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  • Please take the Emerging Conservation Professionals Employment Survey

    Are you a pre-program candidate, current graduate student, or a conservation professional who graduated from a graduate-level, degree-granting conservation, historic preservation, or related program within the last ten years (in 2008 or later)? Are you a citizen and/or
    resident of the United States?

    If this applies to you, please click this link to take the Emerging Conservation Professionals Employment Survey!

    The Emerging Conservation Professionals Network (ECPN) is circulating this survey to capture and contextualize employment data for emerging conservation professionals from pre-program, graduate student, and post-graduate career stages for the 2018 calendar year. Information gathered in this survey will be used to present general trends to the conservation community, to advocate for emerging conservation professionals, and to support the development of future resources. For the purposes of this survey, early-career is defined as individuals from pre-program stages through post-graduates who have received a degree from a graduate-level conservation, heritage preservation, or related training program in the last ten years (since 2008). This also includes those working as conservation science professionals with a degree in a scientific discipline. This survey is targeted for individuals who are citizens and/or residents of the United States, currently employed in the United States, or attending graduate school for conservation in the United States. Please see the survey introduction for more information.

    Responses will be accepted through December 31, 2018. The estimated completion time for this survey is 5-10 minutes. If you have any questions, please email ecpn.aic.chair@gmail.com.
  • Managing Your Community Presence

    We hope you enjoy participating in this community! If you are no longer interested in being part of the Emerging Conservation Professionals Community, please edit your profile with AIC to deselect "Emerging Conservation Professionals" as an interest.

    If you have any issues editing your profile, please email contact@conservation-us.org.

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Latest Blog Posts

  • To promote awareness and a clearer understanding of pathways into specializations within conservation, the Emerging Conservation Professionals Network (ECPN) has been conducting a series of interviews with conservation professionals in a variety of ...

  • ECPN’s recent webinar, "Project Management: A Crucial 'Soft Skill' for the 21st-Century Emerging Conservation Professional," took place on Tuesday, November 27, 2018, and featured Quinn Ferris and Nicolette Meister. The full recording of the webinar ...

  • The Mariners' Museum and Park is offering a 10-week summer internship to conduct material analysis and conservation assessment of the Spanish fishing boat 'Isabel' (1925) within the Institution's Collection of 150 small craft from 42 countries. The twenty-two ...

  • To promote awareness and a clearer understanding of pathways into specializations within conservation, the Emerging Conservation Professionals Network (ECPN) has been conducting a series of interviews with conservation professionals in a variety of disciplines. ...

  • Hello Tucson Members! As the Regional Liaison for Arizona, I will be hosting an ECPN Happy Hour event for members, at any stage in their careers, to meet each other and discuss current projects and interests. Pre-program and those who have an interest ...

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