Here’s a fun opportunity for teenagers in Guam this summer:
War in the Pacific National Historical Park announces Conservation Ranger Camp. The park is seeking motivated high school students who have a passion for the environment and who are willing to take on leadership responsibilities.
This free, dynamic program introduces youth to fun, safe, and exciting ways to explore our island’s natural resources and learn about marine science at Guam’s only national park. In the first portion of this two part program, from July 2-6, 2018, Conservation Rangers will learn leadership skills, how to be mentors, learn about the threats to the environment, the coral reefs in particular.
During the second portion of the program, July 16-20, 2018 Conservation Rangers will serve as youth leaders during park’s Reef Ranger Summer Camp. As role models, the Conservation Rangers will help the younger Reef Ranger campers learn about threats to coral reefs from within and outside the ocean, as well as help them in hiking and water activities.
Applications can be picked up at T. Stell Newman Visitor Center (located near US Navy Base Guam), or requested by email from firstname.lastname@example.org
Completed applications can be dropped off at the T. Stell Newman Visitor Center (located near US Navy Base Guam), or emailed to email@example.com
All applications must be submitted no later than Thursday, June 28, 2018.