Reporting to the Director of Conservation and Science at New York City Audubon Society Inc. (NYC Audubon), the FAO Schwarz Fellow will help develop and advocate for an environmental policy initiative and coordinate educational and public programs for youth. Policy work includes research, policy, and public outreach groundwork for NYC Audubon’s legislative efforts to protect migrating birds and the health of city residents, with a focus on passing Lights Out legislation in New York City and/or New York State. Educational work includes developing and delivering nature and conservation programming at NYC Audubon’s seasonal environmental center on Governors Island and coordinating and delivering Feathered Friends, an after-school birding club for third- to fifth-graders. Thi

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