Taylor Wilson, Conservation Technician and Outreach Assistant
My name is Madison King and I am a Senior at Noblesville High School. As a runner for Noblesville’s cross country and track team, running is an activity I love to do in my free time. Being around my friends and family is very important to me, and I try to do it often. Going on walks in nature is something I value because I love how beautiful Earth can be. I'm in my senior year of high school right now. I'm very focused in school--especially since I'm in my last year! I take a lot of science classes because it has always been my favorite subject. In college I'm planning to study environmental science. In the future I want to make a difference in our environment and work with things I love. I chose this internship because I want to learn more about what I would do with a major in environmental science. Being able to shadow employees of the SWCD helps me better see how a job in this occupation could be for me. I chose this internship because I had heard great things about it. The internship coordinator suggested that because of my interest in environmental science I would love it here--and he was right.
My name is Makayla Metzler. I’m a senior attending Noblesville High School. In my free time I like to play with my dog and cat or work on art. In school I focus a lot on the sciences and often times math as well. I am hoping to go to either New York University or Northeastern University for college to study either criminal justice or psychology. My internship coordinator suggested this internship to me because of my love of science. I’ve always been fascinated by how things work in the world and I am always up for learning new things. The coordinator said really good things about the internship, and I was excited to learn more about this side of science. I love plants despite my lack of a green thumb--and this internship is a good opportunity to learn more.