The University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment has received funding to begin a Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program (DDCSP). The DDCSP is looking to bring undergrads who are currently froshes and sophomores to Ann Arbor for 8-week summer internships. This is a two-year program so students will spend two summers in Ann Arbor either participating on a professor’s research project or interning in a conservation organization or government agency. The program covers the students’ stipends, travel cost, housing, and board. We are seeking students who are from groups currently underrepresented in the conservation field or students who are committed to furthering diversity in the field.