Today’s conservation leaders are starting to retire – who will fill their seats?
The National Conservation Leadership Institute (NCLI) is calling for state fish and wildlife agencies, federal conservation agencies, Tribes, industry and non-governmental organizations in the natural resources community to nominate their “rising stars” or individuals with high potential for leveraging their leadership capacity to be considered for acceptance as a Fellow for Cohort 9 starting in Fall 2014.
Online applications for are due by April 30, 2014, and applicants must be nominated by their organization's chief executive.
The NCLI was created to train tomorrow’s conservation leaders in the latest leadership thinking and practice, and each Fellow will focus on a variety of issues, including a specific leadership challenge from each participant’s own agency or organization. Becoming an NCLI Fellow is a major step in career advancement and contributing to the future of conservation.
Visit www.conservationleadership.org for further information on the nomination process. The NCLI was established by the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agency’s Management Assistance Team.
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