My name is Sarah Huber, daughter of Patricia and Henry Huber, and sister of Craig and Clay Huber. I am a student at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. My major is Environmental Studies and I intend to graduate in the spring of 2011 with a Bachelor of Science. I am originally from the city of Lake Worth in Palm Beach County in South Florida. In Orlando, I work in the Environmental Protection Division of Orange County doing water quality testing in the many lakes in the region. This is my first time being an intern with the SCA and I would definitely come back and do it again. It is a great way to see parts of the country that I am not familiar with and meet many new, really amazing people with goals similar to my own. After I graduate I would like to work for a national park with the NPS, but I do not have a specific job title in mind yet. I would love to still be able to do research within a park, or possibly be a park ranger. I also have another career path in mind of being an animal keeper in a zoo, or going to school for longer and becoming a doctor or a veterinarian. So I joined the SCA partially to figure out if working for the NPS is what I would really like to do, and so far I am really enjoying it. I play intramural indoor and beach volleyball for UCF, and I also participate in the annual mud volleyball tournament on campus. I enjoy art, ceramics, cooking, sports, and the outdoors.