Multiple fellowships varying from $5,000 – $30,000 are available for Master in Environmental Management (MEM) applicants at Western Colorado University. See https://western.edu/program/master-environmental-management-mem/fellowship- opportunities-in-mem/ for a full list, which includes funding for applicants with national service experience (Peace Corps, Americorps, Military) or interest in environmental/wildlife monitoring, public lands management, sustainable communities, globalization issues, environmental justice, collaborative conservation, food systems, and more. Also accepting applicants for the National Science Foundation-funded EMPLOYS program (https://www.centerforpubliclands.org/projects-add/employs-traineeship) in which students receive both a Master in Environmental Management and MS Ecology degrees (first year tuition waivers and stipends available).
Want to earn a MEM degree by doing a project that’s practical and career- focused? Want to learn environmental project management skills and apply them to your current work or a community need? Want to become versed in the field of environmental management and gain the skills, network, and degree you need to launch or advance your career? If so, Western Colorado University in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains offers a two-year, project-based Master in Environmental Management that can be done in-person or online. Join the next Master in Environmental Management (MEM) cohort, with tracks in Integrative & Public Land Management, Sustainable & Resilience Communities, and Global Sustainability. The first year includes interdisciplinary coursework in environmental science, policy, climate action, science communication, project management and more. The second year focuses on a 600-hour MEM Project serving an organization that best reflects the student’s career vision. Explore the kinds of projects that have been completed or start dreaming with Western’s faculty at email@example.com. Free applications through February 1st. Fellowships prioritized for applicants who apply by February 1st, but applications are accepted until mid-May.