Help Local Leaders Save the Mesoamerican Reef

by Fondo Mexicano para la Conservacion de la Naturaleza, A.C.
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Project Report | May 30, 2018
Helps us find young talent in the MAR region

By MAR Leadership team | MAR Leadership team

MESOAMERICAN REEF LEADERSHIP PROGRAM 2018 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The Mesoamerican Reef Leadership Program (MAR-L) is looking for teams of maximum six early to mid-career people based in the MAR ecoregion shared by Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico (state of Quintana Roo only) who are committed to conservation of the region’s coastal and marine ecosystems and wish to develop leadership skills to advance their careers.

Thematic Approach for the 2018 Cohort: Sustainable Fisheries

Team members should work together to pursue a collective impact at the local, state, national or regional level and should apply with a project related to sustainable fisheries that will also promote community development.
The MAR Leadership Program offers training, project incubation and network opportunities to emerging leaders from all relevant sectors as long as their professional activities and interests have a direct connection with the health and environmental sustainability of the region.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Be a resident of the Mesoamerican Reef ecoregion, which includes locations within Belize, the Caribbean basin of Guatemala and Honduras, and the State of Quintana Roo in Mexico;
  • Preferably be at the early to mid-career level;
  • Minimum three years of experience working on environmental (ideally coastal and marine resource related conservation) issues through community work, school, university or work experience;
  • Experience working with local community groups and/or initiatives;
  • Be passionate and capable of generating change;
  • Have regular access to the internet in order to participate in exchanging data, email, activities, and experiences from a remote location;
  • References from colleagues and supervisors.

Need more information?
Website: http://liderazgosam.org/en/ FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/MARLeadership
YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/user/marleadership


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Fondo Mexicano para la Conservacion de la Naturaleza, A.C.

Location: Ciudad de México - Mexico
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Twitter: @fondomexicano
Project Leader:
Maria Eugenia Arreola
Cancun , Quintana Roo Mexico

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