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Tylar Greene on Mount Washington
Tylar Greene on Mount Washington

Tylar Greene

Tylar Greene is a senior at the George Washington University studying Journalism and Geography. In school, Tylar is a member of the news team at GW’s radio station, WRGW. She also does occasional production and broadcasting work for the university’s television station. She is involved of a number of activities on campus ranging from environmental clubs to facilitating sessions on GW’s low ropes challenge course. Originating from the Bronx, New York, when Tylar isn’t studying in Washington, D.C., she’s cheering on her favorite sports teams. She is passionate about pursuing a career in environmental law to represent agencies like the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

Recently, Tylar finished a summer internship at beautiful Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge as part of the Career Discovery Internship Program (CDIP). This fall, she’ll be returning to her job at the Student Conservation Association and prepping for the LSAT.

Northern Exposure: Summer at Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge

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Northern Exposure: Summer at Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge (pdf - 39KB)

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Last updated: April 1, 2011
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