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CVSC is building a grassroots conservation movement all across South Carolina to hold our leaders accountable, fight for clean energy, and protect our air, land, and water. It’s a big job, and we need passionate, smart, strategic, driven people to help us get it done. We have no positions open at this time, but please check back periodically.
The CVSC Advocacy Fellows Program
The CVSC Advocacy Fellows program will ignite the next generation of conservation advocates by working with the chosen fellows as they take a central role in our grassroots campaigns to engage record numbers of conservation voters and drive them to take action. This is an unpaid fellowship, but we are happy to work with students so they can receive course credit. Advocacy fellows will organize events and provide general support to Regional Field Directors, canvass neighborhoods in support of our field campaigns, and learn how to use Votebuilder, minivan, and other outreach software This program is ideal for students who want practical experience in political and issue-based campaigns, are interested in South Carolina politics and want to get more involved, want to network with like-minded conservationists across the state, and are passionate about clean energy and protecting South Carolina’s air, land, and water. We are seeking fellows who have proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite, Facebook, and Twitter, are self-starters capable of managing several tasks at once, available at least 10-15 hours a week, and must be able to attend one joint all-day training session in Columbia or Charleston to kick-off the program. To apply, fill out the fellowship application and send your resume to Paul@cvsc.org with the subject line: “CVSC Advocacy Fellowship”
CVSC is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.