Wonder what working in the outdoor sector is like after graduation? Here are a few first-hand accounts from recent graduates and one from the oldest man to hike the Appalachian Trail. 

Ethan Honaker

“It was right up my alley.” UM senior talks about experience as Outdoor Scholar

Nick Dumke

Outdoor Scholar Nick Dumke gains one-of-a-kind experience with UM’s Outdoor Scholars Program

Grace Flynn

“My dad exposed me to outdoor activities at a very young age,” she said. “We were always outside hunting, fishing or learning archery.”

Holly Hall

Holly Hall is making history in the Shelby County School System as the first female Agriscience teacher in the county.

Gavin Gray

“My typical everyday will be me either operating a bucket truck with a 75 foot elevator or climbing trees my bucket may not be able to reach, "said Gray.

Merideth Eberhart

Merideth Eberhart goes by several names. His published books are under M.J Eberhart and his friends call him ‘Sunny’, a nickname that was given to him by his mother. However, most people know him as the Nimblewill Nomad, the oldest person to complete the Appalachian Trail.