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Let's get ready! It's Day 1, and we'll give gratitude for the programs and the opportunity to join together this week.
Kickoff to the Career and Leadership Workshop with an introduction to the National Park Service's Youth Programs and a thanks to all participants.
A Change in Climate panel will explore the impacts of climate change on human health and natural and cultural resources (historic preservation) in national parks. This session will be moderated by Eleanour Snow.
Thank you for your service from the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Learn more about the diversity of career opportunities with the Department of the Interior.
Navigating the Federal Hiring Process - Next steps after completing your Public Land Corps (PLC) and Direct Hire Authority (DHA) experience. Learn how to set up your profile and use USAjobs.gov. We'll have a breakout room for each hiring authority.
Learn about the 2021 internship programs from the participants as they present their work. This session will be moderated by former Latino Heritage Internship Program intern David Reira.
Latino Heritage Internship Program: Alisa Hernández, Natural Resources Intern at Cabrillo National Monument and David Escobar, Historical Research Intern at John Muir National Monument
Meet the LHIP interns HERE
Mosaics in Science Diversity Internship Program: William Tsai, Natural Resources Field Lead at Rocky Mountain National Park and Aubrie Heckel, Hydrology Assistant at Monocacy National Battlefield
Meet the MIS interns HERE
Scientists in Parks Fellows: Hannah Bonner, Zion National Park and Alexandra Gulick, Christiansted National Park
Meet the Fellows HERE
Latino Heritage Internship Program: Brian Mecinas, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site
Let's get ready! It's Day 2, and we'll give gratitude to an outstanding supervisor and intern as we prepare for the day.
Facilitator: Lisa Collins from Education Through Engagement
Learn about the 2021 internship programs from the participants as they present their work. This session will be moderated by Tangy Wiseman, 2018 LHIP alumni and Howasta Tahiry, 2018 Mosaics alumni.
Mosaics: Sasha Escamilla, Botanical Resources Assistant, Grand Canyon NP
LHIP: Lance Tubinaghtewa, Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program, Austin, TX
LHIP: Maya Rodríguez, Communications and Outreach Assistant, Chesapeake Bay Office
LHIP: Jade Bravo, Natural Resources Management and Planning Intern, Denver Service Center Planning Division
Mosaics: Sahil Duvadie, Biological Resources Assistant, Boston Harbor Islands
LHIP: Daniella Castillo Vasquéz, Cultural Landscape preservation Digital Media Resource Assistant, Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation
LHIP: Claudia Garcia Quiñones, Submerged Cultural Resources Intern, Padre Island National Seashore
LHIP: Karla Bonilla Portillo, Education Intern, Salem Maritime & Saugus Iron Works National Historic Sites
LHIP: Rosario Valdivia, Graphic Artist/Illustrator, Tumacácori National Historic Park
Mosaics: Sebastian Espinosa, Biological Assistant, North Coast and Cascades Inventory and Monitoring Network
LHIP: Christopher Para McComas, Juan Bautista de Anza National Trail
The goal of the session is to hear from three leaders in the conservation movement and learn about their journeys. This session is moderated by Lindsay Martinez, 2019 LHIP alumni.
Ease Anxiety & Stress
Through intentional breathing and meditation we will relieve anxiety and stress and stimulate energy throughout the body.
At the end of the class you will feel centered, calm and full of energy and joy.
Let's get ready! It's Day 3, and we'll give gratitude to an outstanding supervisor and intern as we prepare for the day.
Our day will be moderated by 2020 LHIP intern Araceli Figueroa.
Join Ramón Cruz, the first Latino leader of the Sierra Club in its 128 year history, for a presentation on the organization's work connecting to diverse people and communities. What can you do in your community?
An art project as a way for individuals to combine creativity and storytelling through the creation of a unique doll. Using the information gathered from the stories of each indvidual, students will find ways to translate their stories through drawings, images, scribbles, notes, poems, and more - intoo a paper doll.
Room 1: Education, Outreach, Communication Moderator : Araceli Figueroa
Samantha Ayala (LHIP)
Yuyavan Robles (LHIP)
John George (LHIP)
Francisco Vazquez (LHIP)
Alicia Kelley (LHIP)
Ana Sanchez (LHIP)
Tahmoor Chadury (LHIP)
Yahel Delgado Diaz (LHIP)
Samantha Ye (Mosaics)
Jenelle Booker (Mosaics)
Room 2: Cultural resources, interp, etc. Moderator: Dalia Dorta
Hillary Morales (LHIP)
Marshall Morgan (LHIP)
Kristian Enbysk (LHIP)
Ramona Malcynzski (LHIP)
Manuel Alvarez (LHIP)
Nicole Segnini (LHIP)
Cristobal Lopez (LHIP)
Paola Hinojosa (LHIP)
Stephen Sanders (LHIP)
Gabriel Mogollon (LHIP)
Room 3: Biological Research Moderator: Katherine Ko
Lisset Olvera Chan (LHIP)
Viridiana Orona (Mosaics)
Lynneva Carroll (Mosaics)
Ana Arce (Mosaics)
Tyria Zanders (Mosaics)
Veronica Mantha (Mosaics)
Matthew Millado (Mosaics)
Devante Jones (Mosaics)
Brooke Su (Mosaics)
Edwin Torres (Mosiacs)
Marwa Mahmoud (Mosaics)
Room 4: Biological Research Moderator: Sheylda Díaz-Mendez
Ashleyann Bacay (Mosaics)
Antonio Ruvalcaba (LHIP)
Suzanne El-Haj (LHIP)
Charles Hambley (Mosaics)
Deja Olumba (Mosaics)
Quenten Masters (Mosaics)
Andres Perez (Mosaics)
Cristal Espinoza (Mosaics)
Jailyn Hoskins (Mosaics)
Jorge Vargas - Barriga (Mosaics)
Focus on your USAjobs.gov profile as you prepare your job application materials.
It's our final day, and we'll wrap up our gathering with some special words of thanks and recognition.
Learn about the critical importance of cultural preservation through the protection of the Simón Bolívar memorial located in Washington DC, the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park and other sites.
Thank you for your service to the 2021 LHIP cohort!