Want a summer job where you can gain experience and make a difference?

Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with groups like Environment America to tackle climate change, save the bees from dangerous pesticides, and stop single-use plastic from polluting our oceans and other waterways. These groups have counted on us for 35 years to generate the people power they need to take on ExxonMobil, Monsanto or other opposition and win.

We’re hiring in more than 30 cities across the country to raise money and get thousands of people to take action. Learn more about the Fund.

Click here to check out this video highlighting our work from this past summer.

Gain skills. Build your resume.

Gain skills. Build your resume.

This summer, not only will you learn how to engage the public on pressing environmental and public interest issues, but you’ll also get the kind of communication and leadership skills you’ll need for your future career. You’ll learn skills such as how to raise money, manage and train your own team, work with the media, lobby elected officials, and more.

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Work on important issues.

Spend your summer working on issues that matter for organizations such as Environment America and U.S. PIRG. You could be a part of Environment America’s campaign to ban single use plastics that pollute our oceans and harm wildlife, or build support to save the bees across the United States. Bottom line: You could make a difference.

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Make an impact.

If you’re looking to make a meaningful impact on our environment, our democracy and more, there’s no better job than being a canvasser with the Fund. You’ll engage in face-to-face conversations to educate the public on important issues, give them the opportunity to take action and build the people power it takes to win.

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"Canvassing allows you to see that what you do makes a difference. It reminds you that people really have the power to impact their government and change it for the better."

— Mikaela Benton, Elon University
Field Manager, Washington, D.C., office

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