Alcoa Foundation's Conservation and Sustainability Fellowship Program
Program at a Glance
2004-2009
Academic Fellows: 30
Practitioner Fellows: 60
Academic Partners: 5
Sustainability Institutes: 3
Countries: 31

What is the Conservation and Sustainability Fellowship Program?

Active from 2004-2009, the Alcoa Foundation's signature Conservation and Sustainability Fellowship Program focused on advancing the knowledge and support for exemplary work in the field of conservation and sustainability through fellowships to outstanding academics and practitioners from non-governmental organizations (NGOs). By bringing together the academic, NGO and business communities, Alcoa Foundation’s program represented a new model of effective private philanthropic action to address urgent problems of global concern.  This program is now closed. 

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About Alcoa Foundation

Alcoa Foundation is a nonprofit U.S. corporate foundation with assets of approximately US$370 million. Its mission is to actively invest in the quality of life in Alcoa communities worldwide. Throughout its history, Alcoa Foundation has been a source of positive community change and enhancement, with over US$490 million invested since 1952.

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Participant Stories
  • Monica Gruezmacher, Alcoa Foundation Fellow

    Monica Gruezmacher is an Alcoa Foundation Fellow who did groundbreaking work in Colombia's Amazon region.

  • Pieter van Eijk, Alcoa Foundation Fellow

    Pieter van Eijk, an Alcoa Foundation Fellow at Wetlands International, is piloting four conservation projects in Indonesia and Mali.

   

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