Arctic fox

Image Credit; Art Sowls

“It was a great networking opportunity and I walked away with many internships, continuing education and job opportunities as well.”

– Holly Taylor, TX


Aldo Leopold Reception: This free reception is a wonderful way for you to meet and network with some of the greatest minds in wildlife science, management and conservation. Meet this year’s award winner along with some of the previous winners of The Wildlife Society’s highest honor.

Student-Professional Networking Event:  This is THE networking event for students who are looking for mentors, for career advice, and for contacts at potential future employers. Be sure to clear your calendar for this Monday night event.

Student Professional Development Working Group Meeting:  Whether you are already a member of this working group, or you are attending the conference for the first time and would like more information, plan to attend this informative meeting!

Student Chapter Leaders Breakfast:  This complimentary event is open to three active members of each student chapter or student wildlife group.  It’s a great opportunity for student leaders and other interested student chapter members to learn what other student chapters are doing.  Under the direction of The Wildlife Society’s Student Development Working Group, students will discuss several topics of current interest.  Come share your ideas with other students and learn from your peers.