Created through a partnership between the National Audubon Society and Toyota, the TogetherGreen Fellowship program, most commonly referred to as the TogetherGreen Conservation Leadership Program, is an 18 month program that provides driven environmental professionals the opportunity to create postitive change in their communities and organizations and to become leaders in environmental conservation.
TogetherGreen Fellows develop and conduct their own Conservation Action Project (CAP), which must focus on one or more of TogetherGreen’s conservation goals, complement National and State Audubon goals, and/or address specific environmental behaviors. All CAP projects are conducted in the U.S.
To be eligible for the TogetherGreen Conservation Leadership program you must be either a budding volunteer or a professional with six or more years experience in conservation, environmental education, policy, or environmental issues, and a resident of the U.S.
TogetherGreen Fellows receive a $10,000 USD grant to help support their CAP, as well as a myriad of professional development, promotion and networking opportunities. Click here to see the full list of benefits.