09 January 2015

16 Jan (Fri): Talk on "Careers in Conservation and Biodiversity in Singapore"

Hear from four conservationists working in Singapore, who will share their experience of the wildlife and flora on and off our shores, about the work they do, and the advice they can give to you if you are interested in working in conservation in the future.
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This talk is for anyone, teachers, students, or public, who are interested to know what kind of wildlife and flora Singapore has and about their conservation value. It is also for anyone who are curious about being a part of the conservation industry as they have the opportunity to ask the conservationists themselves their questions.


Register at http://goo.gl/forms/iOa56mUVWd and discover the treasures of our Little Wild Dot.

Date: 16 Jan (Fri)
Time: 7.30-9pm
Venue: LT588 Ngee Ann Polytecnic

More about Little Wild Dot from their facebook page:

Little Wild Dot is another attempt at nature education and the need for conservation in Singapore. However, our audience is specifically focused on students, and instead of you coming to us for information, we bring the information to you. We go to your school and pick a date for a seminar, and we do our best to invite people within the nature circle to share their stories in conservation in Singapore, and give advice on how you can help, whether it is now or in your future career. At the end of the day, we hope to show students that (1) there is incredible biodiversity in Singapore and (2) that this biodiversity is worth every single effort in conservation.

And the best part? We do it for free.

If you are a student in a secondary or tertiary institute who is interested in conservation and biodiversity within Singapore, have your school’s environmental group or your teacher e-mail us and we’ll take it from there. We are more than happy to help spread the word of biodiversity in Singapore!

If you are someone that is in the nature circle and you feel you have a story to tell, please drop us a message as well. The more people we have sharing their stories, the greater the chances of inspiring the need of conservation in Singapore.

If you also wish to collaborate for anything outside of holding seminars, please do send us an e-mail as well! We love to work with like-minded people who have the same goals we do.

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