A monthly e-newsletter from the Association of National Park Rangers Compiled by Cadence C. Cook, Board Member for Internal Communications
The Call is Up!
This year's Ranger Rendezvous will be ANPR's 40th. Join us October 18-22 at the beautiful YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, Colorado, where an exciting and engaging lineup of training opportunities, keynote speakers and breakout sessions await. Ranger Rendezvous will also include networking opportunities and lots of fun, right on the doorstep of Rocky Mountain National Park. The Call for Presentations is now up on our website!
- Cadence Cook, Board Member for Internal Communications
Share Your News and Reviews A tradition of Ranger magazine has been the sharing of information, opinions, and advice within the park ranger community. Help us continue this practice by submitting book reviews to our Ranger editor at email@example.com. We'd also love to hear about good news from the field. If your co-worker, friend, or family member has had a big career advancement or retirement, please send it along to us to share with the ANPR community.
- Ann Dee Allen, Ranger Editor
Student Engagement Network
Navigating the federal employment system can be especially challenging for student employees and their supervisors. But fear not! The Student Engagement Network is here to help. Our goal is to facilitate discussion between student employees, supervisors, and hiring officials, and to provide resources and information to current and future employees. To find out more about SEN, please like us on Facebook, or subscribe to our quarterly newsletter, the SENtinel!
- Anna Brose
Planning a Training?
If you are planning a training or know of any upcoming training opportunities, (Law Enforcement, Interpretation, Budget etc.), please send information to our Ranger editor at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can share this information with our members.
- Ann Dee Allen,Ranger Editor
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