Doris Duke Conservation Scholars program


Join a diverse, committed, and exciting group of students from around the country on an 8-week journey from the urban jungle to the old growth forest and back.

• Explore conservation across urban, managed, and protected environments

• Connect conservation to cultural heritage and environmental justice

• Understand conservation in the context of food, water, biodiversity and climate

• Network with conservation professionals

• Become the next generation of conservation leadership

The Year 1 experience, Classroom in the Field, starts on June 23rd, 2014. Doris Duke Conservation Scholars will have all travel, insurance, food and lodging paid during their 8-week summer experience, and will receive a weekly stipend of $500. Year 1 Scholars may be invited to join a Conservation Solutions Team, or receive a prestigious Conservation Internship in subsequent summers. Explore why conservation can make a difference and how you can make a difference in conservation. Apply by January 31, 2014

Learn more and apply at the next generation of conservation leadership:

UNIVERSITY of WASHINGTON, College of the Environment

Phone: 206-221-5824 or Email: