Our Environmental Science program will prepare you for careers working in forestry and fish hatcheries or as a natural-resource technician.
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Visit the Program
Our next program info session for Environmental Sciences & Technology
is December 14 at 3 p.m. in
Building 16, Room 102
. Come meet the instructors, see the classrooms, and learn how you can get started!
Andy Fritz has been a faculty member in the Environmental Sciences and Technology Program since 1998. Andy graduated from Northeastern University with a MS in biology. Andy worked in biotechnology laboratories in the Boston area for ten years before moving to western Washington and CPTC. He is particularly interested in Salmon biology and habitat restoration.
Kathryn A. Smith, M.E.S.
Kathryn Smith arrived at CPTC in 2004 after working at the Hanford Site for more than 11 years. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Washington State University and completed her Master of Environmental Studies at The Evergreen State College. Kathryn is particularly interested in remediating our urban environmental footprint.