EPI Teacher Fellowships 
Think Outside the Classroom

DETAILS

  • The Fellowships are 8 days in length

  • EPI funds the majority of the fellowship program costs

  • Fellows pay fees ranging from $300-$600, depending on need

  • The application is open annually from July 1st to September 1st

  • There is no cost to apply

ITINERARIES

The EPI Teacher Fellowship was established in 2013 as a professional development program that gives a diverse range of educators an opportunity to collaborate with one another on real-world conservation projects and learn EPI's methods for teaching field science.

Teacher Fellowship Applications

Applications for 2023 Fellowships are NOW OPEN! Apply July 1st through September 1st, 2022.

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PROGRAM SITES & DATES

* If no professional development funds are available through your institution, EPI may further subsidize course fees with professional development scholarships up to $300.

2022
Fellow Spotlight

Bob Ford

2022 Yellowstone Winter Fellow Bob Ford from Fairfield College Preparatory School (Fairfield, CT) shares his experience getting his hands dirty (and feet cold!) in the field with us, as well as his hopes for bringing what he learned back to his classroom.

Teacher Fellowship Eligibility

Formal and informal educators from any country are welcome to apply. EPI's curriculum is best suited to educators teaching science and creative writing, history, and more. The program is suited for educators at the middle school, high school or university level, and applications from these educators are strongly preferred. Applications from educators in any subject are welcome.