This position will work directly with the Foundation's President, leading development and implementation of a strategy to expand the role of farmers, ranchers and foresters in improving conservation. Its focus will include initiatives around healthy soils, water quality and wildlife habitat. We seek candidates with executive level capacity, a strong network of industry, foundation and government contacts, and a proven ability to envision, build and finance nationally significant programs. For more information, click here. Please direct cover letters and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Endangered Species Data and Policy Internship offers a unique opportunity to help conserve endangered species by improving our understanding of how the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA) is implemented and using that knowledge to find radically innovative or extraordinarily mundane ways to improve outcomes for wildlife. The research will focus on questions that are highly relevant to current efforts to shape the future of the ESA, including regulatory and legislative reforms.
The internship is located in the Environmental Policy Innovation Center's Washington D.C. office in Gallery Place/Chinatown. We will consider remote work arrangements for especially well-qualified candidates. Qualified candidates should email email@example.com with "Endangered Species Internship" in the subject line. Please include a resume and a cover letter (specifying your availability for the internship). For more information, click here.