Ocean Conservancy Jobs

Ocean Conservancy Internships

Ocean Conservancy offers a variety of internships throughout the year to help train the next generation of ocean conservationists.

ABOUT OCEAN CONSERVANCY

The ocean is at the center of the most important food, energy and resource issues of our time. Ocean Conservancy champions science-based solutions to tackle the largest ocean conservation challenges we face and collaborates with partners to strengthen the health of the ocean for future generations. We mobilize citizen advocates to facilitate change, and we are committed to supporting efforts that benefit the people who depend on the ocean for food, jobs and recreation. Ocean Conservancy shapes the political agenda for the ocean so sound decisions are made that sustain our planet and improve lives.

Government Affairs Internships – Washington DC

Ocean Conservancy is accepting applications on a rolling basis for spring, summer and fall internships for the Government Relations team based in Washington, DC. Applicants should be currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students, or recent graduates. All internships are unpaid, with the opportunity for travel stipends and academic credit. Accepted candidates must make a minimum commitment of 20 hours a week. To apply, please submit a statement of interest, a resume, and three references to the following:

Government Relations: amistler@oceanconservancy.org

Join the Fight for a Healthy Ocean

Help keep the ocean healthy for sea turtles, polar bears, whales and people like you.

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Why the Ocean Matters

The ocean provides the air we breathe, the food we eat and the water we drink. Learn more about why the ocean matters to you.  

Vision for a Healthy Ocean

Ocean Conservancy works to keep the ocean healthy, to keep us healthy.

Our Solutions

We champion sound science that will lead to innovative, sustainable solutions.

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