520 people are interested
Environmental Volunteer or Intern
520 people are interested
We're always looking for interns and volunteers for the following areas:
- Communications - writing and research, web content management, media and community outreach, assistance with press events
- Development - donor research (individuals, corporations and foundations), event outreach and staffing
- Policy and Advocacy - issue research, grassroots lobbying
- Political and Civic Engagement - candidate research, voter outreach
- Interest in environmental issues, government, and politics and advocacy work.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Proficient in Word, Excel and web savvy
- During the non-summer months, we're looking for volunteers who are able to work with us on a part-time basis (10 - 15 hours a week).
- During the summer, we're looking for candidates who are able to work with us on a full-time basis for 10 weeks.
- This is an unpaid opportunity, however we are happy to consider travel reimbursement requests.
- NYLCV will also work with colleges and universities to offer students the ability to earn college credit/funding while working as an intern. Check with your school to see if you are eligible.
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume introducing yourself and indicating your preferred department. Applications are taken on a rolling basis.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About New York League of Conservation Voters
30 Broad Street, 30th Floor, New York, NY 10004, US
The New York League of Conservation Voters (NYLCV) is the non-partisan political arm of New York State's environmental community. With offices in New York City, Albany and Erie County, NYLCV seeks to make environmental protection a top priority with New York's elected officials, political candidates, environmental organizations and voters.
NYLCV believes that the single greatest threat to the environment is not global warming, dirty air or water --- rather politics as usual! With a 99% re-election rate for elected officials and less than a 40% voter turnout in New York State, politicians can become complacent about making environmental protection a top priority. To counter this, NYLCV endorses pro-environmental politicians and works for their election. NYLCV also works to unseat incumbents and defeat candidates with anti-environmental platforms, legislation, votes and actions. No other environmental organization in New York State is dedicated to this purpose.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
August 10, 2021
- Environmental Policy
- Environmental Education
- Copy Writing / Copy Editing
- Social Media / Blogging