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Communications & Outreach Coordinator - Vermont Land Trust

Posted: May 5, 2019
Posted by: Lianna Lee
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Montpelier (VT)

Entry to mid-career position. Bring Vermont Land Trust's work alive through stories shared on social media, our website, videos, and publications. Support fundraising work by crafting compelling letters, telling the stories of conservation supporters, and creating engaging fundraising materials. Help connect people to the land by managing VLT's events programming. Apply by May 14.

Leadership Director, Healthy School Meals Initiative - FoodCorps

Posted: May 3, 2019
Posted by: Jillian Dy
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Portland, OR, Washington DC, or New York, NY (Remote)

FoodCorps seeks a dynamic leader to establish and develop a leadership program to create a pipeline for innovative, progressive, school food service directors. For more info and to apply: https://foodcorps.hiringthing.com/job/123747/leadership-director-healthy-school-meals-initiative

Clean Energy Intern: MetroCommon Equity Summer Internship Program - Metropolitan Area Planning Council

Posted: May 3, 2019
Posted by: Brooks Winner
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Boston, MA (MA)

The Clean Energy Intern will work directly with the Clean Energy Department team to develop and implement MAPC's energy projects throughout the MAPC region by providing direct support to MAPC's regional and municipal energy efficiency and renewable energy work with cities and towns, particularly in connection with the Department of Energy Resources' Green Communities Program; researching and drafting memoranda on clean energy and climate technologies, policy issues, and utility programs; and assessing innovative opportunities for community climate and energy programs in the Greater Boston region.

05/02/209 - Oceana, Inc

Posted: May 2, 2019
Location: Washington (DC)

General Summary Oceana is seeking a social media specialist to manage and grow our social and emerging media campaigning and daily outreach. This person will be a member of the Marketing and Communications digital team to help develop and execute digital advocacy, fundraising and marketing strategy and tactics for Oceana’s overarching campaigns.

Extension Specialist - Clean Transportation - NC State University

Posted: May 2, 2019
Posted by: Lori Braunstein
Location: Raleigh (NC)

The Clean Transportation Extension Specialist will work as part of a team with the Transportation Program Manager at the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) to develop and implement projects that focus on expanding the use of Transportation related energy efficient and emission reduction technologies and policies in North Carolina.

Oregon Communications and Engagement Manager - Climate Solutions

Posted: May 2, 2019
Posted by: Lori Braunstein
Location: Portland (OR)

Climate Solutions is seeking someone at the nexus of communications and outreach—someone who crafts and communicates effective messages to move more people to engage on climate solutions. We are looking for a smart, nimble, and collaborative communicator and organizer to build partnerships, conduct traditional and social media outreach, and support the Oregon program to maximize the strength of the larger movement and deepen and expand engagement.

Campaign Organizer - Tri-State Transportation Campaign

Posted: May 1, 2019
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Newark (PA)

Tri-State Transportation Campaign seeks to hire an enthusiastic organizer to build a grassroots movement of transit riders and bike and pedestrian safety advocates in New Jersey communities. This is the moment to improve public transit and make our streets safer for all users, and it will take stakeholders from all over the state to seize the opportunity

Education Coordinator - Schoolyard Roots

Posted: May 1, 2019
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Tuscaloosa (AL)

Schoolyard Roots (SYR) is seeking an Education Coordinator to implement educational programs. The ideal candidate will have experience teaching elementary-age students, a knowledge of organic vegetable gardening, and a proven record of program administration. The Education Coordinator’s main role is to teach standards-based garden lessons at our partner schools. They will also be responsible for class preparation, contributing to lesson planning and curriculum development, garden maintenance, and collaborating with the Schoolyard Roots team and their partner schools to deliver an outstanding garden education program. To view full job description, visit our website at www.schoolyardroots.org

Lead Education Coordinator - Schoolyard Roots

Posted: May 1, 2019
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Tuscaloosa (AL)

Schoolyard Roots (SYR) is seeking a Lead Education Coordinator to implement educational programs. The ideal candidate will have experience teaching elementary-age students, a knowledge of organic vegetable gardening, and a proven record of program administration and leadership. The Lead Education Coordinator’s main role is to teach standards-based garden lessons at our partner schools. They will also be responsible for overseeing class preparation, contributing to lesson planning and curriculum development, garden maintenance, and collaborating with the Schoolyard Roots team and their partner schools to deliver an outstanding garden education program. To view full job description, visit our website at www.schoolyardroots.org

Utah Forests Program Fellow - Grand Canyon Trust

Posted: April 30, 2019
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Castle Valley (AZ)

We’re looking for a Utah Forests Program fellow who is excited to help us protect the natural landscapes of Utah. You’ll spend your summer exploring the beautiful forests and deserts of the Colorado Plateau and camping under the stars, all while doing hands-on ecology and environmental advocacy. The Utah Forests Program works to protect millions of acres of public land by critically examining the way government agencies manage these lands. You’ll help us understand the serious consequences of intense livestock grazing for the native animals and plants that call these landscapes home. Through rigorous fieldwork and well-rounded mentorship, you will hone your skills in scientific research and environmental advocacy.

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