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(1) Coral Reef Manager for Florida: This position will be responsible for developing and implementing
the day-to-day state efforts through Florida's membership in the US Coral Reef Task Force. This position
will plan, direct and coordinate the implementation of Florida's Local Action Strategies to protect the reef
tracts off of Florida's southeastern coast. The position will be located in Miami-Dade or Broward counties.
For more information or to apply, pleas e go to search under the South
region and the Department of Environment al Protection. You may also call (850) 245-2094 for more
information. Application deadline is February 27, 2004.

(2) Communications Coordinator
Washington, District of Columbia United States
Salary: To be determined by experienc e en/jobs/111554: 300/ 109761:37

(3) Work Outside in the Vermont mountains.
Green Mountain Club
Vermont United States
Salary: $251 - $400 per week plus housing. en/jobs/91971:119/109728:290

(4) Old Growth Campaign Firector
Rainforest Action Net work
San Francisco, California United States en/jobs/2285:316/109825:187

(5) Project Manager
EarthCorps: Seattle, WA
Seattle, Washington United States
Salary: $30, 000-$34,000/year en/jobs/4165:283/109836:190

(6) Field Organizer
Washington Conservation Voters
Seattle, Washington United States
Salary: Competitive, DOE en/jobs/46465:214/109848:327

(7) Air Monitoring Project Manager
Environmental Defense
Washington, District of Columbia United States
Salary: Commensurate with experience en/jobs/76282:142/109851:64

(8) Automotive Analyst
Environmental Defense
Washington, District of Columbia United States
Salary: low to mid 40Ks en/jobs/76282:142/109852:97

(9) Paralegal Specialist Posi tion, Department of Justice
Environment and Natural Resource s Divi sion, Policy, Legislation and Special Litigation Section,
Washington, DC

The Policy, Legislation and Special Litigation Section staff advises and assists the Environment and
Natural Resources Division and the Office of the Assistant Attorney General on environmental legal and
policy questions, particularly those that affect multiple sections in the Division. Working with the Office of
Legislative Affairs, our section coordinates the Division's response to legislative proposals and
Congressional requests, prepares for appearances of Division witnesses before Congressional
committees, and assists with the drafting of legislative proposals in connection with the Division's work,
for example, the implementation of litigation settlements. Other duties include responding to
congressional and ot her corres pondence, and FOIA requests as well as a myriad of citizens' requests,
and serving as the Division's ethics officer and counselor, alternative dispute resolution counselor, and
liaison with state and local governments. Attorneys in the Section also litigat e amicus cases, undertake
other special litigation projects, and coordinate the Division's involvement in international environmental

Duties of the paralegal specialist position include processing Freedom of Information Act requests
received by the Division, researching legal and policy issues, monitoring activity of Congress on
environmental issues, and providing paralegal support for the section's litigation and its hiring and
management of undergraduate interns. We are looking for applicants with excellent analytical and writing
skills who can work both independently and collaboratively, and who are willing to make a two-year
commitment. If you are interested, please fax a cover letter, resume, and 3-5 page writing sample to
Shata Stucky at (202) 514-4231, or mail the above to:
Ms. Shata Stucky, Environment and Natural Resourc es Division
Policy, Legislation & Special Litigation Section
P.O. Box 4390
Washington, DC 20044-4390
For more information, pleas e call Shata Stucky at (202) 514 -7980.

(10) Job Li stings from the Orion Society (for full descriptions of these jobs go to and click on “New Postings.”)

