The Climate Engagement Program aims to facilitate engagement on issues of climate change by creating a network of skilled, early career scholars.
We aim to connect early career researchers with the highest potential to expand climate literacy among the racially, ethnically and culturally diverse communities of the US. The program is looking for 10 passionate, creative graduate students or early career scientists from any discipline, whose dissertations address topics surrounding climate change.
Climate Engagement Fellows must be enrolled in a university, or have finished their dissertation in the last 2 years, anywhere in the United States or its territories.
- Questionnaire: Please include contact information, information about your recommender(s), and your answers to short answer questions. Required questions are marked with an asterisk (*). We will also ask you for optional demographic information about yourself. Your choice to not provide us with this information will not influence your likelihood of being selected to participate in the program.
- A curriculum vitae
- A letter of recommendation: You’ll need at least one (1) recommendation letter that addresses your potential to significantly expand the dialogue about climate change outside of academia.
Applications are due July 15, 2017.
You can download the application here.
Your letter of recommendation can be sent directly from the recommender to Kristy Kroeker (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please have them title the letter with YourLastName_LOR_CEP_2017.
Please email your application and any questions to Kristy Kroeker (email@example.com).