The Bullitt Prize

The Bullitt Prize: $100,000 Springboard for Change

The Prize is awarded annually based on the following eligibility: an individual or collaborative group, from an underrepresented group, from Washington State or the Pacific Northwest region if their work impacts Washington, are 35 years or younger and have demonstrated academic, professional, or grassroots leadership that advances the environmental movement.

The goal is to broaden, strengthen, and diversify the current and future leadership of the environmental movement by investing in emerging leaders advancing conservation and environmental justice efforts in the Pacific Northwest.

The Prize consists of $100,000, split over two years ($50,000 in year one, and the remaining $50,000 in the second year).

Application information:

  1. Basic information and demographic information, and must meet at minimum eligibility requirements
  2. A current resume, and eligible to study or work in the United States
  3. Provide two references who can speak to the strength and experience of candidate, and impact and potential of applicant’s work
  4. Answer three prompts, which are:
    1. Tell us your origin story – tell us who you are and your connection to your community and the conservation and environmental justice movement.
    2. Why is the Prize the right next step in your career and your life?
    3. Describe how you would use this Prize and what impact it will have on you in your academic, professional, or grassroots work.

Your tax-deductible donation ensures a sustainable future.