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Catering for Career Fair

Come network with science, technology and environmental employers as well as your fellow UW Bothell students and alumni who are interested in internships and careers! This is a great chance to build relationships, practice networking, and learn about various employment opportunities including internships, part-time, and full-time jobs.

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$100

Conference Tickets

We hope to attend the biggest Environment Science conference in Seattle this Spring. Tickets are $100 for each attendee, so if we fail to get funding, we’ll be forced to run a lottery to see which students get to go. With your support, we’re hoping we won’t have to do that.

25%
$150

Annual Discovery Pass

The Discover Pass offers you access to millions of acres of state recreation lands in Washington, including:

  • More than 100 developed state parks
  • More than 350 primitive recreation sites, including campgrounds and picnic areas
  • Nearly 700 water-access points
  • Nearly 2,000 miles of designated water and land recreation trails
  • More than 80 natural areas
  • More than 30 wildlife areas

The Washington State Legislature and Governor created the Discover Pass in 2011 to offset steep reductions in general tax support for parks and other recreation lands and facilities operated by Washington State Parks, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

Today, when you buy the Discover Pass, you are helping to keep the state’s wonderful outdoor recreation sites open and accessible to the public.

$198
Funded by WA Recreation and Parks Assoc.

Speaker Fund

Talks by external speakers, including both veteran and young celebrated explorers, have been key to reviving Club membership and enthusiasm for expeditions among UWB students in recent years. Donations to this fund will contribute towards the expenses of hosting and publicising these talks.

50%
$400

Spirit of Orca Whale and Wildlife Tours

An Intimate Small Boat Experience With A Six Passenger Max Limit for a very personal experience. Whale Watching is our passion! Your goal is to see whales and our goal is to show them to you.

Captain Ken has been a professional mariner for 37 years serving as captain mainly on ocean tugs on the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. He has worked small cruise ships in SE Alaska and Inside Passage and Excursion vessels on the Columbia and Snake Rivers from Astoria, OR to Lewiston, ID.

Ken has had opportunity to see whale behavior as well as many other marine life on the Pacific Ocean from Kodiak Alaska all the way down to the Sea of Cortez in Mexico and on the Atlantic Ocean. He has seen Humpback Whales “bubble net feeding” in Alaska and scratched the heads of curious Gray Whale calves in Mexico

One of Ken’s greatest passions is to share his experience with others and now he is able to do just that by taking you out to meet the whales in their natural environment. He is a certified Naturalist and loves to share what he has learned, with you on the tour.

$650
Funded by Frank Sanford, Aimee Chen, Steve Miller

Wild Eagles and Salmon Wildlife Tour

See bald eagles in the wild on the Skagit River on this full-day wildlife tour. Departure Seattle 8:00am and return 6:00pm. Enjoy the scenery on this 2 hour drive to the Skagit River, a wonderful drive in winter. Your first stop is at the Eagle Interpretive Center. You’ll see eagles in the trees and view through telescopes set up along the river. There is also a tour at a salmon fish hatchery, and we make a stop in the area for lunch on your own with the group.

Catering for Career Fair

Come network with science, technology and environmental employers as well as your fellow UW Bothell students and alumni who are interested in internships and careers! This is a great chance to build relationships, practice networking, and learn about various employment opportunities including internships, part-time, and full-time jobs.

28.5714285714%
$100

Conference Tickets

We hope to attend the biggest Environment Science conference in Seattle this Spring. Tickets are $100 for each attendee, so if we fail to get funding, we’ll be forced to run a lottery to see which students get to go. With your support, we’re hoping we won’t have to do that.

25%
$150

Annual Discovery Pass

The Discover Pass offers you access to millions of acres of state recreation lands in Washington, including:

  • More than 100 developed state parks
  • More than 350 primitive recreation sites, including campgrounds and picnic areas
  • Nearly 700 water-access points
  • Nearly 2,000 miles of designated water and land recreation trails
  • More than 80 natural areas
  • More than 30 wildlife areas

The Washington State Legislature and Governor created the Discover Pass in 2011 to offset steep reductions in general tax support for parks and other recreation lands and facilities operated by Washington State Parks, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

Today, when you buy the Discover Pass, you are helping to keep the state’s wonderful outdoor recreation sites open and accessible to the public.

$198
Funded by WA Recreation and Parks Assoc.

Speaker Fund

Talks by external speakers, including both veteran and young celebrated explorers, have been key to reviving Club membership and enthusiasm for expeditions among UWB students in recent years. Donations to this fund will contribute towards the expenses of hosting and publicising these talks.

50%
$400

Spirit of Orca Whale and Wildlife Tours

An Intimate Small Boat Experience With A Six Passenger Max Limit for a very personal experience. Whale Watching is our passion! Your goal is to see whales and our goal is to show them to you.

Captain Ken has been a professional mariner for 37 years serving as captain mainly on ocean tugs on the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. He has worked small cruise ships in SE Alaska and Inside Passage and Excursion vessels on the Columbia and Snake Rivers from Astoria, OR to Lewiston, ID.

Ken has had opportunity to see whale behavior as well as many other marine life on the Pacific Ocean from Kodiak Alaska all the way down to the Sea of Cortez in Mexico and on the Atlantic Ocean. He has seen Humpback Whales “bubble net feeding” in Alaska and scratched the heads of curious Gray Whale calves in Mexico

One of Ken’s greatest passions is to share his experience with others and now he is able to do just that by taking you out to meet the whales in their natural environment. He is a certified Naturalist and loves to share what he has learned, with you on the tour.

$650
Funded by Frank Sanford, Aimee Chen, Steve Miller

Wild Eagles and Salmon Wildlife Tour

See bald eagles in the wild on the Skagit River on this full-day wildlife tour. Departure Seattle 8:00am and return 6:00pm. Enjoy the scenery on this 2 hour drive to the Skagit River, a wonderful drive in winter. Your first stop is at the Eagle Interpretive Center. You’ll see eagles in the trees and view through telescopes set up along the river. There is also a tour at a salmon fish hatchery, and we make a stop in the area for lunch on your own with the group.

Leadership Profile: Emily Smith

Emily hails from Provo, Utah. She enrolled at UWB for the nursing program, but joinged the Exploration Club with the hope of getting some good shots of Bald Eagles in their natural habitat. Emily loves…

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Leadership Profile: Eddie Chen

Eddie is our newest leadership member. He’s currently in the Engineering program at UWB, but growing up in California, he’s never been out exploring in the Northwest. Eddie joined as soon as he heard about…

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Leadership Profile: Jason Williams

Jason is no stranger to the outdoors. He’s a five-time winner of the National Hiking Associations Trek award. He believe exploring nature is our duty as citizens of the Pacific Northwest. Every weekend Jason goes…

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Leadership Profile: Tracy Miller

Tracy is the Exploration Club treasurer. Growing up in Montana, she has a fondness for all things outdoors. Like other club members, Tracy enrolled at UWB after hearing about the Environmental Sciences program. She has…

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Leadership Profile: Dan Matthews

Dan is an avid explorer and Vice President of the Exploration Club. Before enrolling at UWB, Dan backpacked through most of Europe and Asia on a budget of just $1,000. He was eager to get…

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Leadership Profile: Mia Sanford

Mia is the Exploration Club founder and president. She has a passion for the outdoors and enjoys taking pictures of Washington’s wildlife. While she’s currently working on her nursing degree, Mia feels that the Exploration…

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