Interns

Fabiola Gomez
Agency: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Program: FWS Regionals
Location: Pacific Southwest Regional Office
Intern Year(s): 2021

Fabiola Gomez

Fabiola Gomez is a current alumnus from California State University of Channel Islands with a degree in Psychology. While working on her BA degree Fabiola volunteered for the National Park service in the education and interpretation team, in Santa Monica Mountain Recreational Area. As well in the Ventura US Fish and Wildlife outreach team. This gave her experience in not only outreach but also field experience working alongside biologists and park rangers. Currently Fabiola works as a Farmworker Outreach Coordinator for CAUSE in Ventura County, which gives her leadership experience and knowledge of her own community by directly interacting with farmworks and their families. Fabiola’s passion for outdoor education thrives her to continue educating others in their surrounding environments.

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