Education & Career Opportunities with T.A.P.®
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Education & Training
Education Opportunities in Environmental Conservation and Sustainability
A goal of our education program is to teach people how to design a conservation project that would be implemented throughout a city, anywhere in the world. An integral part to having a successful conservation project installed in a city will be in understand the dynamics between human behavior-ethics and their environment. Studies will build off an ecological base, from simple knowledge of flora, fauna and geology to an understanding of more complex systems like local socio & political influences and the city's affect on global environmental concerns.
An emphasis of our teaching modalities would be within a physical classroom (exact location TBA, but within San Diego, CA), with an internship program for hands-on, in-field experience. We believe this education & training combination will give our graduates enough confidence in themselves to successfully compete for a career in the field of Environmental Conservation & Sustainability.
Successfully completing an “In-Field” internship programs will assure students that they are proficient at not only physically implementing a conservation project but also at managing teams, maintaining & warehousing equipment, ordering deliveries of equipment and working with the public and local governments.
The goal of T.A.P. is to expand into cities throughout the world; of course, we will need conservation minded individuals to help with this expansion. However, The T.A.P. project has only recently initiated it’s first feasibility study (Nov. 1st, 2022 in Allied Gardens Community Park, San Diego, CA). Once T.A.P. has accumulated enough data to show expansion of the project is manageable, training and career opportunities will open.
NOTE: most likely, a 2nd feasibility study, in a different area, will be required. Feasibility Studies are estimated to last 2-3 months.
Rough guesstimation when career opportunities with T.A.P. will begin: August 2023.