Summer 2015, A-Term BIOL 399 D – Biology Internship
MW, 9:10 AM – 12:30 PM June 22th – July 22th, 2014 Instructor: Celese Spencer 3 Credits
$45 Course Fee
Field Trip: One required. (Two to choose from. Dates TBD.)
For students interested in science, natural history, tourism, and/or recreation.
You will learn how to:
• Combine theoretical foundations with practical skills in delivering quality interpretive programs
• Promote environmental stewardship and instill a sense of wonder about the natural world
**Certification as a Certified Interpretive Guide (CIG) is available through the National Association for Interpretation (NAI). Students who are interested in working for the National Parks Service, the US Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service as well as State and local parks departments, zoo’s, museums and anywhere the public and science interact, may want to take this course.
For non-majors, it would be approved as ‘Natural World’ for general education requirements. For the Environmental Studies major in POE, the course could count as any of the following: natural sciences/bioregional/or fieldwork under perspectives and experiences.
For more information, see the attached flyer or email Celese Spencer at celese@