Careers in Fish and Wildlife Service
Careers in FWS Video List
A Day in the life of a Wildlife Biologist (00:07:51)
It takes lots of different jobs to run a national wildlife refuge! Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt demonstrates how to conduct a lesson plan where children explore the career of a wildlife biologist by participating in a hands-on bird mist netting simulation. Through handling, identifying, and utilizing their math skills to take measurements on realistic artificial birds, children will get a taste of the real-life work that a wildlife biologist does on national wildlife refuges across the country. This lesson plan, as well as other tools from NCTC's Career Awareness Toolkit, can be found by simply typing the word "CAT" in the web browser using your government computers.
Alaskan Wildlife Experience (00:06:11)
Biologist Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt, talks about her experience at Togiak National Wildlife Refuge near Dillingham, Alaska. She describes counting caribou, tracking wolves, watching walrus, & learning about the Yupik Native way of life. July, 2011.
Another Day at the Office (00:00:53) FWS recruiting video clip
Career Awareness Toolkit (short version) (00:03:48) Presented by Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt. March 2014.
Careers Awareness Toolkit (00:57:43) Presented by Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt. March 2012.
(Captioned) Careers Awareness Toolkit (00:57:34) Presented by Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt. March 2012.
Conserving the Nature of America: An Overview of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (00:03:04)
An Overview of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This 3-minute vid eo presents an overview of the work and activities of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, America’s principal wildlife conservation agency.t is designed to precede formal presentations and programs by Fish and Wildlife Service employees, before general audiences, as a way of acquainting them with the scope and breadth of the work of America’s oldest national conservation agency. It is ideal for use before public audiences, including citizens groups, conservation organizations, and potential partners for cooperative conservation projects. It also makes a useful addition to exhibits at trade shows and public events as a repeating loop, by setting the player on continuous play.
Endangered Species Biologist (00:11:09)
This video demonstrates how anyone can give these lesson plans from the Career Awareness Toolkit. Presented by Jim Siegel and Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt. Jim Siegel and Chelsea Corcoran/Quadt give an example in which children explore the career of an endangered species biologist by participating in a hands-on population survey. By conducting a survey, utilizing their math skills, to estimate the number of endangered animals left in their area, children will experience first-hand the real work that people do on national wildlife refuges near them! To find this lesson plan and try it on other audiences, simply type in "CAT" in the web browser using your government computers.
Meet Your New Boss (00:01:01) FWS recruiting video clip.
The Journey Begins, The Tradition Continue (00:32:07)
"The Journey Begins/The Traditions Continues - A Welcome to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service for New Employees" greets new employees to our agency and offers them a broad view of the activities, the scope, and the mission of one of America's oldest Conservation organizations. It presents the work of the fFish and Wildlife Service in the words of individual employees themselves.