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Applicants will download a template, which they will use to upload a list of formal education, other related training and education, and professional experience.
Examples of Work
Applicants must submit at least two examples of their work, which should show evidence of sustained high-quality professional skills and ethical behavior in accordance with our Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice.
Your essay should show how you understand Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice and how you use them in your work. Give examples if you can and be specific. Applicants will need to answer the following questions (500 words or less):
- How do you further our mission through your particular involvement in conservation?
- How do you promote the our Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice through your own profession?
Applicant must collect letters from ANY three (3) members with Professional Associate or Fellow designation who are personally acquainted with and knowledgeable about their work. This knowledge may come from personal work experience (ie professors, previous supervisors, people you have collaborated with on a paper, etc...), but sponsors do not have to be from your current workplace. They can also come from collaboration on committees, portfolio review, and/or review of the completed application.
Recommendations should address:
- How long have you known the applicant
- How familiar you are with the applicant's work
- Why you believe that the applicant qualifies
Sponsors must submit letters of rrecommendation within two weeks of the application due date (January 15, July 15, or October 15, depending on the cycle in which the person is applying). The application portal will email sponsors at the time of the applications submission. Sponsors can also email letters to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Membership Review Committee bases their review of applications on the following documents.