The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at University of Washington (DDCSP@UW) is recruiting the next round of scholars for summer 2015!
The goal of this multi-year conservation immersion program is to broaden participation within conservation, and diversify what it means to be a “conservation professional.”
From the The DDCSP@UW Team:
We’re looking for 25 freshmen and sophomores to join us for an 8 week immersion course this summer. Our program starts in Seattle and travels to various ExUrban (wildlands and rural) landscapes in Washington addressing urban conservation issues. Scholars don’t have to be environmental science, or even science, majors, but should demonstrate a commitment to the environment and to diversity, and be curious, creative and enthusiastic – incipient change-makers. Because the program is geared for students early in their college careers, we are only able to take freshmen and sophomores. If you know of an upper-level undergraduate student or a…
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