Dear Colorado Open Space Alliance Colleagues,
The Nature Conservancy will be hiring two “Conservation Fellows” by the end of June and the application is now open and closes on April 3. Here’s a link to the job posting.
The fellowship is supported by Great Outdoors Colorado and we have designed it together to create a pathway for candidates who identify as Latino/a/x or Hispanic, Black, Indigenous, Asian, or multiracial or are from other marginalized communities to enter a career in the conservation community. The fellowship is a 2-year term beginning June 2023. Fellows will participate in a program designed to provide career growth and professional development opportunities for talented, emerging professionals who embody diversity in its many forms. Fellows will work with either our Colorado Urban Conservation Manager (me) to advance our Cities program in the Denver area or with the Director of Marketing and Communications to advance efforts to engage a younger, more diverse audience in our conservation work.
I have attached flyers with more information about the fellowship and The Nature Conservancy. We are hosting two information sessions about the fellowship in the coming weeks:
Fellowship Program Information Sessions
Join us to learn more about The Nature Conservancy and our Colorado Conservation Fellowships! We’ll also address any questions you may have about the positions or the application process.
· March 8, 5:30-6:00pm (register here)
· March 15, 12:00-12:30pm (register here)
We would greatly appreciate you sharing with your networks and anyone you know who might be interested in the fellowship!
|Christopher M. Hawkins (he/him)
Urban Conservation Program Manager
(617) 233 5775 (Mobile)
|The Nature Conservancy
Colorado Field Office
2424 Spruce St.
Boulder, CO 80302