        Project Manager
        Location: Seattle, WA

        Environmental Educator
        The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (V INS)
        Location: Quechee, Vermont

        Interpretive Programs Coordinator
        Gore Range Nat ural Scienc e School
        Location: Eagle County, Colorado

        Membership Manager
        American Hiking Society
        Location: Silver Spring, Maryland

        Project Director
        Connecticut Farmland Trust
        Location: Hart ford, Connecticut

        Farmers-in-Re sidence
        Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
        Location: Unity, Maine
        Several positions with the Mattole Restoration Council
        Location: Petrolia or Whitethorn, Humboldt County, NW California

           Mattole Forestry Coordinator
           Resource Center and Development Associate
           Water Conservation Coordinator

        AmeriCorps Food Security Program Position
        Community Action Resource Enterpris es, Inc. (CARE )
        Location: Tillamook, Oregon, USA

(11) Organizer, Sierra Club
Las Vegas, Nevada United States
Salary: $2500+/month en/jobs/107690: 273/ 109869:300

(12) Development Director
Washington Conservation Voters
Seattle, Washington United States
Salary: Competitive, DOE en/jobs/46465:214/109927:251

New Internships:

(1) Ecologi cal Restoration Internships (PA ID) with the McHenry County Conservation District, Illinois
    formed over 30 years ago by citizen mandate to maint ain open lands for purposes of preservation,
    education and recreation. Since that time the District has worked to preserve and restore over 18,00 0
    acres throughout the county. The conservation areas vary in size and safeguard many unique
    ecosystems, including various wetland communities (fens, bogs, seeps and marshes), glacial kames
    and eskers, and virgin black soil and hill prairies. The District’s largest site, Glacial Park, currently
    spreads nearly 4000 acres and includes hundreds of acres of restored wetlands, prairies, and oak
    savannas. Glacial Park is home to the Wiedric h Education Center, the District’s intern housing,
    MCCD’s Prairie Nursery, the Agreevo Building which houses the Natural Resource Management
    department, and the Field Research Center (dedicated to environmental field research and data
    collection). The District's Wildlife Resource Center is situated two miles west, in adjoining W onder
    Lake. The District is looking for students with background in ecology, biology, conservation fields;
    exotic weed control, biological data analysis. 40 hour a week position, start mid/late May through
    mid/late August. March 2004 application deadline. Complete information is posted in a hard copy on
    the Olin bulletin boards.

(2) Nature Conservancy in Oregon and other state s. Do field work for an environmental nonprofit. To
    find out about positions available, go to the careers page of www.nat ure. org/careers, select “search”
    in the top left hand corner, and then search by state. Oregon definitely has summer internships, but
    other states may as well. Application instructions are included with each job description.

(3) Summer Internship with The BioDiversi ty Re search Institute, Wildlife Biology and Sanctuary
Operations. A unique position for the right person! The BioDiversity Research Institute, a non -profit
ecological research group based in Falmouth, Maine, in conjunction with the Somes -Meynell Wildlife
Sanctuary, a non-profit conservation and education organization locat ed in Somes ville, Maine, is seeking
a student or graduate in wildlife studies who could perform a summer internship studying Common Loons
on MDI as well as various duties related to Sanctuary operations. Located in the heart of Mount Desert
Island, the Somes-Meynell Wildlife Sanctuary encompasses over 200 ac res surrounding Somes Pond.
The Sanctuary is dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and wildlife habitat in the Somes Pond
watershed. Work on both the MDI Loon Study and Sanctuary operations include some or all of the
following duties:
      Weekly territory and nesting surveys, with thorough written field notes
      Capt ure, and banding
      Water chemistry sampling
      Public education and program presentation
      Trail maintenance, monitoring and construction
      General Sanctuary operations
      Completion of independent projects or studies
 The intern must be able to work diligently with a minimum of supervision, demonstrate a high level of
responsibility, have reliable transportation to get to the lakes, and be available during daylight hours. In
addition, the intern should be a strong swimmer, and be comfortable paddling a kayak on MDI lakes to
complete the surveys. Housing, a modest stipend, basic equipment needs and mileage reimbursements
will be provided. Position runs from mid May to mid August. To apply, send three references, a resume
and a cover letter that explains your specific experience to: Intern Search, Somes -Meynell Wildlife
Sanctuary, P.O. Box 171, Mt. Desert, ME 04660. Send all material s by April 13 . For more information,
contact Lee Attix, (207) 244-4027

