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ERIKA PEREZ

328 S Willow Ave Galloway NJ 08205 | (609) 892-8055 | pereze7@go.stockton.edu


OBJECTIVE
Passionate undergraduate student seeking to gain experience in conservation techniques
to pursue a career in ecological conservation
EDUCATION
Stockton University Galloway, NJ
B.S in Environmental Science, Concentration in Wildlife Management 2016 - present
Dean’s List- GPA 3.92 2016 - present

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Organizer, Monarch Butterfly Project, Reeds Road Elementary School December 2016 - present
-Initiated research on the declination of Monarch Butterflies.
-Compiled a list of perennials, annuals, and shrubs needed to design a butterfly sanctuary.
-Led a team of middle schoolers into planting the garden.
-Regular maintenance and continued expansion.

Manager, Farm Market Manager, Galloway Green Market August-October 2017


-Applied knowledge of organic farming to manage Stockton University’s farm stand.
-Researched produce to be informed and to designate correct prices.
-Assisted customers with their produce while handling money and receipts.
-Constructed a Farm Market Portfolio for prospective market managers which
included tips for future markets and statistical analysis of produce yield and amount made.

Intern, Stockton Sustainable Farm Practicum, Stockton University Summer 2017


-Maintained organic crops through trellising, composting, fertilizing, and irrigation for
3 months, 3 times a week.
-Assessed plants for invasive pests to sustain their health and achieve successful outputs.
-Harvested plants for sale to students on campus.

Member, Student Climate & Conservation Congress (Sc3), National Conservation Training Center
(NCTC) Shepherdstown, WV Summer 2016
-Received a $900 scholarship to attend a week-long student leadership program.
-Informed by renowned and esteemed environmental speakers on topics such concerning the impact of
C02 emissions, climate change, wildlife habitat destruction, conservation, and environmental education.
-Attended workshops to construct elevator pitches and craft environmental related action plans
to begin impacting our community.
RELEVANT COURSEWORK EXPERIENCE

Received an A *, Still in progress**

Physical Geography* Watershed Hydrology*


Ecological Principles** Physical Geology*
Global Wildlife Conservation** Farm Market Manager*
Biology: Cells and Molecules* Biodiversity and Evolution**
Chemistry II: Organic Chemistry* Statistical Analysis of Ecological Systems*
Sustainability Special Project* Science of Forecasting Waves*

QUALIFICATIONS
FIELD WORK PROGRAMS GENERAL
-Identifying and assessing -ArcMap 10.5.1 - Spanish, Italian,
macroinvertebrates -SAS Enterprise Guide and English
-Measuring bank flow (statistical analysis software)
bank depth, bank width -Proficient in Excel and Word

EXTRACIRRILCULAR ACTIVITIES

S.A.V.E member (Stockton Action Volunteers for the Environment) 2017-present


Avid musician in school bands: oboe, clarinet, alto saxophone 2008-present

REFERENCES

-Ron Hutchinson, Associate Professor of Biology, E: Ron.Hutchison@stockton.edu, P: (609) 865-4654


-Caitlin Clarke, Farm Field Technician, E: Caitlin.Clarke@stockton.edu, P: (609) 705-0715
-Debra Sommers, Environmental Science Teacher, E: sommersd@gtps.k12.nj.us, P: (609) 703-4607

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