Benjamin Hawes is a sophomore at Keystone College studying Environmental Resource Management, with a minor in Chemistry.
Since participating in the Drummers program, 2011, he has become an Eagle Scout and Local Church Servant with the United Methodist Church. He is active both on and off campus through clubs, symphonic band, Honors Program, church, and service learning. Benjamin is planning on going for a month this coming summer to Tanzania to study Wildlife Management with the School for Field Studies.
What Benjamin has to say about Wildlife Leadership Academy:
My experience with the Wildlife Leadership Academy opened my eyes to wildlife and natural resource conservation. It was a great week where I was pushed to succeed, and excelled. I learned more about grouse and habitat management, silviculture in particular. I am always proud to list the Wildlife Leadership Academy on applications or to talk about it in conversation.