Join Our Team!
Applications for Summer 2018 high school and college interns to help with our MPA Watch , environmental programs focused on protection of land, waters, and biodiversity, public speaking, and events open on March 1st. Email us a cover letter telling us about your environmental passions, connection to West Marin, and your resume.
POLICY/LEGAL INTERN OPENINGS
January 2018 - Seeking part-time policy/legal intern for spring, summer, and/or fall. Immediate opening! Email us
Becoming a volunteer/intern is a fun and rewarding way to give back to the environment, EAC and the West Marin community. Join us in the office, at events, for a special project, or intern with us throughout the year. Volunteers will have a chance to meet new friends, enjoy fun programs, and get special perks. Double your impact: Check with your employer to see if they will match your volunteer hours with a financial contribution.
We often need additional event support. Please see our Events Menu above to find out ways you can get involved including helping at the Birding and Nature Festival, Litter Bugs Me, Piper on the Ridge, and more!
We are currently seeking a part-time policy intern for spring, summer, and/or fall. We may have other internship opportunities as well. Contact us below to apply and find out more information.
"As a future student of law, I embraced the opportunity to work on local legislation and gain deeper insight into the functioning of a stable, community-supported non-profit. I would recommend EAC without hesitation as an internship placement, volunteer opportunity, or donation preference because of their historical and continued commitment to engaging in environmental issues in and around West Marin." - Liza Sternik, 2017 policy intern.
"I had an incredible experience interning with the Marin MPA Watch this summer. I loved the fact that I was able to help to explain the importance of marine protected areas and share my appreciation of our coast with the public. I am so happy to have been part of a citizen science program as I believe that citizen science is one of the best ways to allow volunteers to support greater environmental causes in a tangible way. Additionally, I enjoyed working with the West Marin EAC and witnessing how partnerships with like-minded organizations, such as the CA Academy of Sciences and the NPS can make a program like MPA Watch flourish. Finally, Morgan and Amy were amazing mentors and worked hard to allow us interns to be integral parts the Marin MPA Watch team." - Geneva Gondak, University of Pennsylvania - 2015 summer intern.
Office & Special Skill Volunteers needed
Have a special skill? We are always looking for people who would like to donate their advocacy, legal, policy, technical, graphic design, advertising, marketing and/or communications skills pro bono to help us with our nonprofit mission. As a small nonprofit working to protect and sustain the unique lands, waters, and biodiversity of West Marin, each dollar is important for our efforts to continue. Your support could mean a hug difference.
Questions? Contact Us