Internships/volunteer

Protected Species Campaign Intern, Washington DC

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The Protected Species Campaign Intern works closely with the science, policy, communications, and grassroots teams in support of Oceana’s Responsible Fishing (RF) campaigns to save the North Atlantic right whale, defend the Magnuson-Stevens Act, and ban the sale of shark fins in the U.S. The Intern is responsible for coordinating project and event logistics, tracking congressional actions, maintaining a record of campaign progress toward goals, performing data analysis as needed, and conducting outreach to build support for campaign objectives. The Intern also performs research and drafts communications materials, including internal memos, fact sheets, and sign-on letters. The Protected Species Campaign Intern reports directly to the RF Ocean Advocate and assists in general campaign planning.

Job opportunities

Projectmedewerkers ecologie

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Regelink Ecologie & Landschap is de afgelopen jaren aanzienlijk gegroeid: het aantal projecten, maar ook de omvang ervan neemt toe. We zoeken daarom per direct flexibele projectmedewerkers ecologie die ons zowel tijdens de piekmomenten in het veldseizoen kunnen ondersteunen als projecten kunnen draaien. Ben jij flexibel en zelfstandig en wil jij je verder ontwikkelen in een gemotiveerd team? Dan zijn we op zoek naar jou!

Event

Leadership Workshop

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Leadership workshop To emphasize the ‘Academy’ part of the Future For Nature Academy, there is a wish to organize workshops exclusively for FFN Academy Members. In these workshops, participants learn practical skills that are useful for a career in nature conservation, but are not necessarily part of the university curriculum. Leadership is one of those […]

Esther

Bardia: a wild place

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Esther’s last weeks in Bardia, Nepal were packed with conservation. Besides doing field work for her thesis, she also got the chance to learn more about mitigating human-wildlife conflicts. In her last video, which also shows the magnificent wildlife Bardia National Park, she tells us more about that!