Environment California State Director Laura Deehan speaks at solar rally standing in front of other organizers holding up signs
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A shared vision of a better world. A strategic approach to social change.

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National Program Administrator

National Program Administrator

Provide the backbone of administrative support that allows our program staff and advocates to be successful.

Chicago, IL preferred

Environment Massachusetts Clean Energy Advocate

Environment Massachusetts Clean Energy Advocate

Environment Massachusetts is hiring a Clean Energy Advocate to transition Massachusetts from fossil fuels to 100% clean, renewable energy from sources like the sun and wind.

Boston, MA preferred

Member Engagement Coordinator

Member Engagement Coordinator

Deepen the connection our members have to organizations across the country through affinity projects, analysis and improvement.

Denver, CO

Planned Giving Coordinator

Planned Giving Coordinator

Coordinate, market and manage our planned giving program that inspires our supporters to leave a lasting legacy.

Los Angeles, CA or Denver, CO preferred

National Media Relations Manager

National Media Relations Manager

Tell stories and profile campaigns tackling some of the most important issues in Washington, DC and throughout the country.

Washington, DC

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Is this career for you?

The Public Interest Network operates and supports organizations committed to a shared vision of a better world and a strategic approach to social change. With more than a dozen organizations — Environment America, PIRG, Green Corps and more — we’re winning positive social change for the environment and the public interest.

Our work focuses on the problems that arise from America’s single-minded pursuit of endless economic growth. We’re still burning fossil fuels, even though it’s changing the climate. We keep giving antibiotics to healthy livestock, even though it’s creating antibiotic-resistant “superbugs.” We use plastic products for just a few minutes only to throw them away, where they pollute the ocean for centuries.

We have a 21st-century vision of how to solve these problems. If it inspires you, and you share our pragmatic approach to achieving it, then we want to talk to you.

Fill out the form to get started. Or learn more about our approach to social change.