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Continue Your EPIc Journey
Ready for the next challenge? This longer, academically rigorous course is for you! Learn more and apply.
Do you have an idea for a project that will improve conservation? Looking for funds for your action plan? As an EPI alum, you qualify for the EPI Leadership Award, a monetary award that makes local conservation projects a reality. Learn more and apply.
This month-long internship combines ecological education, conservation service, and hands-on field research at the MPG Ranch in Lolo, Montana, and provides students with one-on-one interaction with scientists working on active research projects. All EPI alumni from Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho are welcome to apply.
Visit our collection of resources, specifically curated by and for EPI alumni. You'll find tips on how to find scholarships for college study abroad programs, advice on how to get experience working with animals, and lists of top colleges in particular areas of study. Check it out!
Interning and Other Opportunities
EPI Headquarters is looking for interns like you! Summer internship opportunities will be posted in April on our Jobs page. If you're interested in more opportunities to gain field/internship experience, connect with other EPI alumni through our closed LinkedIn group to see postings for great openings in environmental and ecology-related fields.
Alumni: Where are They Now?
Are you thinking of pursuing a degree in ecology related sciences? Do you want to attend an environmentally-conscious school? Check out the map below to see where EPI alumni like you continue their studies.
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