Jobs

Agriculture Program Director

Responsible for strategic leadership and day-to-day management of the Izaak Walton League's Agriculture Program, including direction and oversight of agriculture policy and grassroots advocacy initiatives at the state, regional, and national levels; supervision of program staff; and fundraising. As the League’s leader on agriculture issues, the Director advocates for policies that conserve wetlands and other natural resources and promote sustainable agriculture. Application deadline: January 25. Read more...

Clean Water Fellow

The Clean Water Fellowship is a temporary position of up to two years and is designed to provide applied experience in environmental education and water quality monitoring to a candidate with an undergraduate degree who is planning to pursue graduate studies in environmental education, natural resources conservation or a similar field. The Clean Water Fellow will work with the Clean Water Director to revise, deliver and manage the Creek Freaks program. Applications deadline: April 6. Read more...

Chesapeake Conservation Corps

Izaak Walton League of America is one of many potential Host sites for the 2017-18 Chesapeake Conservation Corps service year. The Corps Program provides hands-on entry level experience and leadership opportunities as a stepping stone to a career in their chosen field. Not only are the participants working fulltime at their selected host site, but they also receive extensive leadership and professional development trainings. Applications deadline: April 14. Read more...

Environmental Educator Internship

The Environmental Educator Internship is a three week, unpaid internship that takes place from July 10-29, 2017. For this position, interns will be working at the League’s Save Our Streams exhibit booth at the National Boy Scout Jamboree Conservation Trail located at the Summit Bechtel Reserve in Glen Jean, West Virginia. Interns will lead hands on activities with scouts pertaining to stream health, water quality monitoring, and macroinvertebrate identification.  All travel costs (including transportation from the D.C. Metro Area, hotel, and meals) will be covered by the League. Read more...