Woodland Park Zoo NatureStart Scholarship
ZCOG’s Woodland Park Zoo NatureStart Scholarship promotes the development of conservation educators working in Latin American zoos and aquariums by providing an opportunity to attend the Chicago Zoological Society/Brookfield Zoo’s NatureStart course. The course provides educators with the skills to develop play-based learning environments in zoos and aquariums, which have become important locations for children and their families to learn about and interact with nature in the region.
The Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, WA provides funding for this annual scholarship.
Director of Conservation Education at Jaime Duque Zoo (Colombia). Attended the Brookfield Zoo’s NatureStart course in 2019.
Recreational Activities Coordinator at Fundación Temaikèn (Argentina). Attended the Brookfield Zoo’s NatureStart course in 2018.
Director of Conservation Education at the Zoológico Nacional de Chile (Chile). Attended the Brookfield Zoo’s NatureStart course in 2017.
Applicants must be employees or associates of Latin American zoological institutions or related facilities that are members in good standing of the Asociación Latinoamericana de Parques Zoológicos y Acuarios (ALPZA). Preference is given to education staff or individuals demonstrating interest or involvement in environmental education programs involving children and families.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include a copy of your curriculum vitae (CV)
Send questions to email@example.com
WANT TO HELP?
Zoológico Nacional de Chile (Chile)
Fundación Temaikèn (Argentina)
Jaime Duque Zoo (Colombia)
Buin Zoo (Chile)
WAYS YOU CAN ACT
Contact ZCOG for details on how your institution can establish an annual conservation scholarship award