Open Space Institute Conservation Diversity Fellowship

The Open Space Institute’s Conservation Diversity Fellowship aims to add new voices to the world of conservation. We request your assistance sharing this exciting opportunity to work in the environmental field.

Fellows will have one year of employment with OSI in New York City working alongside senior staff and colleagues. Fellows immerse themselves in a variety of OSI’s programs and learn about conservation from leaders in the field. The fellowship offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

Protecting land for the public motivates us. Our goal is to ensure that these lands serve all people. Yet we recognize that the conservation field has fallen short in reaching diverse communities. OSI seeks to support future leaders through exposure to professional opportunities in conservation, as well as create a more inclusive work setting by bringing new voices to the table.

OSI was founded 45 years ago to protect significant lands in New York State and has partnered in the conservation of nearly 2.2 million acres from Canada to Florida. From on-the-ground conservation to policy and cutting-edge research, OSI is an innovator in land protection along the East Coast.

Conservation Diversity Fellowship applications are due on Wednesday, April 15, 2020. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions. You will find more information in the attached document and on our website.