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Environment Massachusetts Spring and Summer Internships (MA)

Environment Massachusetts is a statewide advocacy non-profit working to tackle our biggest environmental challenges and fight for a greener future. In recent years, we’ve helped pass policies that have made Massachusetts a national leader for solar energy.

As an intern, you will play an essential role in getting Massachusetts committed to a sustainable future powered by 100% renewable energy like the sun and the wind. You’ll work hard and take on real responsibility as a key part of our team while also learning valuable skills in political advocacy and grassroots organizing.

Learn more and apply here.

Climate Law Intern, Center for Biological Diversity (Oakland, CA)

The Center for Biological Diversity in Oakland, CA, is seeking a Climate Law Intern for Summer 2020. The intern will work with the senior campaigner to implement key components of the Center’s organizing and campaign work. Trainings will be provided throughout the internship to facilitate learning and skill development. The intern will work with the senior campaigner to create a dynamic work plan to help implement the organizing components of the Center’s priority climate campaigns. This work will include statewide and federal efforts to advance climate justice and keep fossil fuels in the ground.

Learn more and apply here.

Legal/Policy Intern Summer 2020, Center for Biological Diversity (Washington, D.C.)

The Center for Biological Diversity is looking for a Government Affairs legal/policy intern located in Washington, D.C., to work within the Center’s Government Affairs program. Legal/policy interns are likely to work on projects concerning endangered species, public lands and pollution issues, focusing primarily on congressional and state legislation and administrative regulatory proposals. Legal interns not seeking class credit may be eligible for compensation. This is not a litigation position. Legal interns not seeking class credit may be eligible for compensation.

Learn more and apply here.

Spring 2020 Internship, US Green Building Council, Massachusetts Chapter, Boston (MA)

The US Green Building Council, Massachusetts Chapter is the pre-eminent organization driving sustainable and regenerative design, construction, and operation of the built environment. Our mission is for everyone to have green buildings to work, live, play, and study in, within a generation. This is a lot of work! Do you want to help make every building in the world (at least in Mass.) a green building? Would you like to participate on the inside of the movement with us at the USGBC MA Chapter? As an intern for USGBC MA, you will be doing a variety of tasks, from supporting day to day work, small research projects, and media design tasks. Internships with USGBC MA are fairly general, and projects are chosen based on interest. You will be able to put the final products in your portfolio to show others your skills and your expanding knowledge base related to the green building industry. We will also help you build connections across the state among green building professionals.

Learn more and apply here.

Conservation Finance Research Intern, Conservation Finance Program, The Trust for Public Land (Boston, MA or Seattle, WA)

The Trust for Public Land (TPL) is seeking a Conservation Finance Intern to primarily support several key knowledge resources including comprehensive databases of public land conservation activities, ballot measure election results, and project tracking. The person in this position may also conduct or assist in research, writing, and technical analysis for reports that evaluate the potential of state and local governments to design public funding programs for parks and land conservation.

The selected applicant will be involved with data collection, entry, management, and, as needed, qualitative research, analysis and report writing. Research will involve policy review, literature searches and interviews.

For more information on this position click here.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to:

Andrew du Moulin
Director, Center for Conservation Finance Research

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