Public Safety, Law, and Security (Top Careers in Two Years) by Lisa Cornelio;Gail Eisenberg

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On the Job Safety is your number one concern as a park ranger. Much like a police officer, you enforce the laws governing the land and take appropriate action when those laws are violated. Some rangers carry firearms, while others do not: It depends on the location and risk involved in the area. Sometimes wildlife may pose a significant threat, and rangers must be able to protect themselves and others from violent predators. Monitoring these threats is just part of what rangers do. Other duties include trail maintenance, resource management, and forest-fire patrol.

They not only provide an opportunity for on-the-job training, but they also offer a chance to show that you can be a valuable addition to a firm. You can begin interning while still in high school at some firms, although your duties will be limited. As you work on your associate’s degree, your responsibilities will increase. By the time you graduate, your job experience will match your training and help make you a more desirable job applicant. Specializing in an area such as bankruptcy or intellectual property law can often lead to greater opportunities; companies sometimes land as- Paralegal 23 signments that require a larger team of people trained in one area.

The Student Conservation Association is another great volunteer organization that can expose you to opportunities in our nation’s parks. A Typical Day at Work The variety of jobs available to park rangers is as diverse as parks themselves. Regardless of where you work, however, you will have certain responsibilities and duties. Many rangers work solo, so you must be good at budgeting time and prioritizing tasks. A typical day begins by checking the logbook to see if any maintenance jobs need to be completed, such as repairing a fence or removing a fallen tree from a footpath.

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