Prescribed Fire Technician - Aldo Leopold Foundation

Posted on: January 22, 2019

Contact Email: cdcotter@aldoleopold.org

Website: https://www.aldoleopold.org/employment/

Location: Baraboo (WI)

Opportunity Type: Internship

Career Level: Mid-career

The Aldo Leopold Foundation is seeking 3 Prescribed Fire Technicians for Spring 2019. Prescribed Fire Technicians will assist with prescribed burn preparation, planning, implementation, and monitoring on Aldo Leopold Foundation lands, across the Leopold-Pine Island Important Bird Area, and on private lands in Southern Wisconsin. This is an entry-level experience that's shaped to use hands-on application to improve knowledge, skills, confidence, and leadership ability in technicians and prepare them for the next steps in their careers. For more information about this position and organization, please visit: https://www.aldoleopold.org/employment/

SEEDS Partnerships For Undergraduate Research (SPUR) Fellowship - Ecological Society of America-SEEDS

Posted on: January 20, 2019

Contact Email: seeds@esa.org

Website: https://esa.org/seeds/fellowship/?fbclid=IwAR3HyQG9aiGun75m2ZMBVxEUv1w2uw-TkEwivrsmkf8JMEWEFjbicAs83KY

Location: Variable by Program Partners (WA)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Entry

The SPUR Fellowship is the highest honor in the SEEDS program, and fellows are encouraged to be the outstanding leaders in the future of ESA. The award supports the undergraduate student in designing and conducting an ecology research project of interest. SEEDS has established partnerships with field stations and mentors to offer exciting summer opportunities that will be tailored to meet your interests, career objectives and growth as a scientist. For most opportunities, no prior research experiences is necessary.
Each partner will host one or more SEEDS Fellows during the first summer. Locations and research focus varies for each partner. TIP: You can apply to 3 different summer research experiences with one simple application!

Congressional Fellowship Program - Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS)

Posted on: January 18, 2019

Contact Email:

Website: https://apaics.org/programs/fellowship/

Location: Washington (DC)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Entry

The APAICS Congressional Fellowship Program offers full-time legislative and public policy fellowships in Washington, DC, providing exceptional graduates and young professionals with an opportunity to work on policy issues as staff members in a congressional office. The program aims to build leadership skills, encourage political civic engagement, and foster a strong interest in public service careers. Additionally, the Fellowship Program offers a living stipend and health insurance, a mentorship program, access to the APAICS Alumni Network, and professional development opportunities throughout the year.

Campus Outreach Lead - Democracy Works

Posted on: January 18, 2019

Contact Email: work@democracy.works

Website: https://www.democracy.works/campus-outreach-lead-jan-2019?fbclid=IwAR1DAmupFvT2guKjonce594c0YK4wPJyHS6i7OfifqVQd-GPH0u3rkZUOuo

Location: Remote (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

As campus outreach lead, you will sustain and grow the TurboVote higher education partnerships program. You will be responsible for renewing contracts with existing higher education partners and bringing on new partners by generating leads, carrying those leads through necessary follow up tasks, and formalizing partnerships with signed contracts.

In this role, you will build relationships with key stakeholders at colleges and universities, as well as with fellow nonprofit organizations that support civic engagement at colleges and universities. You’ll become an expert in the world of higher education and cultivate a passion for promoting civic engagement. Also, you will persistently navigate the bureaucracy of external organizations.

Health Program Specialist I - California Department of Public Health - Office of Health Equity

Posted on: January 16, 2019

Contact Email: Jason.Vargo@cdph.ca.gov

Website: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/OHE/Pages/HIAP.aspx

Location: Sacramento (CA)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Entry

The California Department of Public Health Office of Health Equity is recruiting TWO Health Program Specialist I (HPS I). The Health in All Policies (HiAP) Team supports 1) the HiAP Task Force to bring together 22 departments to integrate health and equity into state programs and policies (including active transportation/land use); 2) the CDPH Racial and Health Equity Initiative has a vision of a CA in which race is no longer a predictor of one’s health outcomes and where all Californians can achieve their highest level of health and well-being. To be eligible you must take a civil servant exam! The next submission deadline is Jan 31, 2019. To view minimum qualifications and to take the HPS I exam, please visit: https://lnkd.in/gm4h7Jb

