2019 Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers - - The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics

Posted on: January 4, 2019

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Website: https://lnt.org/blog/applicants-wanted-2019-subaruleave-no-trace-traveling-trainers?fbclid=IwAR33tdxJ4yYrtr3zqPWUrVdSXiwGBoe0_XJWCppPW6xZBiT92EBxh5Cu6sY

Location: Remote (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

DUE JAN 6. The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics seeks two dynamic, tech savvy, extroverted teams of educators for Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer positions for the contract period mid-April 2019 through mid-April 2020.

Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers must be passionate educators, skilled communicators and content creators, and ready to live, work, and thrive on the road. Only pre-paired teams of two will be considered.

Program Coordinator - Environmental Leadership Program

Posted on: January 3, 2019

Contact Email: info@elpnet.org

Website: https://elpnet.org/work-us

Location: Remote (West Coast Preferred) (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

The Program and Outreach Coordinator’s primary responsibilities will be to provide
outreach, recruitment, onboarding and program support for ELP’s Fellowship Programs.
This position will report to the Deputy Director, be an active member of the Programs
Team and will assist in the execution of our Fellowship Programs. This includes
supporting outreach and recruitment efforts, and providing logistics support to the
Outreach Manager and the Program Manager. This job requires attendance at multi-day
retreats and events around the country, with the potential for facilitation opportunities.

Environmental Resource Officer - The Oregon Community Foundation

Posted on: January 3, 2019

Contact Email: agatewood@oregoncf.org

Website: https://www.oregoncf.org/explore-ocf/careers

Location: Portland (OR)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

The Environmental Resource Officer is a three-year, grant-funded position created to serve as the Foundation’s statewide resource on issues related to the environment and natural resources. The Officer will work with donors with a variety of perspectives and environmental interests to achieve their charitable goals and manage grantmaking activities in alignment with the Foundation’s environmental value statement. The Environmental Resource Officer will oversee implementation of the “The Pacific Northwest Resilient Landscapes Initiative” project – a new partnership between Oregon Community Foundation, the Seattle Foundation, the Idaho Community Foundation, Land Trust Alliance, and Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

Detroit Action Strategist - ioby

Posted on: January 2, 2019

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Website: https://ioby.workable.com/jobs/894297

Location: Detroit (MI)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Application deadline: January 14

ioby mobilizes neighbors across the country to become powerful leaders who plan and crowdfund for positive change in their neighborhoods. We are creating a future in which our neighborhoods are shaped by the powerful good ideas of our own neighbors.

ioby seeks an Action Strategist based in Detroit, MI. Your job will be to support and grow the existing network of Detroit leaders working at the neighborhood scale by sharing ioby’s crowdfunding platform and resources as helpful tools for community change. Your mandate is to find, foster, and amplify trust and positive change that comes from neighbors working together. We hope you’ll join us.

Outdoors America Campaign: Campaign Coordinator - Open Space Institute and Land & Water Conservation Fund Coalition

Posted on: January 2, 2019

Contact Email: resumes@osiny.org

Website: https://www.openspaceinstitute.org/careers

Location: Washington (DC)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

The Open Space Institute oversees the Outdoors America Campaign (OAC), which is dedicated to seeking full funding and permanent re-authorization of the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). This work is conducted through coordinated campaign planning and implementation, Congressional and executive branch outreach, grassroots engagement, research and education, and media outreach. The Campaign Coordinator will work closely with the OAC Director and LWCF partner organizations, providing communications, research, administrative, and OAC-specific support.

Helen Fellowship - American Museum of Natural History

Posted on: January 2, 2019

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Website: https://www.amnh.org/learn-teach/higher-education/helen-fellowship

Location: New York (MD)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Entry

Deadline extended to 2/3. The BridgeUP: STEM program at the AMNH is excited to announce that the application for the Helen Fellowship is now open. This fellowship is a one-year residency for post-baccalaureate women to devote time immersed in computational scientific research and educational outreach at the AMNH. This fellowship is an initiative at the AMNH dedicated to increasing the diversity of the talent pipeline by providing underrepresented students access to the skills and tools required for the 21st Century. Fellows will receive an annual salary of $70,000 plus generous benefits. Funding is also available for research, travel and equipment expenses.

Ruckelshaus Fellowship Program - Meridian Institute

Posted on: January 2, 2019

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Website: http://www.merid.org/About/Employment/Fellowship-Program-Announcement.aspx

Location: Dillon (CO)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Entry

The Meridian Institute Ruckelshaus Fellowship provides the next generation of public policy leaders with the skills they need to support collaboration on complex and controversial problems. The Fellowship is a two-year, full-time position. Selected Fellows will begin work in summer 2019 at either Meridian’s Dillon, CO, or Washington, DC locations.

Conservation Assistant - Jefferson Land Trust

Posted on: December 28, 2018

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Website: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3wdglqmhq30cyty/JeffersonLandTrust_ConservationAssistant_PositionDescription.pdf?dl=0

Location: Port Townsend (WA)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

This position serves as support staff for our conservation projects and stewardship work. The Conservation Assistant performs field stewardship, grant writing and management, project data management, volunteer coordination, and public outreach and education activities. This is an amazing opportunity to join our team and help the community preserve open space, working lands, and habitat forever.
Submit a resume, references, and cover letter by email to jobs@saveland.org by 1/13/2019.

GLOBE Internship Program - The Nature Conservancy

Posted on: December 28, 2018

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Website: https://www.nature.org/en-us/connect/careers/

Location: Multiple (International)

Opportunity Type: Internship

Career Level: Entry

Growing Leaders on Behalf of the Environment or GLOBE prepares young professionals for successful careers in the environmental workforce by bridging the gap between academics and real-world STEM work, encouraging innovation, and assisting in professional development. We recruit individuals from a variety of backgrounds and experiences for a internship from June to August. The program matches qualified and enthusiastic undergraduate, graduate, and recent graduates with an internship suited to their area of study. Interns begin the program with an orientation in which leaders from The Nature Conservancy and students come together to share educational, professional, and career experiences. Search "GLOBE" on career page.

Soros Equality Fellowship - Open Society Foundations

Posted on: December 26, 2018

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Website: https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/grants/soros-equality-fellowship

Location: Remote (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship

Career Level: Mid-career

The U.S. Programs’ Equality team seeks applicants for its Soros Equality Fellowship, which aims to support emerging mid-career professionals who will become long-term innovative leaders influencing the racial justice field. The fellowship award provides individuals with a grant of $100,000 to support production of an innovative racial justice project over the course of 18 months.

We seek a diverse cohort of applicants, including but not limited to activists, artists, journalists, and organizers, to produce a project with meaningful impact. This approach recognizes the power of individuals to use a variety of tools, from traditional advocacy to the arts, to impact change and uplift the mission and values of an open society.