Friday, June 17, 2016
IUCN Congress 2016 Student Participation Opportunity Still Accepting Applications!
IUCN Congress 2016 Student Participation Opportunity
The 2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress Forum is held every four years and is one of the most important global conservation conferences. 10,000 international delegates are expected to be in attendance during the conference, which includes Workshops, Knowledge Cafés, high-level dialogues and Training sessions. In partnership with Hau‘oli Mau Loa Foundation’s Environmental Leadership Pathways Initiative, the Hawaiʻi Conservation Alliance is offering a 2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress Student Opportunity to support a one-of-a-kind career development opportunity for students and emerging professionals interested in pursuing a career in a conservation-related field. There are a few more spots open for eligible students.
IUCN Congress 2016 Student Participation Opportunity The April deadline has passed, but there are a few more spots open! They will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis based on eligibility:
*Preference given to those applicants who meet the eligibility requirements (listed below by priority):
1. Resident of Hawai‘i
2. Graduate or current student of a Hawai‘i high school
3. Demonstrated a commitment to Hawai‘i conservation
4. Priority given to those who attended HCC as a student or received the HCC Student Rate in the past
Applicants must submit a current resume and cover letter that details their interest in attending the IUCN Congress and their eligibility for HCA’s Student Incentive Program.