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Welcome to the newest edition of the Green Jobs Network newsletter, featuring more than 100 jobs, internship & fellowship opportunities, and more! If you’d like to receive job alerts between newsletter editions you can follow Green Jobs Network on LinkedIn.

Please note that this newsletter contains only a sampling of the many jobs that you can find via Green Jobs Network. For more, visit our green jobs board, job board for climate action, and website for remote jobs.

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Jobs Spotlight: Week of March 18

Green Jobs & Internshps Spotlight: Week of March 18, 2024

Spotlight: Remote Green & Climate Jobs

Remote Climate Jobs & Internshps: Week of March 18, 2024

This week's spotlight focuses on remote roles at 12 organizations. Deadlines are approaching, so the time to apply is now!

More Jobs

As an additional bonus for this issue, below are more than 100 additional jobs:

Part 1. Remote or Multiple Locations - U.S.

Part 2. Additional Opportunities - U.S.

Part 3. International Jobs

Employer Spotlight: Science Based Targets initiative

SBTi hiring

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) is a partnership between CDP, the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). SBTi drives climate action in the private sector by enabling organizations to set science-based emissions reduction targets.

SBTi is currently hiring for more than 10 roles. These opportunities are available in a variety of locations worldwide:

  • Transport Analyst

  • PR Manager

  • Executive Assistant for the Executive Leadership Team

  • Standard Analyst

  • Validation Technical Support, Senior Manager

  • Sector Standards Manager

  • Head of Fundraising

  • Manager, Financial Institutions Net-Zero

  • Sector Lead, Industry or Energy

  • Financial Institutions Target Analyst

  • Target Analyst

To view job descriptions and to apply click here.

Employer Spotlight: National Wildlife Federation

National Wildlife Federation

The National Wildlife Federation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting people with nature. They're currently hiring for 15 roles in a number of locations:

  • Tribal Law and Policy Director

  • Executive Assistant

  • Accounts Payable Specialist

  • Information Security Specialist

  • Environmental Justice Communications Coordinator

  • Beaver Conflict Resolution Fellow

  • Northeast Campaign Manager, Offshore Wind Energy

  • Policy Director, Texas Coast and Water Program

  • Program Manager, Natural Infrastructure Center for Environmental Justice and Resilience (NICER)

  • Gulf of Mexico Campaign Manager, Offshore Wind Energy

  • West Coast Senior Campaign Manager, Offshore Wind Energy

  • Equity and Outreach Specialist

  • Wildlife Policy Specialist

  • Director, Learning and Development

  • Louisiana Outreach Fellow

You can view and apply for these positions via this link.

While the positions are intended to be based out of various locations, there may be opportunities to discuss remote options. You can contact their HR department with questions at [email protected]

Last Call! March 31 is the Application Deadline for Remote Internships via MobilizeGreen

VirtualIntern, powered by MobilizeGreen

The application deadline is March 31st for remote internships for the summer of 2024 through the VirtualIntern program, which is powered by MobilizeGreen.

Interns will be matched with a nonprofit organization and gain real-world project-based learning, soft skills training, and career readiness development.

These are paid internships and require an 8-week commitment. Stipends are between $5,400 - $7,360 for the program, depending on academic level. Interns must commit to full-time work during core business hours. Interns will also receive ongoing training/professional development opportunities throughout the internship.

Applicants must be a rising college junior, senior, or graduate student with a demonstrated interest in or passion for nonprofit management, equity, and environmental justice.

Term of service: June 17, 2024 – August 9, 2024; Full-time 40 hours per week.

You can learn more about this program here and to apply click here.

This program and other internship opportunities are available the Green Jobs Network internship website

Application Period Open for 40 Paid Summer Internships via WWF’s BRIDGE Program

Applications are now being accepted for 40 paid summer internships available via WWF’sBRIDGE (Building Relationships, Inclusivity, Diversity, Growth, and Excellence) program.  

BRIDGE aims to recruit professionals early in their careers who bring fresh thinking and innovation to the environmental and conservation sector and are well positioned to develop into the next generation of leaders. Its mission is to increase exposure of students from underrepresented populations to conservation and environmental careers, provide professional development opportunities, reduce the barriers to attracting a diverse pool of internship candidates, and develop a pipeline for future WWF hires from underrepresented populations. 

Key aspects of this program include:

  • Undergraduate and graduate positions available.

  • Paid: $17/hour for undergraduates, $21/hour for graduates.

  • Virtual and hybrid options available.

  • 10-week summer program from June through August.

  • Full-time schedule (35/hours week) – including every other Friday off.

  • Access to professional development opportunities, including Cornell University’s eCornell program and resume and interviewing training.

  • Access to networking opportunities, including meetings with WWF’s senior management team, Employee Resource Groups, and representatives from other departments.

Applicants must be a current, active student enrolled in an associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral program. For doctoral students, applicant must not have completed any more than two years of coursework.

You can learn more about BRIDGE via this link, and you can view the available opportunities and apply online here. For questions about the program email [email protected]

Last Call! Application Deadline is March 27 for The Climate Initiative’s LEAF Fellowship Program

Last Call! The application deadline is March 27 for The Climate Initiative’s LEAF Fellowship Program. These are paid, remote part-time opportunities that will take place from May 20 – July 26, 2024. There are two fellowships currently available:

To learn more and apply for a fellowship, click on one of the opportunities listed above.

