The Center for Jackson Hole announced today that applications for the 2019 Emerging Leaders Program are now open.
Applications can be made here.
Participants will announced by May 31st.
The Emerging Leader Program is an initiative of The Center for Jackson Hole, a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to use outdoor recreation to strengthen the coalition of interests dedicated to the protection of the natural world.
We achieve this mission via two main programs: SHIFT (Shaping How we Invest For Tomorrow), an annual festival, held each autumn in Jackson Hole, that explores issues at the intersection of outdoor recreation, conservation, public health and cultural relevancy; and The Emerging Leaders Program, which prepares a diverse group of outdoor recreationists, ages 21-30, to help engage in discussions critical to the protection of public lands.
We are excited to invite early career leaders who have distinguished themselves in outdoor recreation, conservation, land management, cultural relevancy and public health to apply for The 2019 Emerging Leaders Program.
At each Emerging Leaders Program, participants will receive:
Tactics to achieve these objectives include:
The deadline for ELP nominations is April 21, 2019 at midnight, Pacific Time
More information about the Emerging Leaders Program may be found by contacting the Program’s Director, Dr. Morgan Green, at firstname.lastname@example.org.