Local Organizations with Environmentally Related Work
A list of organizations with environmentally related jobs and some contact information is below.
(Updated 18 January 2008)
Feel free to check organization Websites to find additional work openings.
If you are a GU student or recent GU graduate, GU allows you to access environmentally-related job listings at http://www3.georgetown.edu/career_center/.
If you are an employer, you may post your environmentally-related jobs at http://www3.georgetown.edu/career_center/.
Audubon Naturalist Society
Cedar Creek Ecosystem Reserve (formerly Cedar Creek Natural History Area)
Interships for undergraduates and newly graduated students, 2008
Contact: LuAnn Marotte 763-434-5131, email@example.com.
Contact: Mr. Jesse Littlewood, Recruitment Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 617-426-8506, extension 1.
EcoCiencia, Quito, Ecuador
Environmental Public Health at the National Center for Environmental Health /Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (NCEH/ATSDR) in Atlanta, Georgia.
Paid 10-week summer program.
Stipend: $500 per week
Deadline for application: March 4, 2008
Program dates: June 4 -August 8, 2008
Program Development Office
4770 Buford Hwy NE
Atlanta, Ga 30341-3717
770-488-0593 or 404-498-0643
Defenders of Wildlife
Department of Agriculture
Environmental Protection Agency
Paid Summer Ecology Internships for Undergraduates, NSF REU, 2008. The Calder Summer Undergraduate Research (CSUR) Program 2008.
Notes: For further details on the program and a list of research areas available this summer for students, see http://www.fordham.edu/REUatCalder You may also request information by phone from the CSUR office at 914-273-3078, ext. 10. Applications are due by 15 February 2008.
Maryland Department of Natural Resources
National Botanic Garden
National Wildlife Federation
Office for Environment and Natural Resources, Embassy of Mexico
Environmental internships (unpaid). Research and work on topics such as capacity building, climate change, environmental cooperation, environmental policies, financial mechanisms, forestry, and migratory species.
Contact: Mr. J. Alfonso Zegbe, Counsellor, 202-728-1668, Washington@semarnat.gob.mx. Posted August, 2007.
Save America's Forests
Contact: Ms. Ella Haines for spring- and summer-2008 internships involving a Web Project.
Smithsonian, Department of Botany
Smithsonian, Department of Entomology
The Nature Conservancy
Virginia Department of Natural Resources
World Wildlife Fund