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We were first introduced to Food & Water Watch during an effort to maintain local control of the publicly owned water system in our area. We have continued to support the efforts of FWW as they lobby for the best interests of the people of this planet.
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As an intern at Food & Water Watch, you’ll enjoy a great working environment and opportunities for advancement and job placement. We are currently seeking interns interested in fighting for safe food, clean water, and healthy oceans. Hours are flexible in a relaxed office environment. Internships are available during any of the following terms:
Spring, Fall: This position may be full- or part-time (~15 hours per week minimum). Spring dates are January-May. Fall term dates are September-December.
Summer: This position is full-time and runs for 10 weeks during May-August. Small stipends may be available for summer interns.
Volunteer/Intern Positions: InternOpportunities Found: 11
March 4, 2013
Food & Water Watch is inviting applicants for the 2013-2014 International Fellowship Program. One fellow will be selected to commit 20 hours per week through the fall and spring semesters to support global campaigns for water justice and food sovereignty. This is a paid position.
December 13, 2012
We are currently seeking spring interns interested in fighting for safe food, clean water, and healthy oceans. This position typically runs at least 10 weeks, for 15 hours per week. Current student standing is not necessary. We operate in a relaxed office environment in Midtown, Detroit, MI.
September 27, 2012
Interns will have the benefit of learning critical research, grassroots organizing and advocacy skills from experienced staff. Internships are available in our collegial office environment during any of the following terms.
May 14, 2012
We are currently seeking summer interns interested in fighting for safe food, clean water, and healthy oceans. This position is full-time, and will run for 10 weeks. Summer interns receive a small stipend. Current student standing is not necessary. We operate in a relaxed office environment in Washington, DC, metro accessible.
January 20, 2012
We are currently seeking spring interns interested in fighting for safe food, clean water, and healthy oceans. This position typically runs at least 10 weeks, for 15 hours per week. Current student standing is not necessary. We operate in a relaxed office environment in Washington, DC, metro accessible.
Our Fish Program specifically works to promote clean, green, safe seafood for consumers, while helping to protect the environment and support coastal communities. As a research intern with the fish team, you will be working directly with experienced researchers, organizers, policy experts and lobbyists to research emerging issues and create advocacy materials in support of grassroots campaigns. You will also increase skills to translate complex information into written and online outreach materials and learn methods of investigative research, advocacy writing and strategic thinking.
The water research intern assists the water research team with providing information, analysis and written materials to support Food & Water Watch Clean Public Water campaigns.
The research – food program intern will work directly with the food team to challenge factory farms and other industrialized agriculture, and promote local, sustainable food systems.
We are currently seeking interns to work several of our offices across the country. These include Washington, DC, San Francisco, CA, San Diego, CA, Portland, OR, Chicago, IL, New Jersey, and New York City. Interns will have the benefit of learning critical research, grassroots organizing and advocacy skills from experienced staff. Internships are available in our collegial office environment.
August 5, 2011
Join the movement to Take Back the Tap, promote water as a human right, and work with your campus to promote tap water over bottled water! Food & Water Watch is working with students across the country who are dedicated to helping break the bottled water habit on their campuses and in their communities.