Audubon Campus Ambassadors are students, staff and faculty of all backgrounds and interests who have a passion for conservation. Ambassadors receive access to resources and leadership skill training opportunities to serve as liaisons between their academic institutions, the Audubon Network, and their communities. Audubon on Campus Ambassadors are diverse students from many academic backgrounds with a passion for conservation. Ambassadors are responsible for engaging their campus community in conservation activities by sharing opportunities to protect birds and the places they need.
Audubon on Campus Student Ambassadors act as liaisons for their academic institutions and the Audubon Network. Ambassadors receive access to resources and leadership skill training opportunities.
What you’ll receive:
An orientation session, promotional materials, invitations and scholarships to attend Audubon events, invitations to free training, and hands on experience in the field of conservation.
Basic Requirements and Responsibilities:
You will be a full-time or part-time student at a 2- or 4-year college or university for the upcoming academic semester.
Basic responsibilities include engaging students, advocating for birds and the places they need, and promoting Audubon on your Campus! You can also sign up to receive and share Action Alerts for your area and news about local and National Audubon events.
How to Apply:
Complete an interest form, connect with an Audubon on Campus Team Member to learn more about your responsibilities, apply!
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