Interns

Tadonisha Campos Mejia
Agency: U.S. Forest Service
Program: Resource Assistant Program (RAP)
Location: Tahoe National Forest
Intern Year(s): 2021

Tadonisha Campos Mejia

Tadonisha is an individual who is driven for her passion and love for wildlife. She is determined to complete her bachelor’s degree in spring of 2022 in fish and wildlife sciences with two minors in biology and marine conservation and management from Oregon State University. In 2016, she gained an associate degree in forestry and wildland management with Citrus College. Tadonisha has gained valuable skills in aquaculture while working with California Department of Fish and Wildlife at Mojave River Hatchery. She also has a background in animal husbandry, wildlife rehabilitation, and in animal shelter work. Her employment history has molded her to be an observant, fast learning, knowledgeable, caring, and compassionate leader. She loves to take initiative and manages her time wisely to complete tasks in a timely manner and has been proven to have great promise who is eager to learn how to become a wildlife biologist.

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May 03, 2021

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