NES takes on Careers Expo 2024

Five NES staff, including the NES Suwarrow rangers were stationed at the booths to share their roles in protecting the Cook Islands natural environment.
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The NES booth was buzzing with excited students at Rarotonga’s Careers Expo yesterday. Balancing education and engagement, the NES booth had an information corner, quiz area, jigsaw puzzle competition and snakes and ladders game. Through our interactive games, students learnt about proper recycling practices, Cook Islands bird’s species and conservation methods. At our information corner, students could sign up for upcoming volunteer opportunities and discuss the requirements for roles at NES. Students of all ages enjoyed the interactive activities while learning more about the Cook Islands environment and career paths in the environment sector. Five NES staff, including the NES Suwarrow rangers were stationed at the booths to share their roles in protecting the Cook Islands natural environment.

The NES is proud to be a part of the annual Careers Expo and looks forward to inspiring the career choices of more young Cook Islanders.

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The National Environment Service is established to protect, conserve and ensure the Cook Islands environment is managed sustainably. The agency is headed by a Director with delegated powers to carry out the functions of the Environment Act 2003.

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