Sharing a paid opportunity for Baltimore City or County youth at the National Aquarium. The application deadline is September 22nd. Please share with your network! Here is the program flyer: Henry Hall Fellowship Evergreen Flyer Dual Translation (1)
WHO: Baltimore City and Baltimore County students in grades 10 through 12.
WHAT: The National Aquarium’s Henry Hall Fellowship is a program that honors and extends the legacy of engineer, world traveler, aquarist, and philanthropist Henry Hall (1896-1979). The Fellowship is for Baltimore City and Baltimore County High School students interested in urban conservation and environmental justice. The Henry Hall Fellowship aims to help Fellows:
- Understand urban conservation issues
- Produce meaningful environmental change for a healthy Baltimore City
- Become advocates for environmental change in Baltimore
- Explore various career pathways
During their time as Henry Hall Fellows, students will develop skills and strategies that will empower them to become leaders and advocates for urban conservation and environmental justice.
WHEN: The fall/spring season of Fellowship is from October to April with summer sessions in July.
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