Help Wanted: 23 Groups Seek Delaware River Watershed Fellows 18-24 Years Old

The William Penn Foundation has provided financial support to hire 23 young people for a 12-week summer Delaware River Watershed Fellowship at environmental centers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

The deadline for applications is March 24.

Fellows— 18 to 24 years olds— will serve throughout the Delaware River Watershed, assisting in environmental programming, recreation activities on the trail and waterways, habitat enhancement projects and community outreach and engagement.

Each of the 23 environmental centers is accepting applications for its own Delaware River Watershed Fellow.

The groups in Pennsylvania include: Bartram’s Garden, Philadelphia; Bristol Marsh Heritage Conservancy, Bucks County; Berks Nature, Berks County; Cobbs Creek Community Environmental Education Center, Philadelphia; Audubon Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia; Independence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia; John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, Philadelphia; John James Audubon Center At Mill Grove, Montgomery County; Lehigh Gap Nature Center, Lehigh County; Pocono Environmental Education Center, Pike County; Schuylkill River Heritage Area, Montgomery County; The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Philadelphia; and Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership, Philadelphia.

Click Here for all the details and links to how to apply to each of the 23 groups participating in the program.


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