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2014 Applications

We are excited you are ready to start the journey of applying to the Wildlife Leadership Academy!  Follow the links below to learn more about each field school.

  • Pennsylvania Bucktailsfocusing on the white-tailed deerJune 17-21 at Stone Valley Recreation Area in Huntingdon County
  • Pennsylvania Brookiesfocusing on the brook trout and coldwater conservation – July 8-12 at Sieg Conference Center in Clinton County
  • Pennsylvania Drummersfocusing on the Ruffed GrouseJuly 22-26 at Powdermill Nature Reserve in Westmoreland County

If you are applying to be a student at the Academy – click here   **NOTE: Spaces are available in all three camps** Applications will be reviewed and if qualified, accepted as they arrive.  Call Director, Michele Kittell, 570-245-8518, for details, update on openings and to let her know your application is on it’s way!

If you are applying to be an adult mentor at the Academy – click here  *application deadline March 17

The only source of knowledge is experience. – Albert Einstein


When you give to the Wildlife Leadership Academy, you invest in the next generation of conservation leaders. Our students are passionate, caring and want to make a difference!

Make your investment in Pennsylvania's youth today!


Michele Kittell, Executive Director
116 Market St.
Lewisburg, PA 17837

phone: 570.245.8518


A Cooperative Intiative

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The Wildlife Leadership Academy is a cooperative initiative of various state agencies and conservation organizations. It is coordinated and
administered by the Pennsylvania Institute for Conservation Education, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.