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Career Opportunities with Environment America—Interviews on Campus


Next Monday and Tuesday (Feb. 18-19), a representative from the Environment America will be on campus to interview candidates for the Environment America fellowship. The early application deadline is Friday, February 15.

Learn more and apply at jobs.environmentamerica.org.

Environment America is the federation of state-based environmental advocacy organizations, from Environment California to Environment Texas to Environment Maine. This year we are hiring graduating college seniors for our fellowship program to help change the environmental direction of our country: to solve our energy problems; fight global warming; preserve our open spaces; get more of our food from local, sustainable farms; clean up our air and water; and make an impact on many other environmental issues. Environment America gives recent graduates the opportunity to mobilize and empower Americans and work with legislators on environmental policy. We build and demonstrate support for proposals at the state and federal levels to ensure that decision makers hear from and pay attention to the public.

Environment America will be holding an information session about the fellowship next Monday, February 18 and interviews on campus on Tuesday, February 19. Ally Fields, MC ’11, a current Environment America fellow, will be available to talk about the fellowship and her experience in the Environment America network.

The details are below:

Environment America information session
Monday, February 18 – 7pm
Location TBA
Contact Ally Fields at ally@environmentmaine.org to RSVP.

Environment America On-campus Interviews
Tuesday, February 19 – all day
Apply at jobs.environmentamerica.org

For more information, visit the Environment America website, or contact Ally Fields at ally@environmentmaine.org