMammal and Wildlife Insights
- Honorable mention for NSF GRFP