Internships with Environment Massachusetts
We are currently accepting internship applications for spring 2018 and summer 2019.

Environment Massachusetts is a statewide, grassroots environmental organization working to tackle our biggest environmental challenges and fight for a greener future.

Our interns make a big impact on our campaigns while gaining valuable skills in political advocacy and grassroots organizing.

As an intern, you’ll work on our campaign to repower Massachusetts with 100 percent renewable energy. We use more energy than we need, and too much of that energy comes from dirty, polluting fossil fuels. Fortunately, we have alternatives. We’re building public support to power Massachusetts entirely with clean, renewable energy like solar and wind.

You'll work hard and take on real responsibility. Our interns organize press conferences, write op-eds and letters to the editor, build powerful coalitions, meet with state officials, and mobilize grassroots support for our campaigns.

We’re hiring interns for the spring semester and the summer. Interns typically work 10-15 hours per week during the academic year and 20 hours per week during the summer. The position is unpaid.

Questions? Contact Ben Hellerstein,, 914-420-9706.

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