The Public Lands and Career Exploration (PLACE) Fellowship empowers fellows with the skills and knowledge to successfully find and pursue careers that excite them, and fellows’ feedback is used to revise the program. Over weekends during the school year, participants build a more complete understanding of career opportunities by exploring a range of regional parks and programs, learning important professional skills, and building valuable connections with park staff. Students who complete the fellowship receive a monetary award for the input they provide to the partnered organizations.
Build connections and discover the diversity of career opportunities on public lands across the Northeast.
Explore careers around the Boston Harbor that protect our shared resources and communities as the climate changes.
To apply for this program, you will not need to submit a resume. Instead, be prepared to discuss your experiences and interests in short answers.