Conservation Department Accepting Applications
Date 2013/6/17 10:42:42 | Topic: News
|The Missouri Department Of Conservation is accepting applications for its next class of conservation agent trainees.|
The ten-member training class begins march 1st of next year with all applicants being required to have a Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry, fisheries or wildlife management; Wildlife conservation; natural resources conservation Law enforcement; criminal justice; agriculture; or other related biological sciences and natural resource subjects.
The trainees receive 26 weeks of instruction in Law enforcement and resource management. Those completing the training receive county assignments.
Conservation agent duties and responsibilities include law enforcement; public relations and education; and wildlife, fisheries, and forest management, plus other department activities.
The deadline to apply to become a conservation agent is July 19th. Applications are made through the Missouri department of conservation.