- 3M – ENVIRONMENTAL INTERNSHIP (Minnesota)
- Altenex – INTERNSHIP (ANALYST) (Boston, MA)
- Anschutz Entertainment Group – SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP (Los Angeles, CA)
- Audobon – EDUCATION INTERNSHIP (New York)
- Climate Reality Society – INTERNSHIP (Washington, D.C.)
- Columbia University – POST-GRADUATE (2013 – 2014) (New York)
- Earthjustice – COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP (San Francisco)
- Environment Massachusetts – FELLOWSHIP/POST-GRADUATE (Massachusetts)
- Green America Editorial Fellow – INTERNSHIP (Washington, D.C.)
- Green Citizen – INTERNSHIP/POST-GRADUATE (San Jose, CA)
- National Wildlife Foundation – RESOURCE (N/A)
3M – ENVIRONMENTAL INTERNSHIP (Minnesota)
Help a Fortune 250 company conduct assessments of R&D systems and physical areas, and implement initiatives to ensure internal and external compliance with Environmental Health and Safety guidelines.
Altenex – INTERNSHIP (ANALYST) (Boston, MA)
Altenex, an innovative energy and emissions management network that brings clarity to emerging low carbon energy markets, seeks an intern to research Power Markets, renewable Energy Developers, write white papers and help identify new client prospects.
Anschutz Entertainment Group – SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP (Los Angeles, CA)
Work closely with Sustainability staff to design and develop sustainable education and communication support materials, and assist with managing relationships with non-profits and EPA partnerships.
Audobon – EDUCATION INTERNSHIP (New York)
Play a key role in helping to collect and analyze data for the TogetherGreen Volunteer Days program, distributing educational content, responding to public inquiries, as well as writing, editing, and content development.
Climate Reality Society – INTERNSHIP (Washington, D.C.)
Gain hands on experience in political and policy research, message strategy and execution from a national non-profit dedicated to galvanizing the American public around solving the climate crisis. (Organization founded by Al Gore.)
Columbia University – POST-GRADUATE (New York)
Interdisciplinary M.A. program designed to help students understand advances in climate science and forecasting and connect them with meaningful decisions. Graduates of the 12-month program work at the nexus of social science, climate science and public policy.
Earthjustice – COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP (San Francisco)
Gain first-hand experience in marketing and communications for a large, non-profit works. Work directly with Communications department at organization’s headquarters in to generate media coverage and brand awareness.
Environment Massachusetts – FELLOWSHIP/POST-GRADUATE (Massachusetts)
Seeking recent college graduates with the passion, the commitment and the talent it takes to stand up to polluting industries, organize support and fight for our environmental values. (Apply now for 2013 fellowship program.)
Green America Editorial Fellow – INTERNSHIP (Washington, D.C.)
Research, write, edit and gain exposure to many aspects of magazine publishing while working on behalf of non-profit membership organization dedicated to creating a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.
Green Citizen – INTERNSHIP/POST-GRADUATE (San Jose, CA)
Eco-Center Manager Intern-to-Hire will be involved in all operations of the GreenCitizen centers in the Mountain View, Burlingame, and Silicon Valley Area. They will also be in involved in future expansion in the Cupertino, North San Jose, Fremont, and Pleasanton areas. This is initially an internship position, but there is an excellent opportunity for growth into a full-time position at the completion of the internship.
National Wildlife Foundation – RESOURCE (N/A)
Free publication of best practices in designing, implementing and evaluation of student sustainability education programs gathered from 18 campuses. Developed by the National Wildlife Federation and Association for the Advancement for Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
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