Earthjustice is accepting applications for a full- or part-time externship position in its Washington, D.C., office during fall or spring semesters. This position is designed for a current undergraduate student who can earn academic credit for 20–40 hours per week of work in our D.C. office on a variety of energy and environmental litigation and policy projects. The position will be based within the Clean Energy program, and will also receive assignments from other litigation areas within the D.C. office, the policy and legislation department, and/or the communications department.
Earthjustice’s Clean Energy Program, which is headquartered in our Washington, D.C. Office, aims to accelerate the transition to 100% clean energy. Earthjustice has a longstanding track record of success with our litigation and advocacy to reduce dependence on dirty fossil fuels and increase reliance on clean energy resources, including energy efficiency, solar, wind, demand response, and storage. Earthjustice’s Washington, D.C. Office also serves both as a regional office for issues arising in the mid-Atlantic states, and as a center for litigation on important national environmental issues, including challenging the Trump Administration’s attempts to roll back and delay environmental regulations; limiting pollution in disproportionately impacted communities; protecting public lands and waters, and moving toward a clean energy future. The litigation teams in the Washington, D.C. office collaborate closely with the Policy and Legislation Office that is located at a separate location in Washington D.C. For more information about the office’s work, visit: https://earthjustice.org/about/offices/clean-energy (Clean Energy program) http://earthjustice.org/about/offices/dc (D.C. regional efforts)
https://earthjustice.org/about/offices/pal (Policy and Legislation office)
Under the supervision of an attorney, an extern’s primary responsibilities are to:
Applications are welcome from current undergraduate students who can earn academic credit for the externship. Earthjustice does not offer compensation, salary, or benefits for externs.
Candidates interested in the Washington, D.C., position should submit their:
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