Environmental Fellows Program

Turn your passion into progress

Representative Dan Donahue joins fellows to teach them what really sways a legistlator's vote.

Representative Dan Donahue joins fellows to teach them what really sways a legistlator's vote.

Hone your skills. join the movement.

The Environmental League of Massachusetts offers its Environmental Fellows Program (EFP) as an exciting leadership and career development opportunity for college students and high school seniors interested in environmental advocacy. Our one day training will help participants hone skills in campus organizing, public policy research, communications, and environmental advocacy. Participation in this program will teach students to serve as effective advocates for environment.

Program Elements

  • Getting Acquainted: Introduction to ELM's work and our statewide environmental policy agenda
  • Campus Organizing: How to engage peers on your campus to support environmental causes
  • Advocacy: How to be an effective advocate in your community and on Beacon Hill
  • Public Policy Research: How to do effective public policy research. Information is power!
  • Political and Advocacy Communications: How to use traditional and social media for advocacy work

Fellows who complete the program will be invited to participate in other ELM advocacy efforts in communities across the state and at the Massachusetts State House. They will also receive a certificate of completion and a campus advocacy organizing materials if they want to do advocacy work on their own campuses.

Register now!

Sunday, November 12
10:00 am-4:00 pm
UMass Amherst
Holdsworth Hall Room 211

Breakfast and lunch will be provided