Employment and Interns
Currently there are no employment opportunities available at WMEAC.
WMEAC hosts interns from many colleges and universities. Most WMEAC internships are on a volunteer basis, with all the benefits of hands-on experience in an environmental nonprofit. We have welcomed writers, those with social media marketing interests, biology and resource management majors, engineering and sustainability majors and others. WMEAC interns leave with new skills, a portfolio of work, a letter of reference, and WMEAC's appreciation.
The Matilda M. and Harold D. Crane Foundation Endowed Water scholar will serve as a community organizer to grow participation in WMEAC’s water education, behavior change and action programs and initiatives. The primary role of the Water Fellow will be to serve the community by delivering presentations and inter-active activities to interested student, faith based and/or civic groups about water quality issues, with the goal of funneling new volunteers into opportunities for action for WMEAC’s water protection programs. Intended for the 2014-2015 academic year. View the full description here (pdf).
Summer 2014 internship positions (As of March 26, 2014)
If there are no listings above, then there are no openings at this time. However, new opportunities emerge regularly. Please subcribe to our e-newsletter for updates. We do also consider creating flexible internships for especially qualified or motivated individuals. If you unsure of whether you are an especially qualified candidate, please apply.
Below are internship positions that may be available for an especially qualified candidate.
Teach for the Watershed Intern
Plaster Creek Watershed Restoration Intern
Environmental Help Desk
IDEAL (Inclusion and Diversity) Scholar
If you are interested in applying for an internship, please fill out our online application form here.