Become a NWF Student EcoLeader
Join National Wildlife Federation's EcoLeaders Initiative, an online community for student environmental leaders. Earn recognition for your leadership skills and positive impact on wildlife and the environment, access resources to help get your campus project started, and network with students in your region or nationwide through an online community.
Join the NWF Campus Ecology Network
Our members and partners are part of a collaborative network with access to valuable resources including webinars, bi-monthly e-news, and more. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to join!
Join a NWF Campus Network in Your Region
We support sustainability networks of colleges and universities in several regions of the U.S. Share best practices and network with colleges, universities, and like-minded organizations in your community.
Apply for a NWF Internship
Gain experience in different areas of environmental work, exchange ideas and work with knowledgeable professionals, and receive invaluable training, networking and professional experience opportunities with an NWF internship.
Become a NWF Certified Wildlife Habitat Campus
Colleges and universities are encouraged to certify their habitat through National Wildlife Federation to highlight efforts to protect wildlife on campus by providing food, water, cover, and a place to raise young.
Take Faculty Survey on the IPCC 5th Assessment Report
Are you a faculty member? Tell us how you are using the findings from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 5th Assessment Report (AR5) in your classroom.
Invest in Carbon Offsets and Green Your Campus Events
NWF’s Campus Ecology Program partners with Carbonfund.org Foundation to offer colleges and universities the opportunity to invest in carbon offsets. With this partnership Campus Ecology has arranged preferred pricing for campuses - just $9 per metric tonne for high quality renewable energy, energy efficiency, and forest carbon reduction offsets. You will also be supporting the work of NWF’s Campus Ecology program.