Coastal Program Internship
The Northcoast Environmental Center (NEC) offers a Coastal Program Internship each summer. The NEC is one of the country’s oldest bioregional environmental organizations and manages several coastal programs, produces a bi-month newspaper and hosts EcoNews Report every Thursday on KHSU.
Hours per week will vary, but 60 hours are expected for the duration of the internship and for internship credit. Most work will be done during the week, though some weekends will be expected for outreach events. HSU course credit might be available depending on your department offerings, so please consult with your faculty advisor.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Conduct weekly social media updates by creating info graphics, creating and hanging posters, and posting to social media
- Assist in advertising
- Recruit donations and sponsorships for Coastal Cleanup Day
- Table at various outreach events, Arts Arcata
- Assist in other Coastal Programs such as Adopt-a-Block and Adopt-a-Beach
- Meet weekly with the Office Assistant and Coastal Programs Coordinator
- Present at the end of their internship to NEC board and staff on their accomplishments, lessons learned, and the CCD process
- Must be an HSU student to receive internship credit
- Ability to remain flexible and prioritize multiple tasks and deadlines
- Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
- Availability over the summer and beginning of the school year
- Proficiency in Mac operating system
- Demonstrated skills in writing and communication
- Preferred knowledge of conservation and environmental issues, community organizing and activism
Send cover letter, resume specifying relevant experience and your predicted weekly availability schedule to Anne Maher, Programs Coordinator.
Submission via email (pdf, doc) is preferred: firstname.lastname@example.org
By US Mail:
Northcoast Environmental Center
Attn: Anne Maher
PO Box 4259