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Nonprofit Internship with Environment Maine, Portland, Maine

Environment Maine is an organizing and advocacy nonprofit that works with its 22,000 citizen members to solve the climate crisis, transition Maine to renewable energy, expand the local foods movement, and protect Maine's treasured places. Being strategists and organizers, they try to figure out the best policy to make progress toward solving a particular problem given the political lay of the land.

Public Relations Internship with Sloane & Co, NYC

Sloane & Company is a specialist public relations firm that focuses principally on corporate and financial media relations, investor relations, crisis communications, transaction support and public affairs. They provide both strategic counsel and tactical support to executives of leading public and private companies, both domestically and around the world.

Membership Assistant Internhip with XRAY.fm, Portland, OR

XRAY.fm is a non-profit independent community radio station in Portland, Oregon. Broadcasting curated music from local DJs, progressive democracy shows, and cultural programming, XRAY.fm tries to reflect both the sounds and the voices of Portland. The station strives to create a globally relevant center for ideas, culture, and music, and to serve a more just community.

Nonprofit Internship with ClearWater Initiative, Washington DC

ClearWater Initiative takes an innovative, sustainable and community-focused approach to rural water issues. The NPO invests in community training and intensive follow-up to ensure that their interventions are sustainable and the community is empowered with the financial means and technical resources to care for it. The organization runs over 40 programs in small, rural communities that no other party is reaching in Nwoya, Alebtong, Otuke, and Gulu districts of Northern Uganda.

Administrative/Editorial Internship with AAAS, Washington, DC

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing science for the benefit of all people. AAAS articulates positions on critical science-related issues in public statements from the Board of Directors and Council, in letters to Congress and other public bodies, and in newspaper commentaries and broadcast interviews.

Teaching Assistant at the Museum of Science, Boston

The Overnight Program at the Museum of Science inspires children to discover science in an educational and interactive way. Each year, about 22,000 participants visit the Museum through organizations like schools, community, and youth groups. Young people in grades 1- 7 come for special hands-on activities in the evening after the Museum closes, sleep in the Museum's Exhibit Halls and wake up to more science programming the next morning.

Publishing Internship with Redleaf Press, St. Paul, Minnesota

Redleaf Press, a nationally known publisher of books for early childhood professionals located in St. Paul, Minnesota, is accepting applications for unpaid internship positions during the fall and spring semesters and for summer. The publishing internship program is designed to expose participants to all areas of book publishing, but with an emphasis on editorial, production, and design.


Media and Operations Internship with the German Center for Research and Innovation, New York

The German Center for Research and Innovation is a cornerstone of the German government’s initiative to internationalize science and research. It provides information and support for the realization of collaborative projects between North America and Germany. The GCRI seeks a media and operations intern for a minimum of 6 months. This position requires a commitment of 38.5 hours per week; additional evening and weekend hours may be necessary. Compensation for this internship is $750 per month. The internship start date is March 31, 2015.

Conference Internship with NCSE, Washington, D.C.

The National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the scientific basis for environmental decision-making.

NCSE specializes in programs that foster collaboration between diverse institutions and individuals creating and using environmental knowledge. While an advocate for science and its use, the group does not take positions on environmental issues. With a reputation for objectivity and non-partisanship, NCSE is able to provide a neutral forum for all.

Media Relations Internship with the International Rescue Committee, New York

A global leader in humanitarian assistance, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) offers help to people impacted by violent conflict and disaster. IRC teams provide health care, shelter, clean water, sanitation, learning programs for children and special aid for women. As emergencies subside, the IRC stays to help shattered communities recover and rebuild. The IRC is committed to restoring hope, dignity and opportunity.

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