Conservation Career Panel for High School Students


Conservation Career Panel for High School Students


This virtual panel is for high school students who are interested in exploring conservation now and in the future—whether that means looking at college conservation majors, thinking about a conservation career, or getting more involved in environmental stewardship while still in high school. Our speakers will talk about navigating the high school to college transition and share advice for students! At the end of the panel, attendees will receive a packet of conservation career resources, including conservation specific job boards, educational resources, fellowship and training opportunities, and more.

WHEN: Tuesday, April 25th, 7:00 PM ET / 4:00 PM PT 

HOST: Endangered Species Coalition


  • Ariane Lemaire, Duke University Undergraduate Student
  • Alba Estrada López, Point Blue Conservation Science
  • Hayley Berliner, Trinity College Sustainability Coordinator
  • Sarah Starman, Endangered Species Coalition


We believe that it is more important than ever that talented, passionate young people enter the field of biodiversity conservation and help build a sustainable and equitable future. We are excited to engage the next generation of wildlife stewards!