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Interested in a natural resources job, then Northwest Campus's High Latitude Range Management certificate program might be for you!

This program brings together local experts and university faculty to offer courses that are relevant to residents of our region and help prepare students for entry-level jobs in the field of natural resources. Students will learn field-based techniques that agencies use to inventory and monitor plant and animal populations. They will also be trained in the ecological concepts of sustained yield and the management of animal populations in the north.

FULL SCHOLARSHIPS (tuition, books, materials, travel as needed to face-to-face portions of the program) are available for 10 Native Alaskans who would like to start this 31-credit certificate program.

If you have a high school diploma or GED, as well as an interest in science-related work, this program might be for you! For more information:
  • Contact Greg Finstad, Instructor & Manager, Reindeer Research Program (High Latitude Range Management Program) by email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Application for HLRM Program (PDF 607K)
Last Updated on Thursday, 29 June 2017 10:42

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