Dean Olsen has used his new skills to start LifeMapping, which offers a cloud-based, interactive mapping tool.
Trust me, you can make this work!
Arlyne Johnson led wildlife research and conservation programs for the Wildlife Conservation Society in Asia and Latin America from 1988 to 2011. Now she’s at Foundations of Success, helping organizations that work on biodiversity conservation …
The program can be ‘as intense or relaxed as you need it to be.’
The program allowed Nick Schober to take courses while keeping his full-time job.
Students develop the quantitative skills to work for organizations that protect natural resources.
The university offers free career and educational planning, along with convenient programs that can lead to new jobs.