Submitted by Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
High school and college-age students can learn about occupations in the zoological field during Northwest Trek Wildlife Park’s annual Career Day on March 5.
And the event is free to participants.
Reservations for this exciting and educational experience are open at www.nwtrek.org/careerday.
Career Day is a time for exploration in animal-care and related occupations, engagement in nature, and encouragement from men and women who work in the zoo field every day.
Northwest Trek staff members will provide an introduction to a variety of these careers through talks and demonstrations.
Career Day events and activities, including admission to the wildlife park, are free for participants. However, students under 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult. One adult chaperone may accompany more than one student and must stay with the students throughout the day.
Students who have pre-registered may begin checking in at 9:30 a.m. on the day of the event.
Scheduled activities run from 10 a.m. to noon. Students may take self-guided tours during the afternoon.
For more information, contact Jessica Moore at 360-832-7160 or email@example.com.
Space is limited, so it’s best to reserve early. If openings remain, there will be day-of-the-event registration, but there’s no guarantee of getting in.