Emerging Conservation Professionals Network

Emerging conservation professionals (ECPs) are those entering or thinking about entering the field of conservation. The Emerging Conservation Professionals Network (ECPN) assists with the transition from pre-program candidacy to graduate school and through to early career stages. We do this by producing targeted programming and resources, fostering a professional community for ECPs through local networks and online platforms, and connecting ECPs with educational and professional development opportunities.

As a Network within AIC, we aim to develop content that is of interest to ECPs working across the field of conservation. Our leadership is made up of ECPs from different career stages, Specialty Groups, training programs, and geographic locations.

Explore our page to learn more about ECPN, our community, resources, and how to get involved.

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News

Learn more about our current initiatives and how our Regional Liaisons work to foster local communities around the country.

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Programs

See what kind of free programming we organize  throughout the year, including in-person events at the Annual Meeting, regional events, webinars, and interview series.

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Resources

Browse our resources, such as our useful "Tips" sheets, and help spread the word about ECPN via printed and digital information materials.

 
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Looking for more?

Be sure to check out our Publications and Frequently Asked Questions.

Want to get involved?

Become a member, join our online community, find your Regional Liaison, or volunteer.

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