Deanna Wyatt

Recruiting Representative, Western Region

Contact: 510-821-3320 or oncampus@thesca.org

Recruiter Bio

Deanna’s journey as an SCA intern has taken her to Tennessee, Georgia, and California. In Tennessee, while teaching outdoor classes, she handled various non-venomous snakes and reptiles and led youth groups on high rope elements and zip lines. Next, SCA took her to beautiful Cumberland Islands National Seashore where she worked closely with priceless items as an archives/museum technician. Her third internship with SCA took her to Death Valley National Park, home to the lowest, driest, hottest place in North America and second-hottest recorded temperature on the planet. While serving as a museum technician in this land of extremes, she embraced every opportunity to explore the harsh desert by assisting with the tag and recaptures experiment of the Salt Creek Pupfish and mine surveying of Death Valley’s beautiful backcountry. Deanna’s adventures with SCA began immediately after graduating from college in 2008. Deanna feels that SCA has nurtured her love and appreciation for the outdoors and as a recruiter she hopes to inspire such passions in others.

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