Kristen Schulte has a passion for Conservation and Service Corps that was first ignited during a back country trail crew with the Student Conservation Association. Ever since this experience, she has dedicated her life to a myriad of organizations that emphasize environmental education and service while working with youth.
Kristen has been afforded the opportunity through these organizations to live, work, and play in our National Parks across the country. Kristen completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at Southeast Missouri University in Recreation. These experiences inspired Kristen to complete a professional residency graduate program at the Teton Science Schools in Jackson, Wyoming in Place Based Teaching and Environmental Field Science where she excitedly taught students from around the country about the Greater Yellowstone Ecology System. Afterwards, she attended the University of Wyoming and received her masters in Natural Science Education and Environmental & Natural Resources. Kristen is proud to give back in the form of her research and she invites you to contact her to aid in this endeavor.
Publications in Popular Press can be found at her website, as well as the Yellowstone Youth Conservation Corps Resource Education Curriculum this coming January.
Visit Kristen’s website here