Job: Impact, application deadline March 5, 2018 (graduating seniors)

Impact is a great opportunity for people who want to organize to make a difference on the most important environmental and public interest issues happening in the country today. You could be like Emma Fisher, whose organizing helped to stop an unnecessary highway expansion in Wisconsin. Or you could be like Kari Ross, who is fighting fracking in Texas. Or you could be like Meghan Hassett, organizing community-based forums on renewable energy with more than 50 local leaders in attendance.

Our spring application deadline is March 5. You can apply online here and we’ll contact you to set up an interview.

If you can see yourself next year organizing to make a difference for our health and environment, apply to join the Impact team. With Impact, you make a difference now. The work you do builds the power we need to win more victories and you gain the experience that other groups look for when hiring new advocates and campaign directors.

Jacqueline Guyol, Campaign Organizer at Impact
314-707-1445 (c)