Are you interested in animal care and conservation? The King Conservation Science Scholars is a group of high school students who work closely with the Chicago Zoological Society to make a difference in their community. Each scholar is expected to participate in 120 hours of community service throughout this program, much of which the scholars can determine for themselves based on their interests. Scholars have the opportunity to work in several different fields, including helping out at the Brookfield zoo, shadowing veterinarians, taking science classes, and doing field research. Scholars also meet for regular workshops focused on animal care and conservation, as well as preparing for college.