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The Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters is looking for program interns for summer and fall 2017. Interns will learn more about the operations of nonprofit organizations and will work closely with experienced professional staff. Intern(s) will gain skills in field organizing, public policy, and development while also learning more about conservation policy. Reporting to the Northeast Field Organizer, the Program Intern(s) will work to pass and defend top conservation issues by: 1) engaging citizens on conservation issue campaigns, 2) generating and tracking media coverage; 3) recruiting a new generation of members to our social networking sites; 4) encouraging on-line supporters to take action and volunteer 5) updating media contacts; and 6) assisting with issue research. See the attachment for details. Speak with your academic advisor if you are interested in turning this into a for-credit internship. This is a terrific opportunity to work with a really strong organization--there are currently 3 ES students working as interns for WLCV.

Deadline to apply not specified, but positions are limited


  • Media/outreach Internship with SIRT

This position will be a media/outreach intern with the new Sustainability Institute for Regional Transformations.  Job duties will include:

-Website maintenance and development

-Assistance with public events

-Building a media archive

-Developing articles for publicity

-Developing marketing/campaigns for outreach

More Information on the universities job website handshake


  • Event support STEP student with SIRT

The Sustainability Institute for Regional Transformations is hiring a STEP student to help with events.  Duties include:

-Generating and distributing publicity materials for events

-Booking rooms and other items (catering, media, etc) for events

-Ensuring events are listed in university calendars

-Targeted outreach such as class visits and other promotions

-Event data collection, compiling, and tracking

-other duties as assigned

More Information on the universities job website handshake


  • Franklin Energy Research Intern (Madison)

The Research Intern is responsible for gathering and interpreting data, formulating reports and making recommendations based upon research findings.  You will be working with people who are passionate about energy efficiency and making a positive impact on the world.  Energy efficiency is a primary method for reducing emissions of greenhouse gases and other harmful substances (SOx, NOx, particulates, etc.). More information here


The Northeast Wisconsin (NEW) Manufacturing Alliance and Northeast Wisconsin Educational Resource Alliance (NEW ERA) is pleased to sponsor the third annualInternship Draft Day on Thursday, November 9, 3:00 – 6:30 pm at Lambeau Field. This is a no cost event for students where they can interview for over 300 internships with over 60 companies, network with these companies and hopefully land a paid job in their field of interest.  There are internships in engineering, IT, marketing, purchasing, supply chain, operations, accounting, human resources, and many other fields. Employers want to work with students as early as their freshman year and throughout their college experience to help them succeed in their field of interest.To register for the event go to:  This is not a green career" event, but there will likely be opportunities in those areas at the fair

by Stamn, Jessica last modified Oct 12, 2017 11:33 AM
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