Sightline Institute seeks a motivated, organized, and self-starting digital media enthusiast for a fall internship. You must be able to demonstrate familiarity with digital media tools, curiosity for learning more about them, strong writing skills, a passion for communicating complex ideas in new and engaging ways, and a commitment to a sustainable Pacific Northwest.
Position summary: The Field Organizer is a shared position between Washington Environmental Council and Washington Conservation Voters. This person is responsible for supporting Washington Environmental Council’s organizing and coalition-building efforts and the c4 grassroots organizing and accountability efforts of Washington Conservation Voters. The Field Organizer works as part of a team with WEC and WCV campaign staff and in partnership with other organizations. It is a full time position based in Seattle, WA and reports to the Voter Education & Outreach Director.
Friends of the Cedar River Watershed (FCRW) is an award-winning 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the protection and conservation of the Lake Washington / Cedar / Sammamish Watershed through restoration, education, and stewardship. The watershed is home to more than 83 species of fish and wildlife and 14 species of concern such as sockeye salmon and the endangered Chinook salmon. It is also home to 22% of Washington’s human population. The watershed is our home. Its future is ours.
Green Marine is an environmental certification program for the North American maritime industry. It is a voluntary, transparent and inclusive initiative that addresses a number of key environmental issues. Participants include shipowners, port authorities, cargo terminals and shipyards. To receive their certification, participants must benchmark their environmental performance on a yearly basis through the program’s self-evaluation guides, have their results verified by an accredited external verifier and agree to publication of their individual results.
Serve your community, improve habitat for fish and wildlife and build your own path to the future by joining the Washington Conservation Corps/Ameriorps. The WCC is hiring four environmental stewardship crews based in King County.