In 2014, the Hawaiʻi Conservation Alliance developed Conservation Connections to provide a one-stop shop for individuals, groups, and organizations to connect and work together to protect Hawaiʻi’s terrestrial, aquatic, and cultural resources. There are currently over 200 sites posting to Connections, and there are opportunities for everyone to get involved, from family friendly events to more rugged adventures! Conservation Connections provides opportunities for people to volunteer and learn more about conservation, as well as provides access to jobs and internships for those looking for an environmental career.
If you are looking for guidance on how to navigate your own pathway to a career in conservation, be sure to check out Conservation Connections sister site, Conservation Compass. Here, you can find information on how to write a resume, watch short videos of current professionals who share their own pathway into the field, and more!