Edison Wetlands Association
Edison Wetlands Association (EWA) is a grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to protecting human health and the environment through conservation and the cleanup of hazardous waste sites.
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Careers


Positions Available at Edison Wetlands Association:

Toxics Program / Conservation Intern
approx. 8-20 hours per week
Responsibilities: Program work, outreach, research and administrative duties related to the organization’s toxics, wildlife conservation, land preservation and environmental justice programs.  Some possible work in the field or at the Triple C Ranch.  For course credits and volunteer work only.


Triple C Ranch Intern
Weekend and weekday hours, 8-20 hrs/week
Responsibilities: Animal care, ecotours & public outreach, conservation work, and general maintenance at the Triple C Ranch, the last working farm in Edison, New Jersey. Some physical labor required.  Must be comfortable working with farm animals. Relevant experience is helpful but not required.  For course credits and volunteer work only.


Multimedia Intern
approx. 8-20 hours per week
Responsibilities: Qualified candidates needed to help nonprofit organization develop its multimedia program, including expanding our websites and blogs to incorporate videos (http://WildNewJersey.tv; http://NewGreenMedia.tv), social networking and social media, podcasts, video production and interactive content.  Relevant experience is highly recommended.
*Qualified Multimedia Intern candidates may be eligible for hourly pay.


Communications/ Journalism Intern
approx. 8-20 hours per week
Responsibilities: Writing articles, press releases, and website copy related to the organization’s public and media outreach program.  Good writing skills a must.  For course credits and volunteer work only.


Sales Intern
approx. 8-20 hours per week
Responsibilities: Promotional outreach and assistance for Re-Purpose New Jersey, an innovative new recycling sustainability pioneer that recycles clothing shoes, and other textiles for municipalities, businesses and universities at no cost.  Related courses in marketing and sales recommended.  For course credits and volunteer work only.


Political Affairs Intern
approx. 8-20 hours per week
Responsibilities: Correspondence, research and advocacy for promoting environmental policies and initiatives in New Jersey.  For course credits and volunteer work only.

To apply for either of the positions, send a resume and cover letter to:
ewainfo@edisonwetlands.org
Robert Spiegel | Executive Director | Fax: 732-372-7866


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