We are offering full scholarships for youth and chaperones living in low-income communities in the United States and Puerto Rico.
Thanks to Thomas Cade Funds we will provide full scholarships for urban youth to attend a two-day Birds, Careers, and Conservation Workshop at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology August 9-10. Scholarships will cover travel, accommodations, meals, and cost of the workshop. We are looking for outstanding teens, 12-19 years old, who are interested in learning more about careers in science and conservation and who would like to have an impact in their community. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic potential.
The workshop will focus on careers in the sciences, learning about conservation science, and what youth can do in their neighborhoods to make a difference. In addition, participants will learn about Cornell, learn about cutting-edge conservation science research at the Lab, explore the value of participatory science and critical thinking, and learn about paths to higher education. Staff from seven departments at the Cornell Lab will share their expertise and time.
To NOMINATE one or more youth for the workshop please fill out the application here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/S5D6HN7
Once we receive nominations we will contact you to schedule a phone conversation.
To APPLY for a scholarship (youth) please fill out the application here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BZWB9B8
Once we receive the application we will contact you to let you know if we’d like to schedule a phone interview.
Please be aware that youth will need to travel to Cornell with an adult chaperone. (Funds for attendance will be provided, if needed.) If you nominate a youth or are a student applicant, you must include the name of the chaperone that will accompany the student(s) to the workshop.
Our new application/nomination deadline is July 6.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 607-254-2123.
We are offering full scholarships for community advocates and grassroots leaders working in low-income communities.
Thanks to support from Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Thomas Cade Funds, we will be offering a two-day citizen science/Celebrate Urban Birds workshop here at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
This workshop is for community advocates and grassroots leaders who want to learn about citizen science, engaging communities in conservation through the arts, birdwatching, and greening programs at the Cornell Lab. Leaders must be working in low-income communities and should be interested in leading community programming in citizen science and birds.
Full scholarships cover travel, lodging, meals, and cost of the workshop.
Scholarship application in English: APPLY HERE
Postulación en Español: POSTULA AQUÍ
Applications must be received by August 15.
Questions? Email email@example.com
Both the mentors and their buddies went home happy at the end of the day! One of the teachers, Neysa Hardin commented on the success of the event:
A huge thank you to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for putting on a magnificent event!!