External Affairs, Visitor Services, Friends, Public facing administrative, wage-grade, and law enforcement officers, Interested FWS employees, Friends members, and contracted EE providers.
Summary and Objectives:
Offers USFWS employees a foundation in the agency's history and culture and to inspire students to bring history alive at their duty stations.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Articulate how our history and heritage are relevant today and inform the future of our agency and conservation.
- Apply an array of tools to help them communicate our history and heritage with colleagues and the public.
- Be able to conduct an oral history in accordance with USFWS Heritage Committee National Oral History program.
- Evaluate, preserve, document, and use artifacts: Articulate the importance of preserving our culture though artifacts.
- Be able to properly preserve and catalog artifacts stored at the field level.
- Design a heritage product for use at their station/office.