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Paid Internship Opportunity: Environmental Equity Intern – Seattle City Light (Application Deadline: 02/21/17)

Position Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
Seattle City Light, a department of the City of Seattle, is one of the nation’s largest municipally owned utilities in terms of the number of customers served. Over the years we have worked very hard to keep Seattle’s electricity affordable, reliable, and environmentally sound. Today, City Light is a recognized national leader in energy efficiency and environmental stewardship.

The Environmental Equity Program strives to make equal environmental and economic benefits and burdens to its customers and the citizens of Seattle regardless of race, economic status, national origin, and English proficiency, as outlined by the City of Seattle’s Equity and Environment Agenda here:

The program works to educate City Light employees on strategies to meet this goal, strives to identify and change internal policies that are hurdles, and works with community partners to identify areas of opportunities to further environmental equity in everything we do. The Environmental Equity Intern will have the opportunity to support these goals and make an impact on a new program that is still in development.

Job Responsibilities:
During this internship, the intern will be specifically responsible for:

  • Developing program marketing materials with guidance from program staff and the communications team;
  • Creating and delivering PowerPoint presentations to key internal City of Seattle and community stakeholders;
  • Assisting in development of training materials;
  • Assisting in the facilitation of Environmental Equity and Race and Social Justice training for City Light staff and key internal and community stakeholders;
  • Assisting in the development of community outreach strategies;
  • Attending community events.
This internship will benefit the student through the following learning outcomes:
  • Implementation of the Equity and Environment agenda;
  • Exposure to and creating community engagement and inclusion strategies;
  • Building skills in addressing equity and inclusion in municipal government.

For more information, see the full job posting.


Job Opportunity: Social Media & Science Communication Coordinator – Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (Application Deadline: 08/05/16)

Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium LogoSocial Media & Science Communication Coordinator – Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (Chauvin, LA)
A Social Media & Science Communication Coordinator is sought for employment at the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON). LUMCON is entering an exciting new 5-year growth phase. We are looking for someone who has a passion for all things social media and content development. Above all, we are looking for someone who has the same passion for marine science that we do.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
–Develop a social media and science communication plan that highlights Louisiana marine science across our consortium members; the science, natural history, and facilities of the LUMCON Marine Center in Cocodrie, LA; and conveys the excitement and energy for the new growth phase of LUMCON.
–Implement and adjust this plan to drive traffic, engagement, and community growth across all LUMCON social media channels.
–Manage day-to-day content production and execution for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, etc.
–Engage and connect with the public, Louisiana residents, students, and various LUMCON stakeholders.
–Coordinate events with science communicators interested in marine science and social media.
–Coordinate with media outlets to highlight LUMCON marine science.
–Communicate and collaborate with education and development teams to support existing programs, cross-functional campaigns, and new initiatives.
–Analyze social media metrics and identify opportunities to better engage with the community and drive goals.
–Stay up-to-date on best practices on social media marketing and content development

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Job Opportunity: Outreach Coordinator – US Fish and Wildlife Service Conservation Legacy’s Environmental Stewards Program (Application Deadline: 08/05/16)

Application deadline: August 5, 2016

Position Summary
This is a full-time, paid, one-year placement through Conservation Legacy’s Environmental Stewards program with the potential for term extension up to another full year. The ideal candidate would have a bachelor’s degree in communications, media arts, writing, or a related area of study and an interest in environmental conservation. Applicants with a degree in biological sciences or a related field and significant outreach experience will also be considered. This is not an internship, but an opportunity for someone who is prepared to take initiative and who is eager to learn about and develop communication strategies to increase public awareness of Federal conservation efforts in New York State.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, media arts, marketing, writing, or a related area of study;
  • Strong writing skills;
  • Enjoys working independently;
  • Competency in developing content for a variety of social media outlets;
  • Communicates well with people of a variety of backgrounds; and
  • Brings energy and creativity to whatever they do

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Internship Opportunity: Part-Time Junior Analyst/Intern – Environment International Ltd.

Job Announcement: Part-Time Junior Analyst/Intern
Environment International Ltd., Seattle, WA, USA

Environment International Ltd. (EI) is a small, high-powered environmental consulting firm. Our main office is located in Seattle, Washington, and opened in 1994. Our smaller offices are located in Portland, Oregon; and Washington, D.C. We are an interdisciplinary team of environmental scientists, policy analysts, engineers and attorneys providing environmental consulting services in a variety of areas, including natural resource damage assessment, risk assessment, hazardous waste management, pollution prevention, environmental management systems, compliance audits, environmental policy analysis, institutional capacity development, and environmental facilitation and mediation. Our clients include governments, industry, and citizen groups. Visit our website at www.eiltd.net.

