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Do you have to be a scientist to work on biodiversity?

Joshua Tree National Park in California

No, you don't. All it takes is passion and determination. You could become a teacher and work in environmental education—helping people to think about the issues that affect biodiversity. Or you might consider working in a zoo, an aquarium, a botanical garden, a museum, a science center, a national park, or for organizations like the Wildlife Conservation Society or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. You can learn about the kinds of things that might interest you by working on conservation projects during the summer.