Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program

A Paid Summer Mentoring Program to Educate & Inspire High School Students

about Fisheries Sciences and Management

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Where are they NOW? 

U.S Fish & Wildlife Service – Since 2009, the Alabama Field Office (AFO) has been hosting young students to help achieve their dreams of conserving natural resources. Through the American Fisheries Society’s Hutton Program, AFO biologists have mentored four high school students to help set them on a path to a career in biology.

Click to read more about how the Hutton Program have impacted the lives of the four high school students at AFO.

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Calling all CURRENT and FORMER Hutton Scholars! 

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) , Office of Education offers two scholarships for undergraduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, social sciences, or education.

NOAA Office of Education will hold an informational webinar about these scholarships on
Thursday, AUGUST 11
Time: 3:00 - 4:00PM
 Eastern Standard Time; Noon Pacific Time. 


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2015 Hutton Scholar, Dionna Walker, Daphne, AL Mentors: Jennifer Grunewald , Jeff Powell and Anthony Ford Organization: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at Alabama Ecological Services Field Office

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