The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program (DDCSP) is an opportunity for first and second year students of all majors to gain valuable hands on experience in conservation, ecological research, urban planning, and environmental justice. The DDCSP is offered at three schools: The University of Washington, Seattle; Northern Arizona University; and the University of Florida. Each location offers variations on a summer field research program, professional development opportunities throughout the academic year, and specialized access to prestigious conservation internships and research opportunities for the following two summers. Each program provides scholars with full support for lodging and meals, as well as a weekly stipend, during the summer field research programs. Applications for this program are due annually in November. Interested students should get in touch with the ONSF early in the fall semester to prepare their applications.