Greenville Zoo Environmental Enrichment Scholarship
Environmental enrichment is a key component of animal management, care, and welfare in modern zoological institutions. ZCOG and the Greenville Zoo in Greenville, South Carolina have therefore partnered to create the Greenville Zoo Environmental Enrichment Scholarship, which provides Latin American zoo and aquarium professionals with an opportunity to attend the Association of Zoos & Aquarium's (AZA) Environmental Enrichment in Zoos and Aquariums professional training course. While attending the course, scholarship recipients receive the information and skills necessary to enrich animal environments and advance environmental enrichment in zoos and aquariums.
2019-2020 Program Year Applications:
The 2019-2020 application submission, review, and selection period has been completed. Congratulations to Seila Peleteiro of the Guátika Zoo for being selected as this year's Greenville Zoo Environmental Enrichment Scholarship recipient.
Applicants must be employees or associates of Latin American zoological institutions or related facilities. For this scholarship, preference is given to individuals demonstrating past or present involvement in environmental enrichment and/or animal welfare programs at their zoological facility.
Applicants must possess a functional proficiency in English.
Individuals may submit only one scholarship application per year.
HOW TO APPLY
E-mail a copy of your completed application to email@example.com
Please include a copy of your curriculum vitae (CV)
Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications and supporting materials must be submitted by 5:00PM Eastern Standard Time on August 1, 2019.
A committee comprised of representatives from ZCOG, the sponsoring institution, and/or the AZA Professional Development Committee will review the applications and select the scholarship recipient.
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