Kelsey Griffin's project evaluates the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society’s Wildlife Conservation Camp (WCC), a week-long camp for high school students that provides hands-on activities and education regarding wildlife and conservation. The camp, created and organized in 1993 by the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society, has been held every summer since 1995 in several locations throughout Texas and is designed to educate students about wildlife management, the wildlife profession, and conservation of natural resources. The ultimate goal is to have students leave the camp as “stewards of the land” with an appreciation and better understanding of wildlife. Through its 20-year duration the WCC has never been evaluated. A survey questionnaire will be used to contact all former campers with the objectives looking at the long-term effects the WCC has had on participants, determining if program goals have been met, and investigating methods to potentially improve the WCC.