Greenpeace Internships — PLANET EARTH UNDERWATER

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Protect the Earth while learning valuable skills as a Greenpeace Intern. Positions are available in all or our departments including research, photography, administration, communications, and everything in between.

Apply for Spring 2016 Internships Now!

Why intern with Greenpeace?

    • Promote solutions to the global warming crisis

    • Stop the destruction of the world’s last ancient forests

    • Empower consumers and shareholders to hold corporate polluters accountable

    • Learn valuable skills

    • And yes, Save the Whales! (and other endangered species)

Protect oceans. Greenpeace is perhaps best known for its campaigns to protect whales and other large aquatic animals from hunters and trappers. Greenpeace programs target multiple areas of ocean defense, centering primarily on pollution and unfair or abusive fishing practices.

All PLANET EARTH groups supports Greenpeace.  PLANET EARTH groups are dedicated to Greenpeace and would not exist without them. 

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