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ASAP and Virginia Tech’s Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability are thrilled to offer a dedicated ASAP Member scholarship for the January 2020 cohort of the Executive Master of Natural Resources (XMNR) graduate degree program. Virginia Tech’s XMNR program is an accelerated, 12-month program focusing on the theme of leadership for sustainability in the context of climate change. One $10,000 scholarship is available for an outstanding ASAP Member candidate who adds to the diversity of professional roles, experience, and perspectives in the student cohort. Additional scholarship opportunities may be available if more than one eligible candidate applies. To be eligible for the scholarship, interested ASAP members should first reach out to XMNR admissions director, Emily Talley, at [email protected] and must apply to the program by October 1, 2019. Learn more about the XMNR program here. ASAP extends our gratitude to member David Robertson, XMNR program director, for making this opportunity possible. View the full opportunity announcement here.
ASAP Helps Guide Your Adaptation Practice
The ASAP Mentorship Program, Code of Ethics, and Living Guide to the Principles of Climate Change Adaptation helps you assess your adaptation practice and make sure it incorporates the latest thinking on what constitutes ethical, equitable, effective adaptation. Whether you’re a student or a seasoned professional, ASAP Professional Guidance will help you take your climate adaptation career to the next level.
ASAP Helps you Find Adaptation Information and Training
ASAP partners with the leaders in climate adaptation information delivery to make it easy for you to find the information resources you need to do you job well, ensure those resources are coming from vetted sources, and stay up to date on leading practices. Your ASAP Digest is your personalized connection to the latest in climate adaptation news and ASAP members. You choose your topics of interest and we send curated information to you from the ASAP website, Georgetown Climate Center, and other leading climate information partners.
ASAP Helps You Find Climate Adaptation Opportunities
We curate jobs, RFPs, grants, and other opportunities to help you grow your work and your career. Visit our Job and Opportunity Board!
Member Advisory Group on Professional Education
ASAP’s Member Advisory Group on Professional Education builds ASAP’s understanding of member needs and preferences for capacity building, explores exemplary resources and gaps in the professional education landscape, and helps define ASAP’s role in the professional capacity building space. It includes interested ASAP members spanning all career stages as well as hand-picked professional education experts from the academic, private, and government sectors. Click here to view a group roster.