(4) Paid Summer Internships in the Earth Science s at UNH. Paid NASA-funded summer internships
at the University of New Hampshire. For application info go to
Application is due by March 12, 2004 and includes transcript, short essay, cover sheet and letters of

(5) Outreach and Enrichment Admin. Internship
The Museum of Science, Boston, Massachusetts en/internships/11613:294/87020:100

(6) Schoolyard Greening Intern
DC Schoolyard Greening Cons ortium
Washington, District of Columbia en/internships/111583: 276/ 87034:177

(7) Various Internships at IDEA, the Institute for the Development of Earth Awareness
New York, New York United States
        Website Design Assi stant en/internships/110905: 247/ 87024:180

        Publishing Assi stant en/internships/110905: 247/ 87025:150

        Grants Assi stant en/internships/110905: 247/ 87026:120

        Office Assi stant, Non-Profit Org. en/internships/110905: 247/ 87027:190

        Website HTML Programmer en/internships/110905: 247/ 87021:170

        Website Flash De signer/Programmer en/internships/110905: 247/ 87022:140

(8) Various internships with Casey Trees Endowment Fund
Washington, District of Columbia
        GIS Intern en/internships/91561:312/87030:97

        UFORE Inventory Team Leader

        Urban Fore stry Team Leader en/internships/91561:312/87033:107

(9) Communications Intern - Web
Oceana, Washington, D.C.,

(10) INTERNS HIPS listed with the Orion Society (for full descriptions of these internships: and click on “New Postings.”)

        Transit Campaign Internship
        Colorado Environmental Coalition
        Location: Denver, CO, USA

        Loui s Starr Memorial Intern
        Upper Raritan Watershed Association
        Location: Bedminster, NJ

        Graphic De sign Intern
        Earth Pledge
        Location: New York, NY

        Garden Intern
        Arthur Morgan School
        Location: Celo, NC (in the Southern Appalachian Mts of Western NC)

        Community Farm Intern
        Denver Urban Gardens
        Location: Denver/Aurora, Colorado

        Youth PowerShift Co-Coordinator
        Student Environmental Action Coalition
        Location: West Philadelphia or from home

        Information Technology Assi stant
        Student Environmental Action Coalition
        Location: West Philadelphia or from home

        Mine Drainage Specialist
        Eastern Pennsylvania Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation
        Location: Shavertown, PA, USA

2004 to assist with avian dis ease research in Hawaii. The Biocomplexity of A vian Disease project is a
5-year NSF-funded research program on the ecology of avian malaria and pox virus in Hawaiian
forest bird communities. The int ern will assist with (1) care of wild native and non-native passerines
for experimental studies of the pathogenicity of avian malaria in forest birds; (2) collection of
physiological data from experiment ally-infected passerines; (3) microscope work to assist with the
diagnosis and quantification of malarial infections in wild and experimental birds. Applicants must be
willing to live and work in close proximity with other volunteers, and be able to work for long periods at
a compound microscope. QUALIFICA TIONS: U.S. citizenship with undergraduate coursework in
ecology, ornithology, wildlife biology, microbiology or parasitology. Prior experience handling small
passerines is desirable. Food and laundry stipend of $400 per month, dormit ory -style housing, and
laboratory training are provided; interns must pro vide their own airfare to Hilo, Hawaii. Days are long
and lab work is demanding, but schedule provides ample time for relaxation and exploring Hawaii
(snorkeling, swimming, surfing, diving, hiking, biking). Interns live in a small rural community next to
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, site of one of the world's most active volcanoes. Please send cover
letter, resume, and names and current telephone numbers of 3 references to: KATE SCHLE TZ, P.O.
BOX 218, HAWAII NA TIONAL PA RK, HI 96718, EMAIL:, FA X: 808-967-

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