SFC grads caged in no longer
The Santa Fe Teaching Zoo will graduate 38 student zookeepers from the Zoo Animal Technology Program today. Director of Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo Jonathan Miot says the college’s program is unique because it gives students on job experience in the accredited teaching zoo.
The graduates will receive an Associates of Science in Zoo Animal Technology.
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