Date: Wednesday, August 24th
Time: 1:30-3:00 pm
Location: TBD + virtually

Early Career Professionals panel + resume/CV workshop

  • Early Career Professionals panel (~1:30-2:15): Unsure about your next steps in the field of fisheries? Come get your questions about career options, graduate school, and more from a diverse array of early career professionals to help you out! Come get your
  • Resume/CV workshop (~2:15-3): Learn how to craft a resume/CV that will highlight your strengths, in a mini workshop led by our AFS early career professionals. We encourage high school students, undergraduates, and graduate students to join!
  • Resume/CV peer review (~2:15-3): Have a resume/CV that needs workshopping? We’ll pair you up with another student who also wants a second set of eyes on their work. Plan to bring either a physical version or your laptop/tablet with a digital version. 

Date: Tuesday, August 23rd 
Time: 2:00-4:00 pm
Location: TBD + virtually (spectators only)

Student Quiz Bowl

Show off your fish knowledge during the Quiz Bowl at the 2022 AFS annual Meeting! Create a team of fish experts to compete for a grand prize and be crowned 2022 Quiz Bowl Champions, or come to spectate. We will stream the quiz bowl for virtual attendees!

Date: Tuesday, August 23rd 
Time: 5:30-8:00 pm
Location: TBD + virtually 

Student-Professional Mixer

Come network with early-career professionals, later-career professionals, and fellow students at our lawn game/picnic-style event!

The evening will begin with a more structured meet-and-greet, in which attendees will be invited to spend a few minutes networking with colleagues of similar interests at themed tables. The second half of the night will consist of more open-ended games and mingling.

Students will receive a catered meal including a free drink. More details will be announced prior to the event. 

Student Challenge

The Spokane Student Activities Committee is challenging both in-person and virtual students to complete a list of tasks which will encourage participation and networking at the Annual Meeting.

Checklists with the tasks will be distributed to students when they receive their meeting badge, or via the conference website. Students should submit completed checklists to the registration desk or the Student Challenge coordinator in order to be entered into a raffle drawing for a chance to win an awesome prize.



Students, do you need monetary support to attend the Annual Meeting? If so, please consider volunteering! Volunteers are crucial to the success of the meeting. Sign up will occur during online meeting registration beginning in May 2022. Student volunteers will be paid after the meeting. There is no minimum volunteer time commitment (unless you are receiving an AFS travel grant with a volunteer requirement). Hourly volunteer rate is $15/hr, and students will get reimbursed afterwards via check or cash. Contact Brian Missildine at [email protected] with additional questions.