The Audubon Convention runs July 26-29, 2019, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The National Audubon Society board and other supporters have pledged to support a record number of scholarships again this year. Scholarship applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and scholarship funds are first-come, first-served, so don’t wait too long to apply!
Please think about how your chapter can leverage these funds to take advantage of hands-on capacity building workshops, peer learning and networking opportunities and, of course… birding.
Early-bird registration for the convention opens March 15, but you can go ahead and get your scholarship applications in now.
Sustainer scholarships are available to chapter leaders, members and volunteers across the Audubon network.
Student and early-career scholarship Complimentary convention registration, plus $500 to offset other costs
This scholarship is available to students, young professionals in the early stages of their career, or to adult professionals who are transitioning in a career as an advocate for birds and the places they need. Available on a first-come-first served basis.