Environmental Jobs and Internships
is the Princeton Career Services website. Go to the Alumni Careers Network and search with “Environmental Affairs” under the Field of Work category.
Princeton Project '55
places students and recent graduates in jobs or internships with non-profit organizations, including environmental groups.
The Class of 1969 Community Service Fund
places Princeton students and graduates in internships with non-profit organizations.
is an organization called Environmental Career Opportunities. It contains listings for 700+ jobs and internships in environmental policy, communications, advocacy, conservation, engineering, research, and education. Includes non-profits, corporations and the government.
The Student Conservation Association
has a wide variety of jobs and listings geared specifically to college students.
Environmental Jobs and Careers
has listings of jobs for environmental engineers, nature and wetlands scientists, GIS, technicians, chemists, earth sciences / geologists, policy and law, wildlife conservation, planning, education, wastewater treatment and operations, program and project management, natural resources, etc.
job database contains over 300 job and internship listings, geared towards students and recent college graduates.
This site has links to many other environmental job databases and tips for applying to environmental jobs.
This site has links to other job databases and to job opportunities at non-profit organizations.
Green Dream Jobs
has a database organized by location and field.
A database of jobs and internships related to sustainable development.