Our first talk from Carlos Martinez at the Denver Art Museum

Well, I made it to the end. I feel like I have “kinda” figured out what I want to do. I enjoy teaching people about nature and different ways they can enjoy outdoor recreation. I hope that I can also be more involved with getting a variety of people outside. My last week I helped with the Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP) Conference. The people I met there were so kind and amazing. After all of the discussions and the presentations I saw, I decided I will apply for this LHIP internship and the Mosaics in Science internship. I hope to get a position as an interpreter, and would love to live in a national park! So everyone wish me luck, and maybe you will hear from me soon.


Panel discussion about diversity in the National Park Service

Before I sign off, I want to thank the director of EFTA, Sue Bonfield. She is the hardest working person I know, and she is a person who is doing amazing things, from conserving birds and diversifying the natural resource field to baking really delicious cakes. She is a wonderful person. And I want thank her for giving me the chance to work for EFTA, and helping me clear the path to whatever it is I will be doing. Spread your wings for bird conservation!


Talk by Julie Rodriguez about her work in the White House and with improving Latino/Hispanic lives

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