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World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, is seeking a graduate intern to join the International Corporate Climate Partnerships team.
Under the supervision of the Deputy Director, International Corporate Climate Partnerships (ICCP), the International Corporate Climate Partnerships intern, will supports the day-to-day implementation of international corporate climate work under the WWF-US climate & energy strategy.
The ICCP program focuses on creating and scaling high impact corporate-related initiatives to accelerate a low-carbon transition in a manner that helps governments meet, or exceed, their national commitments under the Paris Agreement. The program works closely with companies, WWF offices in priority markets, and other stakeholders to promote action beyond the United States.
The program’s current priority is to help scale demand for, and access to, renewable energy by large corporations in Mexico, India and China.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Internal Communications intern for the spring 2018 semester.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Wildlife Conservation Intern at our Washington, DC office. This position is responsible for conducting research and assisting the Wildlife Conservation team’s projects and goals.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Business Services Intern at our Washington, DC office. Coordinates and implements processes and systems for Private Sector Engagement (PSE) team, including corporate research, data inventory and the collection and system entry of information related to the development and stewardship of corporate philanthropy and collaborations.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a U.S. Government Relations Spring 2018 Intern. The U.S. Government Relations Department of the World Wildlife Fund is seeking part-time to full-time interns for policy research, analysis, and outreach. Given the diversity of issues that the USGR staff covers, research, and analysis may entail working with legislation, regulations, and potentially court cases. By contrast research, analysis, and support may include assessment of government agencies' roles, policies, and positions on issues relating to WWF's mission, or writing of brief materials about U.S. government agencies. Outreach may entail covering congressional hearings and markups, and preparing and attending congressional, administration, and/or NGO coalition briefings. Subject matter will cover many of the issues in which WWF is involved, including biodiversity conservation (e.g., endangered species and habitat protection), natural resource management (e.g., fisheries, forestry, and agriculture), environment and security, climate change, and energy.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Global Science Network Intern.