Want to earn a living doing something you love in the great outdoors? Now there’s a university just for you. The new University of Outdoors will be opening its doors summer 2014 in two locations — Altoona, Ala., and Mesa, Colo., and will be providing its students with useful skills and knowledge essential for developing a career in the out of doors. Enroll now and change the course of your future.
Do you dream of building a career as…
- a custom-rod builder,
- a fly-fishing guide,
- a whitetail hunting guide,
- an outdoor radio show host,
- an outdoor TV show host or cameraman,
- a bow technician,
- a game processor,
- an outdoor writer/photographer or
- a PR representative in the outdoor industry?
The University of Outdoors will provide courses on each of these professions, as well as many others. Students will not only learn important outdoor skills, but they will learn the essentials behind starting and operating their own businesses.
The University of Outdoors welcomes those who have a desire for a career in the outdoor industry, and it will also reach out to military warriors who defended the U.S. after 9/11, but have been unable to find employment since their return home from military service.
“Although there are many people who dream of having careers in the outdoors, many of them don’t know how to break into the outdoor industry or where to start,” Brock Ray, founder of the University of Outdoors, said. “At the University of Outdoors, we help our students find shortcuts, let them know what these businesses are all about and show them how they can be successful in opening and operating their own businesses in these career fields.”
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