Students can compete for a "Career in Conservation" at SeaLife
Auburn Hills —
Right now SeaLife Michigan is looking for five local high school students for their "Careers in Conservation" program.
Students can go behind the scenes at SeaLife for a hands-on experience with the aquarist team.
They'll also have education training and feed Benson and Carr, SeaLife's two rescued green sea turtles.
In order to qualify students must submit a 250 to one-thousand-word essay to sea life Michigan.
Applications are due November 18.
The careers in conservation event takes place November 29th.
Students wishing to apply can head to SeaLife's website right here.