Become a Natural Resource Officer at Lackawanna College
The Conservation and Natural Resource Officer (CNRO) Program at the Lackawanna College Environmental Education Center in Covington Township, PA is now enrolling for spring. The one-year, dual-certificate program combines the Lackawanna College Police Academy with a 16-credit, undergraduate level environmental semester.
The CNRO program will prepare students for entry-level natural resource ranger and interpreter positions in state, county and municipal park systems. Students can also transfer their environmental courses to a two- or four-year environmental studies program. The Police Academy training additionally qualifies students for law enforcement ranger positions and with municipal police departments.
Financial aid is available. For more information, call Sharon Yanik-Craig at 570-842-1506 or email [email protected]. See ad page 8.