NextGen Policy (NGP) is currently seeking a full-time (40 hours) Climate Policy Fellow to work in our Sacramento office through Summer 2023 (July). Early career and/or current undergraduate and graduate students in public policy, law, environmental science, planning, or other relevant fields who expect to graduate in Spring 2022 are all encouraged to apply. Applicants with other equivalent qualifications will also be considered.
HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT
WHAT WE REQUIRE
NextGen Policy offers compensation commensurate with the potential candidate’s experience and competitive with early career positions at public interest non-governmental organizations. Fellows are required to commit to 40 hours per week but reduced hourly commitments may be available to full-time students while courses are in session.
Provide a resume, short cover letter, three professional references (may include professors), and relevant social media links by Thursday, June 30, 2022. Send all documents as one PDF attachment to: email@example.com. Please name your saved PDF with the title: LastName.FirstName.pdf (Example: Smith.John.pdf).
ABOUT NEXTGEN POLICY
NextGen Policy is a non-profit organization dedicated to working on legislative, budgetary, regulatory, and programmatic issues related to preventing climate change, addressing income inequality, promoting economic prosperity, and protecting the fundamental rights of all Californians. Our policy portfolio encompasses topics such as: criminal justice reform and immigration; healthcare and food insecurity; mental health and voting rights; student loan debt and higher education; veterans and consumer protection issues; and affordable housing and environmental justice.
NextGen Policy is an equal opportunity employer.