August 23, 2018

Stay tuned to EARTHNOTES for events, announcements, and opportunities!

Any of the internships are excellent for the ENVS89a course as academic internship experiences. Interested? Just see the Internship Program link and contact me to discuss your plans:

We also have a number of excellent local internships not listed below that may be just the right fit for you, from environmental health and food and housing justice to recycling and energy. Contact me if you are interested!

This Issue:

  • Conservation Internship for Zoo New England: Available now!
  • Education Intern at Drumlin Farm
  • Job Openings at Land's Sake
  • Greenest Region Corps Member
  • Clean Water Action Job Opening
  • Assistant Project Manager for Environmental Dashboard
  • Women’s Voices for the Earth Executive Director
  • NEW ORION Job and Internship Listings

Conservation Internship for Zoo New England: Available now!

From a wonderful ENVS alum, now Grassroots Wildlife Conservation Program Manager at ZNE. Ideal for ENVS89a internship credit: The Conservation Intern will work with Zoo New England’s Grassroots Wildlife Conservation (GWC) program on all aspects of our field conservation projects. Duties will include radio tracking turtles; checking turtle traps and turtle nests; conducting visual surveys for reptiles and amphibians, and planting and tending seedlings and other plant material for habitat restoration work. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license and personal vehicle to drive to field sites. The job posting says 24 hours/week, but she realizes that might not be viable for a college student. So if you are eager but can only do 2 days/week, they would consider that!  Please submit your application to E2T4TIg4fQ7i8bu22. Candidates will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so submit early for first consideration.

Education Intern at Drumlin Farm

The Education Intern will conduct educational programs for visitors to Drumlin Farm. Programs usually happen in the morning (Tues-Friday) between the hours of 10am-2pm and each program usually lasts for 45 minutes. The intern can utilize existing program kits designed to be interactive with the visiting public and/or create new activities/kits. There would also be the opportunity to do food related programs at our farm stand from September through October.

Job Openings at Land's Sake

Land's Sake needs to hire several people for fall positions and also one year-round position. A big benefit (for students who aren't on a meal plan or who are tired of meal plan food) is that everyone who works at Land's Sake gets free vegetables! For more information, visit:

Greenest Region Corps Member

The Greenest Region Corps is a NEW partnership between the Caucus and AmeriCorps to find enthusiastic volunteers to lead sustainability projects in a select group of our GRC communities. AmeriCorps volunteers will work directly for a GRC community on a project that will result in greater environmental awareness and stewardship. Volunteers will be recruited and administered by the Caucus, but will be placed directly in one of eight community locations. In addition, volunteers will receive training and mentoring from staff at the USEPA Region 5 Office in Chicago and Moraine Valley Community College.  Applications are due at midnight on September 9, 2018. To apply, please visit: https:// metropolitanmayorscaucus. application

Clean Water Action Job Opening

Clean Water Action is hiring a part time (with potential to become full time in the future) Development Associate in our Boston office. Job description is attached and here:

Assistant Project Manager for Environmental Dashboard

The Environmental Studies Program at Oberlin College invites applications for a full-time, one-year grant-supported position with the potential for renewal. The hire will assist in development, management, assessment and communication related to “Environmental Dashboard” (see For more details and to apply visit:

Women’s Voices for the Earth Executive Director

WVE seeks an Executive Director (ED) to advance its mission through effective programs, campaigns and organizational partnerships. The ED will provide confident and insightful leadership and operations management to increase the organization’s impact, and accomplish its goals including investing in leadership development and expanding our base to be inclusive of disproportionately impacted people. This is a unique opportunity for a passionate and savvy executive to play a pivotal role in transforming the world by broadening and deepening the movement for a toxic-free future. For more information, visit:

Orion Online Latest Listings:

The following are just some of the recent listings for environmental nonprofit internships and jobs around the country from Orion Grassroots Network. For details on these positions and the many others go to: <>. Many of these are appropriate for ENVS89a academic credit. Just see above and the ENVS website for info on credit for summer internships and contact me: 

Senior Project Manager - Environmental Restoration 
EarthCorps Seattle, WA

Spanish-speaking Farm Educator 
Hudson Valley Farm Hub Hurley, NY

Craft Education Internship
North House Folk School Grand Marais, MN

Take care all!

— Laura Goldin

And remember, if you don’t see the jobs or internships you want on EARTHNOTES or in your own search, don't forget the Brandeis Hiatt Career Center has access to hundreds of opportunities in the environmental and green fields. Hiatt offers students/alumni daily walk-ins hours, electronic resume reviews, and career counseling appointments for help getting your resume, cover letter, networking pitch, and job search strategy in order. The B.hired recruiting and events system houses thousands of jobs and internships that have been specifically targeted by employers for Brandeis students (log in with your UNET ID and password). Hiatt also welcome hundreds of employers and alumni to campus each year to share insights about their industries, careers, and current job and internship opportunities. Check out the events tab in B.hired to register for one of these upcoming sessions. Click here to see a list of where Brandeis ENVS alumni are working now.