Audubon Campus chapters are student-led organizations that work to create meaningful change on- and off-campus. You may start a new club or certify an existing club as an Audubon campus chapter.
By creating a Campus Chapter you are joining a network of leaders in the field of conservation, eager to provide student groups with mentorship and guidance on projects the further the Audubon Mission. You will also connect with student groups on other campuses tackling conservation issues in their area.
Once your student organization is recognized, campus chapters then gain access to resources and leadership skill training opportunities to serve as liaisons between their school, the Audubon Network, and their communities.
Benefits of creating an Audubon on Campus Chapter:
- Audubon on Campus Chapters are student informed and lead. Program participants are often provided with opportunities to take on leadership roles that inform events, training initiatives, and projects in their communities and nationally.
- Each campus chapter plans and implements one conservation action per year to help transform their campuses into more bird-friendly communities.
- Campus Chapters are eligible to apply for grants to help with projects and initiatives.
- Our Audubon on Campus Team will walk you through the process of forming a Campus Chapter or becoming an affiliate.
Let’s get started! Fill out the interest form to set things in motion.
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