Humane Society Teen Career Camp


Type of Opportunity: Camp

Date of Event/Deadline: Monday, June 1, 2020 -- 06:00 PM

Summary: Camp designed to learn directly from experts working in the field of animal care

Details: Grades 8–12 (Grade level based on Fall 2019 grade level) Come and learn directly from experts working in the field of animal care what it takes to help animals in your community Learn first-hand what a typical day in our public veterinary and shelter medicine hospitals looks like. Go behind-the-scenes and observe our spay/neuter surgery clinics. Become familiar with animal welfare organizations throughout Sonoma County and around the globe. Determine what makes them effective and how you can create positive change. Participate in a week-long dog training clinic with the shelter dogs. Learn about animal welfare rescue management and what it takes to have a career in the animal welfare field. Our Career Camp includes field trips that connect campers to future careers and introduce them to additional animal care professionals in our community. Due to popularity of our camps, we ask that campers limit their enrollment to one week, to allow other campers the opportunity to attend. See site for registration, costs, and further details.

Contact Information:

Brenda Rynders
Brynders@humanesocietysoco.org
(707)577-1902

Event Website: https://humanesocietysoco.org/youth-programs/humane-education/

STEM Areas: Science

Attendees need to RSVP: Yes

Limit to how many people can attend:
Learners RSVP'd: 0
Mentors RSVP'd: 1