March is Women’s History Month. The NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center asked five women scientists to share a little about their science journey, what hurdles or obstacles they’ve experienced during their journey, how they overcame them, and what advice they...
Looking to pursue your passion in conservation? Here is a short list of secrets to help improve your conservation career job search. Be open to exploration Think globally, act locally! Start by being open to exploring opportunities in different places with different...
Conservation Conversation from Benjamin Drummond + Sara Steele on Vimeo. This video was made possible with support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Wilburforce Foundation, and the University of Washington.
Employers recognize that you are focused on your class work and getting good grades during your college years. However, after graduating you need to stand out from the crowd. Here are five tips to bulk up on your job skills and other knowledge that will grab the...
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ABOUT THE DJV
The Diversity Joint Venture for Conservation Careers (DJV) is a partnership of federal and state agencies, universities, non-governmental organizations, foundations, and professional societies that work together to increase the number of women and people of color in the conservation workforce.
The DJV leverages new and existing programs to achieve increased diversity with the support of the Partner organizations. DJV efforts include introducing potential employees to the conservation field, supporting recruitment and hiring, and providing opportunities for career growth and development. By doing so, the Partners can ensure that conservation organizations attract, recruit, and retain a new, dynamic cadre of diverse employees whose fresh insights and perspectives will increase productivity in the workplace