Calling Young Women for paid training in environmental, climate & energy issues

If we are going to avoid dangerous climate change and protect our natural environment for future generations, we need to foster new voices to challenge and shape future environmental policy debates.

That is why the Australia Institute have announced the Anne Kantor Fellowship for Young Women Environmentalists.

The Anne Kantor Young Women Environmentalists Fellowship program is a graduate-style program open to young women aged 18 to 27 years who wish to gain experience and develop skills in policy, research and advocacy on environmental, climate and energy issues. The program provides a unique opportunity to gain on-the-job training with environmental, climate and energy research or advocacy-based non-government organisations in Australia. Fellows will develop a broad understanding of how environemental, climate and energy research or advocacy-based non-government organisations work, learn how to turn ideas into impact and how environmental, climate and energy public policy actually gets made in Australia. Read more here.

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