Conserve School is partnering with the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and Treehaven Environmental Learning Center for a unique graduate program. The two-year fellowship offers a holistic approach to graduate school by integrating academic classes, work experience and opportunities for personal growth. Completion of the fellowship will provide these future environmental leaders with a Master of Science in Natural Resources with an emphasis in Residential Environmental Education.
Fellows reside at Conserve School, tucked away in the beautiful northern forests of Wisconsin, for all four semesters while completing UWSP distance learning and face-to-face courses. At the same time, they gain skills at an environmental boarding school and a residential environmental education center. This seamless integration of academic work and hands-on skills results in a graduate degree with meaningful application.
The goals of the Fellowship program are to:
These graduate fellowship students act as mentor, friend and role model for environmental stewardship in the lives of the students of Conserve.
Learn more at: http://www4.uwsp.edu/cnr/gfree/