Environmental Jobs

Energy and Environment Fellowship

We seek to develop the next generation of energy & environment leaders in Colorado, reflecting academic and geographic diversity, who can be empowered through experiential learning to impact positive change across sectors. In partnership with Noble Energy, the Governor’s Office will recruit, place, and host students in fellowships across state government with substantive work assignments and robust programming to increase their professional knowledge, skills, and connections.


Thorne is seeking enthusiastic, environmentally aware individuals who want experience working with youth in an outdoor setting to serve as Volunteers or Interns for Thorne’s Field Trip Programs in Boulder and Longmont. The 2nd Grade Field Trip Program is in partnership with the Boulder Valley School District and St. Vrain Valley School District and will connect nearly 1,800 2nd graders to nature each school year at Sombrero Marsh in Boulder and Sandstone Ranch in Longmont. Volunteers and Interns will gain up to 50 hours of mentored teaching experience and are responsible for teaching one of four field trip stations on the following topics: Birds, Water Insects, Land Insects, or Archeology. Positions are available from 8:30-2:00pm during September-October and April-May. Half day positions are also possible. Longmont positions are on Tuesdays, and Boulder positions are on Wednesday, Thursdays, or Fridays.

Land Stewardship Director

Palmer Land Trust seeks a Land Stewardship Director to advance the organization’s robust land stewardship program which includes a portfolio of both public and private conserved lands throughout southern Colorado. With over 120 conservation easements on 106,000 acres of conserved land, as well as fee ownership of two properties, Palmer Land Trust is one of the leading nonprofit land conservation organizations in Colorado.
The Land Stewardship Director will partner with private landowners, public agencies, and the public to advance land conservation goals. At the core of Palmer’s stewardship program is managing a wide-ranging portfolio of conservation easements that includes urban public open space properties, largescale working cattle ranches, irrigated production farmland, critical wildlife habitat, and iconic scenic vistas.
The Director is responsible for landowner partner relationship management; conservation easement monitoring, reserved rights review, easement interpretation, and violations response; and evolving our stewardship practices to ensure compliance, efficiency, and innovation in the face of increasing conservation challenges.
Palmer Land Trust is committed to organizational excellence and innovation, and is seeking exceptional candidates who thrive in a collaborative, high-performance environment. This is a permanent, full-time position with generous time off and a comprehensive benefits package.

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