About the Education Fund
The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters is a non-profit organization working to educate voters and elected leaders on state environmental issues. CTLCV (and CTLCV Education Fund) works with dozens of groups to develop and support good environmental policies at the state legislature.
How to Apply
Please email a cover note and resume to CTLCV Executive Director, Lori Brown at email@example.com. Qualified candidates will be contacted. No calls please.
Candidates must be currently enrolled in a college or graduate school, or law program. All interns report to our Hartford Office at 553 Farmington Avenue and work a minimum of eight hours/week for three months.
The CTLCV Education Fund is seeking an energetic individual with excellent verbal and creative writing skills to assist with overall communities of color engagement on environmental issues; activate Latinos and communities of color; train a new group of Environmental Promoters; connect with urban youth and adults on environmental issues directly impacting them; learn how to build community power on environmental policy at the state level. Fluency in Spanish is preferred.
CTLCV seeks an energetic individual with excellent verbal and creative writing skills to assist in vital fundraising efforts. The intern will learn and hone highly marketable skills in the development and maintenance of the organization’s fundraising activities. The intern will help the Development Director on communications with previous and potential donors, look for opportunities to garner support for the organization, and assist in formulating and writing grant proposals. Competence in Microsoft Excel and experience with grant writing, database management, or working with non-profits is a plus.
Briefing Book Intern
The CTLCV Education Fund is seeking an undergraduate student with exemplary research and writing skills to assist with the update of a briefing book about Connecticut’s environmental issues in relation to the development of law and advocacy at the state level. Prospective candidates should have excellent written communication skills, an interest in environmental issues, and a general understanding of the state political process.