The Senior Director of Development provides strategic leadership and day to day management to meet our annual and long-term development/fundraising goals from corporations and foundations. S/he will build sustaining relationships, ensure effective and timely communications, and oversee all of the activities related to setting and meeting foundation and corporate revenue goals.
American Rivers seeks an Intern to assist the Development Department in its fundraising and research efforts in Washington, DC. Working closely with the Development Team, the Development Intern will assist with donor and prospect research, integrating information into development databases, and developing and producing comprehensive research reports.
American Rivers seeks a law intern that will work under the supervision of the General Counsel in the Legal Department. This program provides an excellent opportunity to gain direct experience dealing with the legal issues of a national nonprofit environmental organization, including contracts, government grants and agreements, ethics, employment law, conflict of interest, non-profit corporate governance and tax compliance, corporate sponsorship, and charitable solicitation regulation.
American Rivers is seeking a Western Water Policy Intern in the Conservation Department at our Washington, D.C. office. The intern will work directly with the Director of Western Water Policy in researching federal and state water conservation and drought management programs.
American Rivers is seeking a Clean Water Supply Intern in the Conservation Department to assist our work in Pennsylvania to connect municipalities to funding for green infrastructure projects that manage stormwater.
American Rivers is seeking a River Protection Intern in the Conservation Department at our Washington, DC office. This is an unpaid position, and can be part- or full-time. However, we will work with the successful applicant to obtain school credit if available.
American Rivers is seeking a Marketing/Corporate Relations Intern in the Marketing and Communications Department at our Washington, DC office. This is an unpaid position, and can be part- or full-time. However, we will work with the successful applicant to obtain school credit if available.