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Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) Fellowship

The PEC Fellowship is much more than an internship. For the first five weeks, the program combines classroom discussions, field trips, and hands-on activities to give participants a comprehensive understanding of the work that PEC does. For the last three weeks, the fellows work on a collaborative practicum, focused on their interests as well as a particular aspect of PEC’s work in the Piedmont.

Resource Details

Organization: Piedmont Environmental Council
Date: 12/13/2022
Resource Type: Fellowship
Topic: Conservation & Biodiversity

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