20 Sep Intergenerational Leadership and Learning Program for Women Leaders in the Coral Triangle
Are you a woman leader from the Coral Triangle region who is passionate about marine resource conservation? Interested in building your leadership skills while applying solutions on the ground? Join the CTI-CFF Women Leaders Forum Intergenerational Learning Program that pairs established and up-and-coming women leaders in a one-year mentor- mentee program to address a conservation challenge in their area.
The program aims to build a cadre of young women leaders from the Coral Triangle countries who are empowered to lead marine conservation programs in support of the CTI-CFF goals, and beyond. The program will include one regional interactive, participatory learning forum, a small grants program for a young professional led marine conservation project which will be implemented by a mentee and supervised by a mentor, and a final regional sharing workshop at the end of the program. Together, the two generations of marine conservation practitioners will work on the project, and ideally set the groundwork for the young professionals to establish themselves as the next generation of marine conservationists.
The program is being implemented by CTC in collaboration with the U.S. Department of the Interior – International Technical Assistance Program, USAID, Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs. Fisheries and Food Sect and the CTI-CFF National Coordinating Committees. For more information and to access to the application form, please visit:http://coraltriangleinitiative.org/news/submit-application-to-join-cti-cff-women-intergenerational-leadership-learning-forum
Application Deadline is Oct 9, 2017.