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Alexandra
Higginbotham
Languages: 
English
December, 1994
Bio: 
I think I realised how important care for our planet and the organisms occupying it was when I was young. i remember, clear as day, seeing the next door neighbours son squishing bugs on our wall and I went to stop him. What gives something seemingly big and important the right to destroy something they see as smaller and inferior. No no. Around 10'000 species go extinct every year, according to WWF research. I am so passionate about the idea that we have to help save what we are rapidly losing. I study Animal Biology at Manchester Metropolitan University after doing a Science and engineering foundation diploma in 2014. A long term aim would be to pursue a career in wildlife conversation and animal welfare. I don't expect a six figure salary but that's not what my goal is. I want to see to world and make a positive difference, no matter how large or small.
Volunteering Experience: 
Between the ages of 14 and 18 I volunteered with the local Girl guiding Brownie group acting as a guide leader. Taking the lead in trip organisation, seshion running and activity organisation. They say never work with children or animals, I would love to work with both. I took part in a volunteer St Johns Ambulance first aid group for two years
Education: 
A levels in Biology Graphic Designs and Philosophy/Ethics. Diploma in Science and engineering
Occupation: 
full-time student / part-time waitress
Other Skills: 
great communication and interactive skills with others
warm and friendly personality, kinda laid back
Alexandra Higginbotham
Fallowfield
United Kingdom
Languages:
English
December, 1994
Description
I think I realised how important care for our planet and the organisms occupying it was when I was young. i remember, clear as day, seeing the next door neighbours son squishing bugs on our wall and I went to stop him. What gives something seemingly big and important the right to destroy something they see as smaller and inferior. No no. Around 10'000 species go extinct every year, according to WWF research. I am so passionate about the idea that we have to help save what we are rapidly losing. I study Animal Biology at Manchester Metropolitan University after doing a Science and engineering foundation diploma in 2014. A long term aim would be to pursue a career in wildlife conversation and animal welfare. I don't expect a six figure salary but that's not what my goal is. I want to see to world and make a positive difference, no matter how large or small.
Volunteering Experience
Between the ages of 14 and 18 I volunteered with the local Girl guiding Brownie group acting as a guide leader. Taking the lead in trip organisation, seshion running and activity organisation. They say never work with children or animals, I would love to work with both.
I took part in a volunteer St Johns Ambulance first aid group for two years
Education
A levels in Biology Graphic Designs and Philosophy/Ethics. Diploma in Science and engineering
Occupation
full-time student / part-time waitress
Other Skills
great communication and interactive skills with others, warm and friendly personality, kinda laid back
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