Social Enterprise Analyst - The Common Market

Posted on: January 15, 2019

Contact Email: jillian@thecommonmarket.org

Website: https://the-common-market.workable.com/jobs/908391

Location: Philadelphia (PA)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Entry

The Common Market is looking for an energetic, organized self-starter seeking to launch his or her career in social enterprise. The Social Enterprise Analyst is a two-year paid Fellowship position in which the Fellow plays a critical role in local food hub finances and learns what it really takes to run a nationally expanding non-profit local food distributor.

For more info and to apply please check out this link: https://the-common-market.workable.com/jobs/908391

Program Manager, Back from the Brink (Wildlife) - National Geographic Society

Posted on: January 15, 2019

Contact Email:

Website: https://ngs.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/ngs_external_career_site/job/Washington-DC/Manager--Program--Back-from-the-Brink-_R480

Location: Washington, D.C. (DC)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

The Manager of Back from the Brink will be responsible for overseeing and managing a number of projects within the initiative. National Geographic Society is committed to exploring, protecting and promoting species diversity. The Back from the Brink Initiative contains a multi-million dollar portfolio of programs that combines impact-oriented conservation and research with public engagement. Back from Brink will protect the amazing diversity of life by filling biodiversity data gaps; developing capacity and support for early-career conservationists; advancing the science of effectively communicating species; and launching large-scale global campaigns to promote the diversity of life.

Green Pathways Fellowship - Rainier Valley Corps and Got Green

Posted on: January 14, 2019

Contact Email:

Website: https://rainiervalleycorps.org/greenpathways/?fbclid=IwAR2RWAJZYtjjbSLGEO1IRphb9THi-FJ6OAju5WWuAuBTizNX34Zx1G9LDbw

Location: Seattle (WA)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Entry

The Green Pathways Fellowship Program creates a pathway to the green sector for low-income young adults in living wage entry-level positions in the environmental justice movement.

This new program is a partnership between Rainier Valley Corps and Got Green and cultivate leaders through a racial equity and intersectional lens and place them at a host environmental justice-focused organization, providing them with technical skill building and training in leadership development that is culturally relevant, community-center, and context driven.

Green Pathways Fellows will be hired and placed, in partnership, with host sites for two-year fellowships. Along with leadership coaching and development, our fellows will be paid a living wage...

2019 Summer Museum Intern - The Wild Center

Posted on: January 14, 2019

Contact Email:

Website: https://www.wildcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/2019-Summer-Museum-Intern.pdf

Location: Tupper Lake (NY)

Opportunity Type: Internship

Career Level: Entry

The Wild Center is seeking highly motivated summer interns to participate in a 12 week
position led by our experienced staff at a natural history museum in the heart of New York
State’s Adirondack region. You will be immersed in daily museum operations; interns will get
a broad range of museum experience and are a key part of The Wild Center’s interpretive staff. You will grow your
leadership skills and have the opportunity to develop your knowledge of natural history. Summer Interns will be
trained to deliver public programs and informal interpretive experiences throughout our campus. Interns will have
diverse responsibilities including outdoor programs, exhibit guiding, Science on a Sphere, canoe and stand up
paddleboard trips, Wild Walk,

Youth Climate Program Intern: Summer 2019 - The Wild Center

Posted on: January 14, 2019

Contact Email:

Website: https://www.wildcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/2019-Climate-Intern-Job-Description.pdf

Location: Tupper Lake (NY)

Opportunity Type: Internship

Career Level: Entry

Based at The Wild Center, a natural history museum in New York’s
Adirondack Park, the Youth Climate Program (YCP) is a global
initiative that empowers students to develop and implement climate
action plans in their schools and communities. The YCP seeks 2
highly motivated and organized Youth Climate Interns for summer
2019 to support events, programs and presentations, as well as develop and deliver
climate change-focused public programs in the museum. The position runs from mid-May
to mid-August 2019 and has some flexibility based on the applicants’ schedule.