By bringing a club to your school, you will receive valuable networking, leadership, and professional development opportunities that serve as important resume experiences. You'll get the chance to influence conservation policy and become a more knowledgeable and ethical hunter and angler. You'll also create an on-campus community that is capable of elevating public land and water issues, influencing local conservation efforts, and communicating the importance of hunting and angling.
Starting a club at your school is easy! Find four leaders, an advisor, and become an officially recognized club through your university and you’ve done it.
Read our club manual before diving in. It will give you a better idea of what requirements and expectations exist within our program. Then, contact BHA's Collegiate Club Coordinator to get started. They can provide additional resources and help you along the way.
Manual & Forms
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