Get a Green Job:
Learn about environmental careers
Action Guide to Outdoor/Environmental Careers www.princeton.edu/~oa/jobs/careeroe.html.
Explore your career interests, environmental jobs, potential employers, and relevant
graduate programs with this online primer.
Careers in Environmental Journalism www.sej.org/careers/. This Society of
Environmental Journalists site lists degree programs, fellowships, awards, and jobs.
EarthNet Jobs and Internships www.envirocitizen.org/enet/jobs/.
Find environmental and social-justice jobs and internships suitable for students and
recent college grads (18 to 30 years old).
Environmental Careers Organization
179 South St., Boston, MA 02111, (617) 426-4375, firstname.lastname@example.org;
www.eco.org. Three regional offices provide internship
placement, career advice, conferences, and the support of an alumni network.
Fund for Public Interest Research
P.O. Box 120-271, Boston, MA 02112, (617) 292-8050, email@example.com;
www.ffpir.org. Want to canvass for the cause? Apply for
a summer job with the Fund, which organizes canvassing campaigns for the Sierra Club, the
state PIRGs, the National Parks and Conservation Association, and other environmental and
progressive groups (see page 44).
29 Temple Pl., Boston, MA 02111, (617) 426-8506, firstname.lastname@example.org;
www.greencorps.org. Recent college graduates can
launch their organizing careers by applying for the year-long, paid Environmental
Leadership Training Program.