Climate Jobs, Internships, Scholarships and Fellowships

11th Hour Project. Program Manager - Emerging Strategies.  Deadline: March 19, 2021. The 11th Hour Project, a Menlo Park-based program of The Schmidt Family Foundation, is committed to promoting a responsible relationship with the planet’s food, water and energy resources. We are an equal opportunity employer and strives to create an atmosphere where diversity of identity, experience, and background are welcomed, valued and supported.

Indigenous Peoples Engagement Manager. Deadline: March 22, 2021. The Western Resources Advocates (WRA) seeks an Indigenous Peoples Engagement Manager to lead outreach and partnership efforts with Indigenous Nations, Indigenous communities, and Indigenous organizations in WRA’s seven state region. This new position will report to the Government Affairs Director and work closely with WRA’s program staff to identify and facilitate opportunities for collaboration with Indigenous peoples around strategies and policies that impact our earth and natural world.

Environmental Protection Agency – Nomination to the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council. Deadline: March 24, 2021. The U.S. EPA invites nominations from a diverse range of qualified candidates to be considered for appointment to its National Environmental Justice Advisory Council. EPA is seeking nominations to fill approximately seven new vacancies for terms through September 2022. Vacancies are anticipated to be filled by September 2021.

Principal Associate, Conserving Marine Life in the U.S. (Community Organizing). The principal associate, conserving marine life in the U.S. designs, develops, and implements outreach and organizing plans, conducts research and manages consultant relationships in support of the program’s objectives in the West Coast, with a specific focus on Washington. The principal associate works closely with project team members, as well as with staff from conservation science, communications, government relations, and other Pew departments. The position also engages with external organizations, including scientists, non-governmental organizations and industry representatives in building and demonstrating broad public support for Pew’s work. The position is based remotely in Washington state, and reports to the associate manager, conserving marine life in the U.S. who is based in Portland OR. For more information, visit:

Cascades to Coast Landscape Collaborative Work Study/Internship/Employment Opportunity. The Cascades to Coast Landscape Collaborative is seeking part-time assistance from someone who wants to combine their interests in natural resources conservation with skills in web site design/development. This person will make final revisions to the web tool, assist in a public launch, engage with partner organizations, and update the data set as needed. For more information and to apply, contact, John Mankowski at

CASC Network to Offer Postdoctoral Fellows Positions on the Future of Fire. The CASC Network is offering seven postdoctoral research positions as part of the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows (CAPF) Program. This program aims to provide management-relevant research on the effects of climate change to fish, wildlife and ecosystems through a nationally coordinated postdoctoral research program.  For more information, visit:
Alaska CASC to Award Scholarships to Inaugural Climate Scholars Program. The Climate Scholars Program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks offers unique opportunities for field-based, hands-on learning and research. With support from the Alaska CASC, this is the first opportunity of its kind for undergraduates at UAF to have the opportunity to study climate change in the "Last Frontier". Applications will be reviewed and accepted on an ongoing basis. For more information, visit:,hands%2Don%20learning%20and%20research.
2021 RAY Diversity Fellowship. Rolling Application Process. Inspired by efforts to increase racial diversity in conservation and clean energy, the Environmental Leadership Program coordinates Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Diversity Fellowship provides first-time career access opportunities for recent college graduates of color who do not have previous professional experience or a graduate degree. The RAY Fellowship is designed to support the Fellows in becoming leaders in the environmental sector—one that, in our visions of the future, fully represents, includes, and is led by the diverse communities, perspectives, and experiences of the United States. For more information, visit: There will be an informational webinar series for interested applicants here: