Campbell Foundation Fellowship Program – Introducing the Chesapeake Fellowship Program by The Campbell Foundation! This exciting opportunity offers a paid two-year experience in environmental grant-making. We are awarding one Fellowship in each of our Chesapeake Initiative programs, namely Civic Engagement and Agriculture.
About the Campbell Foundation Fellowship Program: As a prominent funder in the Chesapeake Bay watershed for the past 20 years, the Keith Campbell Foundation for the Environment is dedicated to enhancing the ecological conditions of the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays system. Through our Chesapeake Office, we provide annual grants totaling $5 million (approximately 120 grants) to support local and regional water quality improvement efforts. The primary goals of the Chesapeake Fellowship Program are to:
Foster problem-solving capabilities by embracing diverse talents, perspectives, and experiences.
Cultivate future nonprofit leaders by developing their skills, expanding their professional network, and enriching their knowledge of conservation activities in the Chesapeake region.
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Eligibility Requirements for the Fellowship Program
To be eligible for the Fellowship Program, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Hold a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field.
Possess strong written and verbal communication skills.
Be a motivated self-starter who can work independently and effectively.
Demonstrate meticulous attention to detail and exceptional organizational abilities.
Exhibit excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to engage with stakeholders from various backgrounds.
Have robust research skills and a natural curiosity.
Be personally committed to supporting the Foundation’s mission and goals.
Show the ability to think creatively and seek innovative approaches to problem-solving.
Demonstrate maturity, flexibility, sound judgment, and the ability to make decisions.
Be capable of multitasking, prioritizing, and meeting deadlines.
Show a desire to work independently and find solutions proactively.
Perks of the Program
By participating in the Chesapeake Fellowship Program, you can expect the following benefits:
Expand your knowledge of the Chesapeake Bay and contribute to shaping its future through the Foundation’s resources.
Gain a deep understanding of the Foundation’s grantmaking approach and partnerships by collaborating closely with program staff and external partners.
Consider and contribute to overcoming new and existing challenges related to program goals, even outside your area of expertise, offering fresh perspectives.
Receive valuable coaching and mentorship from Foundation staff who are leaders in their respective fields.
Build a strong professional network and bond with fellow Fellows through cohort experiences.
Access leadership development and transitional support to guide you in identifying your next professional opportunity.
Explore, research, and pursue significant opportunities for improving water quality across the grant-making landscape.
For more information on how to apply and the program’s benefits, please visit the official link.
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