WEP educational presentations for high school students focus on Community Service. Along with message of “Trouper the Blind Raccoon,” the presenter Dorothy “Dot” Lee expands upon the theme of teaching respect for wildlife through Trouper’s life story, and how as young adults they can take the lead to help clean up and protect our earth and its animal kingdom.
Dot explains what it takes to become an animal wildlife rehabilitator, and possible career choices that can inspire future wildlife experts.
Young adults will be encouraged to take a stand against all animal cruelty in society and to promote environmental stewardship among their peers. The goal is to take them from “caring to sharing” by putting their actions to help the causes they care about.
If you would like to book an educator from WEP to appear with Trouper or another animal ambassador at your school or youth group, please