Exhibit Educators help to educate the public at information exhibits or kiosks erected at special events, such as expos.
They focus on traveling to places where they use different techniques and aids (including live animals) to educate the community on the animals
The In-house Education Officer works INSIDE of the building or premises of their place of employment to educate guests.
An education coordinator creates educational curriculum, including material such as scripts and presentations to be used by educational officers.
A military entomologist uses the knowledge gained on insects to research new infectious diseases and keep military personnel healthy from it
A public relations office is responsible for the overall image of the business and communicating this image and all other messages to the public
An interpreter translates speech in a specific language, into another different language for other people to understand.
An exhibit designer creates a display or exhibit stand to communicate specific informative or educational messages of an aquarium, zoo or museum
An animal jewellery designer incorporates aspects or characteristics of animals in the design of different kinds of jewellery.
An insect breeder will choose and breed specific kinds of insects for commercial reasons, whether for the hobby trade or even as food