Sabrina Graham

Catoctin Mountain Park

Sabrina Graham grew up in Rockville, Maryland, where she was always less than 15 minutes away from the nearest metro station. However, she always felt most at home out in the woods, and visited State and National Parks frequently. College took her to St. Mary’s College of Maryland in rural St. Mary’s County, where she studied Anthropology while learning to survive without public transportation. As she neared graduation, she was faced with an age old question: “What do I do with my BA?” The answer came to her during a summer Archaeological field school: “I want to work outdoors and get people excited about the world around them.” After picking up a last minute minor in Environmental Studies, she graduated and immediately began volunteering with the NPS. She’s aiming for a career as an Interpretive Ranger, and she’s excited for the experiences and opportunities ahead!

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Stewards Individual Placements

A Program of Conservation Legacy

701 Camino del Rio, Suite 101

Durango, CO 81301

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