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Sierra Club

There are currently no job or internship opportunities in the Sierra Club Michigan Chapter.

For current nationwide job and internships visit the Sierra Club Career Page. 

Holland Board of Public Works - Job Openings

The Holland Board of Public Works is seeking qualified individuals to fill the following positions:

  • Journeyman Lineworker
  • Electric Distribution Engineering Supervisor
  • Water/Wastewater Process Engineer
  • Education and Visitor Programs Specialist

For more information and how to apply, please visit

West Michigan Environmental Action Council Internships

West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC) is accepting applications for various internship positions.

WMEAC hosts interns from many colleges and universities. WMEAC internships include a one-time stipend, with all the benefits of hands-on experience in an environmental nonprofit. We have welcomed writers, those with social media marketing interests, biology and resource management majors, engineering  and sustainability majors and others. WMEAC interns leave with new skills, a portfolio of work, a letter of reference, and WMEAC’s appreciation. Typically WMEAC internships follow Spring (January – April), Summer (May-August), Fall (September – December) and the Women and Environment event (October-March) and final determination is decided by the Staff Mentor responsible for intern management.

For more open internships and application information, visit

GVSU Sustainable Agriculture Project Internships

GVSU's Sustainable Agriculture Project (SAP) offers many interdisciplinary internships. For current openings and more information, please visit

ATTRA Sustainability Internship/Apprenticeship Database

ATTRA has a great, long-running internship and apprenticeship database that is free for students to use.


Literacy Center of West Michigan

The Literacy Center of West MI is currently recruiting several full-time AmeriCorps positions!

Current open positions

 For more information and how to apply, visit

Political and Environmental Internship with Impact

Impact is a non-profit program of leading advocacy organizations, including Environment America and USPIRG. Impact is hiring interns to work on the ground to create the grassroots energy and power that it takes to win! Interns will have the opportunity to participate in national campaign briefings and activist skills training, all while getting in-state experience and mentorship from their lead campaign organizer.

Apply online at

A completed application includes the following:

  • A one-page personal statement describing your reasons for seeking an internship with Impact and what you hope to gain from the experience
  • A resume outlining your educational, professional, and volunteer experiences

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