This episode is a must listen-to for anyone who wants to go into wildlife or conservation careers. I interview Dr. Nick Askew, founder of Conservation Careers, an organization dedicated to helping students find the right career for them in conservation.
We chat about Nick’s background; how he pivoted from a Ph.D. research project in barn owls to working for a consulting agency, nonprofit, and then starting his own business. Nick realized that there wasn’t much information out there for those interested in such careers and he wanted to help them.
Think conservation careers just involve watching wildlife? They are so much more than that! We talk about some of the many different types of careers and how students really need to think beyond research (we both did).
Specifically we chat about:
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