By Nina Wu
Looking for a green job? Your quest is just one click away.
The Hawai‘i Conservation Alliance Job Bank offers listings for conservation-based jobs, internships and volunteer positions at www.hcajobbank.com. The job bank was created by HCA's Next Generation Program to help build the next generation of Hawaii's conservation leaders.
Some available positions as of now include associate attorney for Earthjustice, education and outreach assistant for the Lyon Arboretum at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, development officer for the Monk Seal Foundation, conservation program coordinator for Sierra Club Hawaii and lab technician at the Hawaii Cooperative Studies Unit at its Kilauea Field Station on the Big Island.
Conservation organizations are welcome to post available jobs, internship and volunteer positions at the job bank for free. Each submission will be reviewed by HCA staff and appear on the webpage after approval. It's free for job seekers as well, to visit and peruse www.hcajobbank.com.
The Hawaii Conservation Alliance is a cooperative collaboration of conservation leaders representing more than 20 government, education and non-profit organizations. If you have questions about the job bank, email email@example.com.
The 21st Annual Conservation Conference, by the way, is from July 16 to 18 at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. Registration is now open, with a special $50 rate for students. The theme this year is "Living Today, Sustaining Tomorrow: Connecting People, Places and Planet."