Internships and Jobs


Whip-poor-will Seasonal Field Technician at Vermont Center for Ecostudies

VCE seeks a seasonal field technician to assist with Vermont Whip-poor-will Project surveys for the 2021 breeding season.

Location: Windham and Windsor counties Vermont 
Type: Temporary, part-time, May 11-July 2, evenings
Compensation: $13-$14/hour + mileage reimbursement
Deadline to apply:
 April 9 at 5:00 PM

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Whip-poor-will Project Biologist at Vermont Center for Ecostudies

VCE has conducted surveys and produced annual reports on the state threatened Whip-poor-will since 2014. We seek to hire a seasonal Whip-poor-will project biologist to take the lead on surveys for the 2021 breeding season. 

Location: Windham and Windsor counties in Vermont
Type: temporary, part-time, evenings May - July 2
Compensation: $15-$16/hour
Deadline to Apply: April 9 at 5:00PM

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Development Coordinator at Vermont Center for Ecostudies

The Development Coordinator plays a central role in our continuously-growing philanthropy program. The Development Coordinator is primarily responsible for managing our constituent database (Little Green Light), entering and acknowledging gifts and pledges, supporting three major fundraising appeals each year along with a current strategic fundraising campaign, supporting communications activities, and monthly reporting from the database. The position requires careful attention to detail, strong organization skills, and the ability to handle multiple synchronous projects. 

Location: White River Junction, VT
Type: part-time, 32 hours/week, non-exempt, year-round
Compensation: $17-$19/hour, depending on experience
Deadline to apply: April 9, 2021

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Communications & Events (Paid) Internship at Connecticut River Conservancy

As the CRC Communications & Events Intern you will have the opportunity to develop and expand your skills in traditional and digital communications, including social media marketing with diverse audiences across the Connecticut River watershed in NH, VT, MA & CT.

Location: Primarily remote with some in person work possibe in Greenfield, MA or Hartford, CT. 
Type: part to full-time, seasonal. 20-35 hours/week Mid-June through mid August
Compensation: $2,500 stipend upon successful completion of internship
Deadline to apply: May 10, or until position is filled.

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Events Planning Assistant at Connecticut River Conservancy

Connecticut River Conservancy (CRC) seeks a qualified individual to work alongside our team who can commit to the following tasks, most of which are office tasks. Additional tasks TBD.

Location: Greenfield, MA
Type: seasonal, part-time, 10 hours/week April - October
Compensation: $15/hour
Deadline to Apply: April 9, or until position filled

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Seasonal Field Manager at Connecticut River Conservancy

The Connecticut River Conservancy (CRC) seeks a Seasonal Field Manager to oversee environmental monitoring and community science programs in the Connecticut portion of the Connecticut River Watershed for the 2021 season.

Location: Lyme to South Windson, CT
Type: part-time, seasonal, 25 hours/week
Compensation: not listed
Deadline to Apply:
April 15

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Seasonal Field Manager in Massachusetts at Connecticut River Conservancy

The Connecticut River Conservancy seeks motivated and responsible individuals to carry out our invasive species monitoring and removal efforts in the Connecticut River Watershed, in Massachusetts.

Location: between Holyoke and Hadley, MA
Type: part-time, seasonal 20 hours/week
Compensation: not listed
Deadline to Apply: April 15

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Green Mountain Conservation Camp Multiple Positions:

  • Natural Resource Instructor
  • Natural Resource Instructor/Medical Coordinator
  • Camp Director
  • Assistant Camp Director

Green Mountain Conservation Camp (GMCC) is administered by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and includes twin summer camps with the mission of educating youth about Vermont’s natural resources. The camps give youth life skills and knowledge they can use to continue the state's traditional rural pursuits--enjoying all aspects of the outdoor world. The program's greatest strength is connecting young people to the outdoors.

The Green Mountain Conservation Camps are located at two sites:

  • Edward F. Kehoe Camp in Castleton, VT
  • Buck Lake Camp in Woodbury, VT.

Annually, about 900 kids between the ages of 12-16 spend a week at GMCC. The camps run for eight weeks in the summer, and there are separate weeks for boys and girls.

Eighteen residential summer staff (directors and instructors/counselors) operate this summer program as seasonal employees. In addition, close to 75 youth serve as Junior Counselors, a youth development leadership program for highly motivated past camp graduates.


Location: Woodbury, VT or Castleton, VT
Type: Full-time, seasonal, residential June to August
Compenstaion: $610-$780/week + Room and board
Deadline to Apply:
 not listed

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Field Coordinator at Northern Forest Canoe Trail

The Field Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing crew operations by fostering leadership and team development, ensuring adherence to safety guidelines, and facilitating stewardship projects. This is a unique opportunity to cultivate mentoring and facilitation skills while overseeing meaningful trail projects that improve access to our waterways. These are seasonal positions. 

Location: Based out of Waitsfield, VT
Compensation:
 $580-700/week, dependent on experience. Food provided during work week
Deadline to Apply: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning January 25th. We expect to complete the hiring process by the end of February.
Duration: March - August, with additional field projet opportunities after August

Learn more and apply here.


Stewardship Interns at Northern Forest Canoe Trail

Three Stewardship Interns will help complete projects across the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. Interns will work together alongside other NFCT staff and volunteers as a Stewardship Crew to complete a variety of campsite, river access, and portage trail development and maintenance projects along the trail corridor. Interns will have the opportunity to coordinate and lead a waterway work trip, cultivating leadership and team building skills.

Location: Based out of Waitsfield, VT - Travel along canoe trail required
Compensation: $3,000 ($300/week). Food provided during work week
Deadline to Apply: Applications due February 28th. We expect the hiring process to be complete by the end of March.
Duration: June 7 - August 13, 2021

Learn more and apply here.



Executive Director at Vermont Energy Education Program

The VEEP/NHEEP Executive Director is responsible for planning, budgeting, fundraising, administration, oversight of educational programs, management of staff, and public relations.  

Compensation: Salary of $65-75,000, 30 days Combined Time Off, short and long-term disability insurance, and a SIMPLE IRA retirement plan.  (VEEP does not currently offer health insurance.)
Deadline to Apply:
  January 3, 2021. Position open until filled.

Detailed position description and application instructions here

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