Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders
Each year, future wildlife conservation leaders come together for the Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders (EWCL) conference at White Oak. This two-year training program helps jump-start early career conservation professionals through a combination of skills training, networking opportunities with peers and established practitioners and the completion of a global wildlife conservation initiative. EWCL training addresses a long-standing need for capable leaders in the conservation field who are equipped with a full arsenal of skills to launch well-rounded and successful conservation campaigns and build successful leadership careers in the wildlife conservation profession.
For more information and to apply, visit the EWCL site.
Envirovet Summer Institute
The goal of the Envirovet program is to create a force of scientists with unique perspectives, knowledge, skills, and expertise required to implement an efficient approach to ecosystem repair that will enable synchronous gains in wildlife, domestic animal, public, and economic health. To meet this goal, the Envirovet Summer Institute provides six weeks of intensive lectures, laboratory, and field experiences to veterinarians, veterinary students and wildlife biologists in the areas of terrestrial and aquatic wildlife and ecosystem health in developed and developing country contexts.
For more information visit the Envirovet site.