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Cool Careers Without College for People Who Love Nature by Gabrielle Navarre

Cool Careers Without College for People Who Love Nature

Description : Many exciting and rewarding careers exist for nature lovers, many of which don't require a college degree. The author presents a variety of jobs that allow people to make a living in the great outdoors, from guiding tourists on whitewater rafting expeditions to photographing exotic animals in distant, beautiful locales. Careers such as park ranger, wildland firefighter, and ecotourism planner allow people to enjoy some of the world's most spectacular environments while also protecting these areas for future generations. Helpful career-related resources such as organizations, books, magazines, and blogs follow each chapter, and stunning color photographs draw in the reader.

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Authors : Gabrielle Navarre

Published Date : 2013-12-15

Publisher : The Rosen Publishing Group

ISBN : 9781477718292

Page : 144 Pages

Categories : JUVENILE NONFICTION

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Filesize: 2 MB

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