Welcome To Forestry South Africa
Monday, December 18, 2017

click here to see
all logo's

Employment Opportunity : World Forest Institute International Fellowship Program

previous page

World Forest Institute International Fellowship Program


Term: 6-12 months
 - applications accepted year-round


The WFI Fellowship brings professionals in natural resources to conduct a practical research project at the World Forestry Center.  In addition to projects, Fellows participate in weekly field trips, interviews and site visits to Northwest forestry organizations, research labs, universities, public and private timberlands, trade associations, mills, and corporations.  The Fellowship is a unique opportunity to learn about sustainable forestry from the Pacific Northwest forestry sector, and to work with colleagues from around the world.  Fellowships are open to any country, and there is a matching grant from the Harry A. Merlo Foundation.  Over 100 Fellows from 30 countries have participated to date.  Applications are accepted year-round.  For details, visit:  http://wfi.worldforestry.org/ or contact WFI Director Sara Wu at swu@worldforestry.org.

The World Forest Institute is a program of the World Forestry Center, which is a 501(c)(3) non profit dedicated to educating people about the world's forests and environmental sustainability. By visiting our museum, tree farms, and attending our events, you are helping to support our very important mission. Learn more at www.worldforestry.org.

Contact:
Chandalin Bennett
International Fellowship Program Manager
World Forest Institute
4033 SW Canyon Rd.
Portland, OR 97221
T: 503-488-2137503-488-2137
F: 503-228-4608
cbennett@worldforestry.org
http://wfi.worldforestry.org/
World Forest Institute
NOTE: The commercial aspect of the Forestry South Africa (FSA) website, as well as the commercial side of the FSA Newsletter, is managed and run by Fevertree Media (Pty) Ltd which is a separately run entity to the non-profit organisation Forestry South Africa.

click here to see
all logo's