Last Call! March 31st Deadline for American Bird Conservancy Conservation and Justice Fellowships

American Bird Conservancy’s (ABC) Conservation and Justice Fellowships

The application period will close on March 31 for the American Bird Conservancy’s (ABC) Conservation and Justice Fellowships. These are paid, part-time opportunities that allow individuals with a wide range of backgrounds and expertise to work closely with ABC staff and partners on understanding how bird conservation efforts can support local communities, ensure the consideration of varied perspectives, and engage more people.

Nine total projects are available within the fellowship program. Most projects allow for Fellows to be based anywhere, and the majority of the work will be remote. For some projects, there is a preference for Fellows to be based in a specific geography or to travel to places where ABC and its partners work. You can learn more about the specific projects here.

Fellows will work part-time between June 2024 and May 2025. The specific number of hours per week will vary based on each Fellow’s schedule and project deadlines. Community Engagement Fellows will receive a stipend of $20,000 for about 300 hours of work and Storytelling Fellows will receive $10,000 for about 300 hours of work.

Applications are welcome from a diversity of people, including people historically excluded from or marginalized within the field of biodiversity conservation. These opportunities are available to freelance workers, consultants, current students, recent graduates, and to those with part-time or full-time positions (as long as you are authorized to do additional part-time work).

There are no degree requirements, but ABC requires an interest in birds, experience in biodiversity conservation or social justice, and a passion for intersectional, community-engaged work.

To learn more and apply click here.

Application Period Open for New Maryland Climate Corps Fellowship

Maryland Climate Corps Fellow

Applications are now being accepted for the Maryland Climate Corps. This is a new initiative of the Maryland Department of Service and Civic Innovation and provides fellows with paid service opportunities and professional development support.

More information on program benefits and eligibility are available on the application website here.

This program has also been added to the Green Jobs Network fellowship website

California Recruiting 10,000 People for California Service Corps

Earlier this month Governor Gavin Newsom and California Chief Service Officer Josh Fryday announced that California is seeking 10,000 people to join the California Service Corps. Members gain meaningful work experience while helping their communities and earning money. 

The California Service Corps is currently the largest service force in the nation, consisting of four paid service programs: #CaliforniansForAll College CorpsCalifornia Climate Action Corps#CaliforniansForAll Youth Jobs Corps and AmeriCorps California.

You can watch a recording from a virtual information session here and learn more and apply for an opportunity here.

Last Call! WRISE and GRID Alternatives Virtual Clean Energy Career Fair is March 28

WRISE and GRID Alternatives Virtual Clean Energy Career Fair

Last Call! Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy (WRISE), in partnership with GRID Alternatives, will be hosting a FREE Virtual Clean Energy Career Fair on March 28, 2024. The two organizations collaborated on a career fair in 2023.

College to Climate’s Virtual Career Fair is April 4

College to Climate

Free attendee registration is now available for College to Climate’s Virtual Career Fair, which will take place on April 4th. At this event attendees will hear pitches and have the opportunity to ask questions to participating employers

Additional event information and registration is available here.

Southeast RE+ Clean Energy Job Fair in Atlanta on April 18

Southeast RE+ Clean Energy Job Fair in Atlanta on April 18

Free attendee registration is now available for the Southeast RE+ Clean Energy Job Fair. This event is being organized by GRID Alternatives and Elevate and will be in Atlanta on April 18 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

Attendees will have the opportunity to speak to employers that are offering a variety of clean energy roles, such as Account Manager, Sales Manager, Procurement Analyst, Solar Installers, Accountant, Finance Manager, Engineer Analyst, Site Technicians, Project Scheduler, HR Associate, Project Manager, Designers, Logistics Coordinator, Mechanical Engineer, CAD Drafter, and More!

Additional event information and registration is available via this link.

Green Jobs Network Partners with Raise Green

Green Jobs Network is partnering with Raise Green to invite you to join their growing community of creators and investors who are investing today to power tomorrow.

Raise Green is a climate investment platform that connects investors of all sizes with climate companies committed to positive environmental and social impact. 

On the investing side, Raise Green enables you to invest in alignment with your values, starting with as little as $100. By investing through Raise Green you can join a community of impact, where people are leveraging their collective economic power to support companies dedicated to sustainability and social responsibility.

The offerings on Raise Green are open to accredited, non-accredited, institutional, corporate and individual investors seeking fractional ownership in clean energy and climate solutions with outsize local impact. They are registered with the SEC and FINRA to facilitate the sale of private securities, and can work with US companies incorporated in a US state or territory looking to raise capital.

Offerings from the following are currently available on the Raise Green platform: Aich2, National Energy Improvement Fund (NEIF), GreenStreet Global, Integrity Global Partners, and BlocPower (Energy Services 3).

On the funding side, if you’re an entrepreneur or part of a business that is interested in learning more about raising funds through Raise Green, you can connect with the team for a free consultation here.

Disclosure: The author of this article (Leonard Adler) is an Impact Partner with Raise Green (see details here).

Raise Green

Green Jobs Network’s LinkedIn Community Surpasses 200,000

Green Jobs Network’s community on LinkedIn recently surpassed 200,000 people. Our community includes members of our LinkedIn group, which is the #1 group on LinkedIn focused on green & climate jobs, and followers to our LinkedIn page where GJN shares jobs and other career resources.

Thank you to everyone who is a part of this community. We look forward to sharing new services with you soon!