Please help spread the word that we are currently accepting applications for the Claire M. Hubbard Young Leaders in Conservation Fellowship (due Oct 1, 2021). Getting to supervise the Hubbard Fellows each year is a major highlight in my career and I’m excited to meet another batch of highly motivated and qualified applicants this fall.
The Hubbard Fellowship is designed for recent college graduates (graduated before January 1, 2022) who are looking for a broad range of experiences to boost their conservation career. They spend a lot of time helping with prairie management and restoration work, but also a wide range of other activities, including research, outreach, fundraising, and more. Each Fellow also gets to design their own independent project, which allows them to explore a topic of interest to them and produce a product that builds toward the mission of The Nature Conservancy.
Much more information on the Fellowship can be found in the following places:
Here is a video created by Sarah Lueder, one of our current Hubbard Fellows, with help from her fellow Fellow, Kate Nootenboom.
Here are some photos of previous Hubbard Fellows:
Please forward this to anyone you think might be interested in the Fellowship. Remember – applications are due by October 1!