Tony Yang
Agency: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Program: FWS Regionals
Location: Sacramento Regional Office
Intern Year(s): 2022

Tony Yang

Tony Yang is a Hmong American who is currently pursuing a degree at California State University, Chico. As of spring 2022, he is expected to earn a degree in Recreation Hospitality and Park Management with emphasis in Parks and Natural Resources. Not only that but minors in Biological Sciences and Diversity Studies. Yang hopes to use the skills and knowledge he gained throughout his career such as working alongside California State Parks. With experiences such as these, he hopes to apply them towards his future endeavors. One of his main goals is to continue working alongside agencies with missions that relate to conservation, wildlife and preservation. He hopes to not only ensure the longevity of the environment, but to also educate those along the way. He strives to be an inspiration to not only his peers but to everyone he meets along his journey.

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