Chapter & Members Benefits
Networking Opportunities: Membership provides access to a vast network of wildlife professionals, researchers, educators, and students, facilitating connections and collaborations within the field.
Professional Development: The society offers various resources and opportunities for professional development, such as workshops, webinars, and conferences, helping members stay up-to-date with the latest research and conservation practices.
Publications: Members often receive access to the society's scientific journals and publications, which include valuable research articles, case studies, and conservation updates.
Advocacy and Policy Influence: The society engages in advocacy efforts to influence wildlife-related policies and legislation, allowing members to contribute to conservation efforts at a broader scale.
Grants and Scholarships: Some chapters or divisions of The Wildlife Society offer grants, scholarships, and funding opportunities to support members' research and educational pursuits.
Continuing Education: Access to workshops, training sessions, and educational resources can aid in members' ongoing learning and skill development.
Mentorship: Members may have the chance to connect with experienced professionals who can serve as mentors and offer guidance in their careers.
Community Involvement: Being a part of The Wildlife Society allows members to engage in community outreach and education initiatives, promoting wildlife conservation and awareness.
Recognition: Membership in The Wildlife Society can enhance your professional reputation and demonstrate your commitment to wildlife conservation and management.