Professional Knowledge and Abilities
It has always been my dream to work outdoors and to work in nature or with animals. I am making that dream come true by enrolling in Environmental Science. In today’s world, environmental protection has become increasingly popular and many are realizing that once our environment is destroyed, it will be the end of humanity. To increase professional knowledge and abilities, students like me should join or become familiar with some sort of organization that would help them succeed in their careers. I chose Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).
Founded in 1967, “Environmental Defense Fund is a leading national nonprofit organization representing more than 700,000 members. The organization links science, economics and law to create innovative, equitable and cost-effective solutions to society's most urgent environmental problems. Environmental Defense Fund is dedicated to protecting the environmental rights of all people, including future generations. Among these rights are access to clean air and water, healthy and nourishing food, and flourishing ecosystems. Guided by science, Environmental Defense Fund evaluates environmental problems and works to create and advocate solutions that win lasting political, economic and social support because they are nonpartisan, cost-efficient and fair” (EDF Mission Statement, 2008). By becoming a member of a professional organization, people might be able to increase their professional knowledge and abilities. EDF can be tremendously helpful source to support career success for individual pursuing a career in the field of environmental science. EDF contributes toward increasing of my professional knowledge and abilities by providing resources and networking that will expand my learning abilities. EDF can contribute tremendously toward increasing my professional knowledge and abilities. EDF offers opportunities for networking with local, state and federal organizers. By increasing...
References: (EDF Mission Statement, 2008) Mission Statement Posted: 06-Apr-2006; Updated: 29-Oct-2008. Retrieved from http://www.edf.org/page.cfm?tagID=370
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