- Help track developments in Congress and relevant Federal Agencies related to wildlife conservation, natural resources management, and foreign policy.
- Learn to identify potential Congressional allies and environmental policy priorities.
- Research and analyze legislation related to wildlife conservation, natural resources management, and foreign policy.
- Have the opportunity to attend briefings, hearings, and events on Capitol Hill.
- Learn about and gain experience in developing and implementing Congressional engagement strategies, working in coalitions, and the federal budget and appropriations process.
The individual(s) that will gain the most from this experience:
- Will be working towards earning a Master’s degree with a concentration in political affairs, foreign policy, or natural resources policy or a law student with a strong interest/background in legislation and policy. Advanced undergraduate students and recent graduates will also be considered.
- Will have a strong interest/background in wildlife conservation, foreign policy, other federal legislative issues, and event planning.
Apply on the WCS page on Brass Ring. For best consideration, apply by April 30.