Entering 9-12 Grade Students Can Apply to Attend Student Climate & Conservation Congress

Entering 9-12 Grade Students Can Apply to Attend Student Climate & Conservation Congress
The mission of the Student Climate & Conservation Congress (Sc3) is to empower outstanding student environmental leaders with the skills, knowledge, and tools necessary to address natural resource conservation challenges and better serve their schools and communities.

DATES: Sunday, June 24 - Friday, June 29, 2012

DEADLINE: Selection on a Rolling Basis

FEES: $600 for the 5-day Congress including Room & Board, and Shuttle Transportation between NCTC and DC. SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE >

PLACE: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV
File 30671 2012 Sc3 Keynote Speaker, Barry Lopez, on Bill Moyers. VIEW BARRY HERE >
New Student Application Form >>
Returning Student Application Form >>
Faculty Application Form >>

School Nomination Form (for students and faculty) >>
Financial Scholarship Request Form >>

Dear Sc3 Applicant,

The Green Schools Alliance (GSA) and the U.S. Fish Wildlife Service’s National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) invite outstanding students who have demonstrated leadership in their schools or communities to participate in the Student Climate & Conservation Congress (Sc3). Hosted by NCTC, the nation's premier government training facility for conservationists, those students and educators selected to the Congress will become Sc3 U.S. Green School Fellows and participate in the five-day Sc3 Congress.

A unique and important program, Sc3 recognizes and empowers the next generation of conservationists and supports them to become global leaders in their own community. Sc3 Fellows learn from world-renowned experts, grow to understand environmental, social…
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