Climate Jobs, Internships, Scholarships and Fellowships

The Organized Village of Kake. Kake, Alaska. The Organized Village of Kake is hiring a Program Manager to work with the Keex’ Kwaan Community Forest Parnership (KKCFP). The Program Manager will work with the Organized Village of Kake on growing their natural resource management office during 2018 and 2019. This is being done in preparation for local management of a 5-year project that will include community engagement, workforce development, natural resource assessments and a variety of on the ground projects for the benefit of the Tongass National Forest, ANCSA Tribal corporations and the community of Kake. The employment term is 1-2 years minimum with an option for 5 years depending on performance. For more information on the position and how to apply, follow the link.  

Washington Sea Grant State Fellowship. Applications now open. Deadline: June 1, 2018. Fellowship dates: September/October 2018 – September/October 2019. Application Guidelines. The Washington Sea Grant State Fellowship (formerly the Marc Hershman Marine Policy Fellowship) offers a unique educational opportunity for graduate students or recent graduates engaged in studies pertaining to ocean and coastal policy issues. This one-year paid fellowship program places highly motivated, qualified individuals with marine and coastal hosts offices throughout Washington. This opportunity provides fellows with a unique perspective on building marine policy and allows them to share their academic expertise with the host offices. Many former fellows have gone on to jobs in state and local government, private industry and NGOs. This year’s host offices are The Makah Tribe, The Nature Conservancy, Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, The Washington State Department of Ecology (Shorelands Program), The Washington State Department of Ecology (Spills Program) and The Washington State Department of Health. Graduate students or recent graduates of Washington state universities are invited to apply for this fellowship.

Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission Salmon Camp. Applications are due June 1, 2018. Salmon Camp 2018 will run from July 29 through August 4. It will be hosted by the Yakama Nation at Camp Chaparral.   Salmon Camp fosters an interest in natural resources careers and closing the academic achievement gap for Native American youth. Salmon Camp is a component of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission’s Tribal Workforce Development program. The annual camp focuses on providing culturally relevant science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) experiences to foster an interest in natural resources careers and close the academic achievement gap for Native American youth. Twenty incoming 6th-8th grade students from the four tribes are selected to attend the free camp. Meals and lodging are provided and, after the program is successfully completed, a stipend is offered. The week-long camp is held during the summer in tribal homelands. The four tribes take turns hosting Salmon Camp. Online Salmon Camp Application

  • Salmon Camp Staff Positions. The success of Salmon Camp depends on great people who are committed to and enjoy working with kids. In addition to the adult counselors, Salmon Camp offers positions for high school students to be junior counselors that gives them the opportunity to gain leadership and mentoring experience. Click the links below for job descriptions of the camp positions available. Junior Counselor Application

EcoTrust. Portland, Oregon. Ecotrust has 1 available position: Financial Analyst (applications due June 15, 2018). For more information, visit: