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Kinship Conservation Fellows

Each summer, 18 Fellows — selected from hundreds of applicants around the world — come together with Kinship faculty to create a learning experience that crosses geographic and disciplinary boundaries. What’s more, they become part of a supportive, inspiring community that expands their outreach and potential.

With more than 139 fellows in 33 countries, representing six continents, our community grows stronger every year. As a Fellow, you’ll forge lasting professional and personal relationships as you collaborate with like-minded colleagues working together to change the future of conservation practice.

We're looking for conservation leaders with five years of experience, who are deeply committed to conservation, interested in learning about using market approaches to solve environmental problems, and ready to be part of an expanding community of global leaders.

Kinship Fellows are entrepreneurial and results-oriented. A proposed project describing an environmental issue related to your work and your plans for developing a solution using market approaches will be a key part of your application.

Successful applicants will have at least some exposure to business and economic principles and be in a work environment where these principles can be integrated with conservation work. Eighteen applicants will be selected to participate.
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