Angelica is a student leader at the New College of Florida. She is passionate about the intersection of science and politics and hopes to work in that space when she graduates. Currently she is writing her thesis on plant oil remediation. Angelica served as Vice President of Green Affairs at NCF, a branch of the school student government which is in charge of allocating the school’s green fee to projects that promote sustainability such as replacing light bulbs to be more energy efficient and maintaining the compost system on campus. Angelica has also been an advocate for sustainable dining on campus. She served as the cafeteria sustainability coordinator and helped in the decision process of picking a new food service provider. Congrats Angelica, keep up the great work!
You are working on a conservation or environmental project on campus
You are launching a campus campaign
You want to connect with your peers nationwide on wildlife/environmental issues
You want to receive recognition for your environmental efforts
Call for Fellowships Proposals
National Wildlife Federation's EcoLeaders Initiative is excited to offer six graduate student Fellowship opportunities this Spring to conduct and test market research and business planning and assist with content development for the EcoLeaders online community. There are two track options for the Fellowship: Market Research and Content Development.
Find the full RFPs and application instructions at: www.nwf.org/fellows.Applications are due March 8, 2015.