Every year, generous foundations, corporations, and individuals concerned about our future leaders provide funding for Earthwatch fellowships for students. Fellowship funding is critical to make it possible for young people to participate in an expedition who would otherwise be unable to go.
Students who participate often aspire to be the leaders of their generation, engaging in both individual and collective action for the environment.
When students return from the field, they share their experiences with friends, family, and teachers through stories and community action. Their achievements can also be leveraged to help them optimize collegiate and career opportunities.
Ignite is an innovative program working with students from high schools in Los Angeles County, USA.
Earthwatch student fellowships are available for teenagers who aspire to be the leaders of their generation, engaging in both individual and collective action for the environment.
Join an innovative program seekingstudents from high schools inLos Angeles County for theexperience of a lifetime.
Learn by doing by joining aone-week, student-only, scientificfield research expedition.
Project Vault will immerse youngwomen in a week long researchexpedition with female staff designedto encourage girls in STEM careers.