I want to be a part of this renewed effort and use my natural abilities as a communicator to push back against the rather formidable forces behind the anti-environmentalist movement. I sincerely hope you will consider supporting this non-traditional avenue towards global sustainability and conservation. I have already been accepted to one of the most prestigious communications undergraduate programs in the country and I plan to minor in environmental studies . In addition, I maintain a relationship with my former supervisors at Save the Manatee and Sea World, who will be invaluable resources for finding employment upon graduation. I thank the committee for thinking outside the box in considering my application.
Is it possible to refer to refugees as part of “immigration” as I do in this essay? I think it is. Just did a quick internet search. Take a look at this fact sheet from the Australian Government headed Australian Immigration Fact Sheet 60 on the internet – it discusses refugees. http:///media/fact-sheets/
Also read this headline: “Australia Increases Refugee Quota in Broad Immigration Reform”. Immigration, in my view, can be taken as a very broad term. And refugees still come under immigration law.