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Thank you for your interest in career opportunities with the Aldo Leopold Foundation. Below are the positions currently available.
The Land Stewardship Coordinator will implement short- and long-term projects that address the foundation’s strategic goals and objectives, oversee land stewardship fellows and ensure day-to-day quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the Future Leaders Program and experience, and advance the prominence and reach of the Leopold-Pine Island Important Bird Area as a model for natural resource professionals as well as a conservation destination for general visitation.
Deadline to apply is January 26, 2020.
The Future Leaders Program is designed to provide recent graduates and early career professionals the opportunity to gain experience and grow in seven core areas: conservation leadership, finance and fundraising, applied science and natural history, partnership building, strategic planning, communication, and land ethics. Fellows specialize within one of two program areas depending on their individual career aspirations. Fellowships are twelve months in length, from June 8, 2020 to May 29, 2021, and fellows must commit full-time to the entire twelve-month program.
Applications for both positions are due February 15, 2020.
Education and Communications Associate Fellowship
Supports an array of on-site and outreach education programs, creating opportunities for audiences to learn about Aldo Leopold, the foundation, and our work to advance a land ethic and land health locally and globally.
Land Stewardship Associate Fellowship
Assists with a wide variety of land management and monitoring techniques on Aldo Leopold Foundation lands and across the Leopold-Pine Island Important Bird Area. Land Stewardship Fellows also participate in and contribute to an array of on-site programming.