College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Environmental Science & Policy

Networking & Other Opportunities

Policy/Government Relations Networking Resources and Job Boards

DC Public Affairs & Communications Jobs:

DC area jobs and internships in public affairs, communications, public relations, media, web development, lobbying and related fields.

Public Affairs Council:

Tom Manatos Jobs:  

Brad Traverse Jobs:

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships and Resources – American Association for the Advancement of Science:


DC Area Networking Resources and Job Boards

DC Green Scene:
Newsletter/calendar that aggregates leading events shaping energy and environmental policy in the nation’s capital.

Green Drinks

Hosts monthly networking events for environmentally-minded professionals, students, and enthusiasts.

Green Jobs DC:

Leaders in Energy:

Sustainable DC:
Sustainable DC, led by DC's Department of Energy & Environment and the Office of Planning, publishes a robust monthly newsletter including events, volunteer opportunities and job postings.


National Networking Resources and Job Boards

Audubon Career Center:

Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) Member Companies:

Conservation Job Board:

Ecological Society of America:

Entry Level Jobs for Social Impact:

Full and part time, internships, fellowships, grants, service opportunities and calls for submission.

Green Jobs Network:

Idealist Careers:

Land Trust Alliance:

Net Impact:

Science Careers – American Association for the Advancement of Science:

Sustainable Business:

Texas A&M University Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences Job Board:

The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program Alumni Network Job Board:

The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program (DDCSP) Alumni Network was established to support the ongoing networking and professional development of DDCSP alumni, and job postings are publicly posted.


Your Personal Networks

Remember the power of connections and the many resources available to you through your academic affiliations and other groups of which you are a part.

College/University Resources

  • The career counseling center can help you find contacts of alumni who work in fields or for organizations of interest.
  • Many academic institutions run alumni groups around the world or have affiliated Facebook or LinkedIn groups where alumni share job postings.
  • Ask your professors about job boards/job search resources they recommend or newsletters/listservs to which they subscribe that may help expand your knowledge and introduce you to relevant communities of interest.
  • ENSP alumni resources


Conservation and environmental sciences professionals know the power of partnerships and are often open to sharing knowledge and advice with like-minded peers. You're often one connection away from colleagues in your dream role, so consider reaching out for introductions and informational interviews.


Partner Organizations

This list is by no means exhaustive, as there are countless organizations with different areas of focus to explore—each with their own careers web page. Here is a short list as a starting point.


 Special thanks to our colleagues at the Audabon Society for providing this list for us!

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