Youth Conservation Leadership Program

Engaging young adults in conservation, education and policy

Hannah Weiss, Education and Conservation Fellow. Photo: Rae Bronenkant / Audubon Vermont

We are excited about the launch of a new Youth Conservation Leadership Program at Audubon Vermont. Supported in part by a generous Maggie Walker Incentive Fund Grant, the program will train the next generation of conservation leaders with the tools to tackle environmental challenges. The program has three strategies: (1) structured, paid internship program; (2) student-led campus Audubon chapters; and (3) Vermont Youth Conservation Corps environmental literacy training module.

Across all three strategies, Audubon Vermont’s conservation leadership program is engaging with young adults during a time in their lives when they are making important decisions about their educational and career paths.

Audubon Vermont Campus Chapters
Youth Conservation Leadership Program

Audubon Vermont Campus Chapters

National Audubon supports young professionals through the Campus Chapter program and Vermont campuses are hopping on board!

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Environmental Literacy Program
Youth Conservation Leadership Program

Environmental Literacy Program

A partnership between Audubon Vermont and the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps

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Youth Conservation Interns
Youth Conservation Leadership Program

Youth Conservation Interns

Meet the future of the conservation movement.

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Audubon’s New Youth Conservation Leadership Program
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Audubon’s New Youth Conservation Leadership Program

Engaging young adults in conservation, education and policy.

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Meet the Future of the Conservation Movement
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Meet the Future of the Conservation Movement

Building a network of new conservation professionals

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