Field School For Environmental Organizing
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Deadlines: Mar 20 and April 3
New England Wildlife Center
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Deadline: April 1 for summer shift. No deadline for fall or winter shift.
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Assistant Director, Center for Environmental Studies, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
Assistant Director, Save the River
Clayton, NY. • Assist in developing annual program plans and budget.
Campaign coordinator, Campaign for Quiet Waters, Adirondack Explorer magazine, Saranac Lake, NY
Coastal Resource Management Assistant, Student Conservation Association
10 month position; You will serve with the New York State Department of State's Division of Coastal Resources, one of assist Habitat Unit staff in preparing draft updates of Long Island SCFWH sites for which no revisions in boundaries are anticipated; coordinate information collection to evaluate potential revisions of remaining LIS habitats; work with Habitat and GIS Units to begin South shore SCFWH update process, starting with preparation of draft updates for the Hempstead/Oyster Bay salt marsh island habitats. the host sites in the Hudson Valley Conservation Project.
Community Outreach Assistant
For Scenic Hudson Land Trust; 12 month position; Develop and implement Sound Principals for Riverfront Development education and outreach program in four communities (30%); Develop and implement surveys to determine interests of park visitors at five Scenic Hudson Parks (15%); Engage public through helping to organize public forums that solicit community input on land-use issues (30%); Training and development functions, such as seminars, conferences, and participating with intra-and inter-agency partners (10%);
Will aid in producing Environmental Grantmakers Association’s semi-annual newsletter (approx. 20 pages), seasonal briefings about environmental issues, and event program guides. EGA works with a custom publishing house to create the newsletter and with individual graphic designers and print shops for all other publications.
Education Coordinator, Colorado Energy Science Center, Golden, CO
Education Director, Northern Forest Center, Concord, NY
Environmental Education Fellow
Philips Exeter Academy. Work with student clubs and organizations, which have an environmental focus, to identify, coordinate, and monitor environmental initiatives that will reduce Exeter's environmental impact by: -Launching new projects and competitions that underscore the school's commitment to making the community greener -Acting as member of the Academy's Environmental Task Force -Working closely with faculty on the integration of environmental studies into the Exeter curriculum -Teaching, or helping teach, a course on the environment, depending on background and Academy need -Working with members of the facilities department on projects that range from recycling to energy conservation. In addition, working with dining hall staff on such matters as food waste audits and introduction of more organic food -Helping monitor the use of special Academy funds to promote student-initiated environmental projects
Environmental Program Specialist Trainee, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation.
Teck Cominco American Incorporated is recruiting for an Environmental Specialist located at their Pend Oreille Mine in Metaline Falls, Washington.
Environmental Studies Program/Technical manager, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
The Blue Mountain Lake Steward is employed by the Residents’ Committee to Protect the Adirondacks (RCPA) to fulfill the terms of a Temporary Revocable Permit (TRP) between the RCPA and the Department of Environmental Conservation. The purpose of the Lake Steward is to provide information about public use of the Forest Preserve lands on Blue Mountain Lake and the Eckford Chain of Lakes.
Organizer, Indigenous Mining Campaign Project, Indigenous Environmental network and project Underground, Berkeley CA and Bemidji, MN
Organizer positions, service projects, Massachusetts Community Water Watch, MASSPIRG-Americorps-MA Service Alliance.
Wilderness Advocate, Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks, Schenectady, NY
Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program
This internship provides hands-on exposure to all terrestrial aspects of The Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program’s Early Detection/Rapid Response work throughout the Adirondack region. The lead projects will focus on invasive species surveys and management within the Adirondack region. Working with the APIPP Terrestrial Invasive Species Coordinator (TISC) and conservation partners, the intern will be involved in surveying, management, and public outreach.
Forest Protection internships 11 in total, six states, National Forest Protection Alliance
Invasive Plant Inventory and Assessment Project internship
six-months; Survey and map occurrences of invasive terrestrial and aquatic plant species primarily in areas of the Core most likely to be in a relatively weed-free condition. Survey and map large, relatively weed-free areas that may be best suited for prevention, early detection, and rapid control measures. Identify invasives threats to weed-free areas, including threats from roadside invasives. Produce a map of terrestrial and aquatic invasive plant occurrences in and around contiguous, relatively weed-free areas in the Core. Document methodologies for surveys, maps, and assessments. Submit data to the Long Island Weed Information Management System (“WIMS”) database, which will link to a central N.Y.S. database. Prepare a final report analyzing and summarizing data using the WIMS program. Maintain a daily journal.
GIS/GPS Technician, Student Conservation Association
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation—Albany, NY
New York conservation internships 15 in total, Student Conservation Association
Northern Forest Canoe Trail Stewardship Internship
The Stewardship Internship has three primary goals:
Northern Forest Canoe Trail Youth Program
NorthWoods Conservation Corps & Youth Conservation Corps
The NorthWoods Conservation Corps is now accepting crew leader and assistant crew leader applications for its 2009 summer youth crews.
The Youth Program Internship has two primary goals:
Two year internship, Yellow Wood Associates, Inc., St Albans, Vt
Regional heritage Development intern, Northern Forest Center, Bethel ME