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Career Conversations on Conservation

Location: Session 1: 11am - 12pm UH Hilo at Kalākaua Lab, Kīpuka (PB 10-1); Session 2: 2pm - 3pm HawaiiCC at Piʻopiʻo (389B)

Interested in careers in conversation?

Come learn about KUPU and PIPES (Pacific Internship Programs for Exploring Science) summer internship programs! Talk with program staff and past interns about their hands-on experiences working with Hawaiʻi's leading environmental agencies and get kōkua with your applications.

INFO SESSION 1: 11am - 12pm on UH Hilo Campus at Kalākaua Lab, Kīpuka (PB 10-1)

INFO SESSION 2: 2pm - 3pm on HawCC Campus at Piʻopiʻo (389B)

For more information, contact: mbaricua@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7418

Tags: Kipuka KUPU PIPES conservation intership

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