Environmental Fellows Program
EFP is a 12-week summer fellowship for graduate students from backgrounds that have been historically underrepresented in the environmental field. Fellows are paired with philanthropic, non-profit, and governmental organizations. The fellowship provides a $11,000 stipend (plus travel support), professional development, and DEI training.
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