Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders (EWCL)

by Environmental Leadership Program
Sep 20, 2012

EWCL Preparing for Class #5!

Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our fundraising effort - we are pleased to announce that EWCL will be be able to select its 5th class of Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders!

Recruiting applicants for our next class will begin soon and our next class will be selected in early December. Please stay tuned for the call for applicants come early October.

Also taking place in early December will be the final meeting of EWCL Class #4. During our convening participants will report out on the progress of their conservation projects, lessons learned and the potential for continuing their work as EWCL Alumni. Updates on Class #4 projects will posted to our website http://wildlifeleaders.org/

In other big orgnizational news, Heather Eves will be transition off the EWCL board in order to bring her skills and energy to the recently launched EWCL Caribbean Program. As Heather makes her transition we are excited to welcome EWCL Alumnus Amielle DeWan to the board.

Thank you again for your continued support of EWCL and making Class #5 a reality!!!



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Organization Information

Environmental Leadership Program

Location: Greenbelt, MD - USA
Website: http://www.elpnet.org
Project Leader:
Errol Mazursky
Executive Director
Greenbelt, MD United States

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