This intern will work directly with the Seattle outreach coordinator and other staff to assist with all outreach and organizing duties in Seattle and possibly additional western Washington communities. The intern will organize, execute, and attend community projects and outreach events and will additionally help with day-to-day office work. The internship will be split by 30% community outreach work, 30% web based communication and environmental policy research, and 40% event planning and office projects. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about Washington/British Columbia conservation issues, gain community organizing and campaign experience, conduct grassroots activism and participate in innovative campaigns to protect wild lands and quality of life in the Northwest. A main focus will be on providing the intern with a quality educational and hands-on experience that prepares and empowers him/her to be an effective advocate for the unique Northwest landscape and wildlife.
Work Schedule: 15-20 hours/week (includes some weekends and evenings)
Compensation and Benefits: A stipend is available. Intern will be given the opportunity to work directly with Conservation Northwest staff to develop meaningful and tangible work experience.
For more information: http://www.conservationnw.org/getinvolved/intern