We are seeking a student with outstanding organizational, computer, writing and people skills for a part-time analyst position. The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for completing administrative tasks, but may also be asked to assist with field work or analytical work, making experience in science or engineering desirable. The position allows for growth within the firm if an applicant has the appropriate background. Job responsibilities include:
1. Providing administrative support including answering the phone, managing emails and other correspondence, filing, billing, and tracking office supplies.
2. Assisting in the development of technical documents including proposals and reports.
3. Editing and preparing of marketing materials and documents.
4. Providing occasional project support for firm professionals, including scientists, environmental lawyers, and engineers.
5. Managing/overseeing schedules, travel arrangements and expenses for principals.
6. Providing light accounting and timesheet management.

Required Qualifications
The successful applicant must:
• Be pursuing a bachelor’s degree (minimum 3.0 GPA);
• Be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
• Have strong interpersonal skills and a positive attitude
• Be able to prioritize and multi-task while remaining flexible and effective
• Have a willingness to work hard at various tasks to help an exciting small consulting firm grow

Bonus Qualifications
• Live in a HUBZone (map of HUBZone locations: http://map.sba.gov/hubzone/maps/).
• Eligible to participate in a work/study program.
• An academic focus in biology, chemistry, geology, or environmental science.
• Proficiency in GIS (ability to create figures in ArcMap, manipulate data for import into GIS, etc.)
• Prior experience with graphics programs such as Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, and Illustrator.

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Internship Opportunity: Seattle Public Schools Equity Initiatives & Outcomes Internships (Applications Due: 07/15/16)

Seattle Public Schools LogoSeattle Public Schools is now offering new and exciting internship opportunities for driven and self-motivated college and graduate students in its Equity Initiatives & Outcomes department. The goal of this department is to identify, address and close all Achievement Gaps that exist for students of color within the Seattle School District. These internships are a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in learning more about community engagement, education policy, research or any related field. Ideally these internships are designed to last between 3 months to 1 year and may be eligible for course credit.

Please see the attached internship description for more information. Applications (including a resume and cover letter) are due July 15th to equityoutcomes@seattleschools.org.

If you or one of your students have any further questions, feel free to contact Nikka Lemons, Director of Equity Initiatives & Outcomes at Seattle Public Schools at equityoutcomes@seattleschools.org.

Seattle Public Schools Equity Initiatives & Outcomes Internship Descriptions

Student Job Opportunity: Green Dot Program Coordinator – UW Health and Wellness (Application Deadline: 05/20/16)

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Job Title: Green Dot Program Coordinator/ Graduate Student or Senior Level Undergraduate Student Position
Location: 109 Elm Hall, Health & Wellness, Student Life
Pay Rate: $18/ hour
Hours per Week: 10-15 hours per week from Spring 2016 through June 2017, including Summer
Supervisor: Shannon Bailie, Director of Health & Wellness
Managing Supervisor: Melissa Tumas, Training & Education Coordinator

Duties and Responsibilities:
Academic Year
The Green Dot Program Coordinator in Health & Wellness will coordinate and implement the Green Dot Bystander Program for the campus community. The responsibilities associated with Green Dot will primarily occur during the academic year (September – June).
• Support Green Dot committee members as a liaison between committees and work groups.
• Coordinate and attend one 6-hour bystander training (on a weekend) each quarter. Duties will include planning all aspects of the training, ordering food and managing RSVPs, as well as identifying and reserving space on campus. Other duties for the training will include outreach and promotion to key campus partners and student groups.
• Triage presentation requests, managing a group calendar to ensure coverage of all incoming requests.
• Advertising, promotion and outreach for Green Dot including building relationships with campus partners and student groups.
• Plan and promote bystander education on campus through events and programming.
• Outreach to student groups to create partnerships and enhance educational opportunities for student groups.
• Maintain and update Green Dot website and Facebook pages.
• Distribute posters and resource cards across campus.
• Other departmental projects as assigned.

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Job Opportunity: Program Manager – Wilderness Inner-City Leadership Development (WILD) (Application Deadline: 04/17/16)


We have an amazing position opening for the WILD (Wilderness Inner-city Leadership Development) Program Manager for InterIm Community Development Association.

I will be leaving job as the WILD Program Manager for InterIm CDA as of May 1, 2016. If you know any solid alumni ready for a management level position, I would love your help finding a talented leader to carry on our nearly 20 year legacy of Environmental Justice Youth Programming for the API community at WILD. We are particularly looking for those with a strong background in youth development (and familiarity with YPQI standards), environmental & social justice, curriculum development, partnership management, community organizing, supervisory experience and experience within Asian Pacific Islander (API) communities. This is ideally for someone that has a minimum of 3-4 years of related work experience.

Applications are due APRIL 17th to wild@interimicda.org

You can find the JOB DESCRIPTION here: http://interimicda.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/WILDProgramManager_March2016.pdf

Jamie 真理恵 Stroble: WILD Program Manager