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American Bird Conservancy Conservation & Justice Fellowship

Source: American Bird Conservancy

There are no degree requirements, but they do require some experience in either conservation or social justice, plus a passion for intersectional work. Applicants need to be age 21+. Fellowships comprise eight weeks of work, which can be carried out over up to six months, with a maximum of 20 hours per week.

Awards are based on experience: $7,000 for early career Fellows or $14,000 for experienced Fellows.

Deadline: May 1 each year

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American Bird Conservancy launched a Conservation and Justice Fellowship program to expand the intersections between biodiversity conservation and environmental justice. They offer up to nine paid fellowships focused on storytelling and seek individuals with varied perspectives, personal and professional backgrounds, and areas of expertise.