"As I spend more time with people that truly care about animals, I realize that I can make a huge difference through policy, education, and outreach." – Diane Dotson, Clemson Tigers for Tigers
Developing Future Leaders
Students learn how to effectively communicate complex issues through political advocacy, grassroots campaigns, and education. They are able to network with conservation professionals from government agencies and NGOs to learn how to advocate, manage, fundraise, and communicate on behalf of endangered species conservation.
"Interning at Clark's River National Widlife Refuge forced me to become a better biologist and has assured me that I am in the right field of study. I gained a tremendous amount of work experience." – Robin Lloyd, Auburn Tigers for Tigers
Opportunities for Students
Attend National Events
Students network and train with leading conservation professionals.
Tigers for Tigers students can apply for competitive conservation internships.
Travel to Capitol Hill
Students gain experience in the political process as they work to save tigers.