The Community Engagement Associate will provide support to River Network’s corporate relationships and their investments and engagement in local projects that restore water quality and quantity (e.g., community clean-ups, litter removal projects, etc.).
River Network seeks a highly organized and results-driven professional to join our Community Engagement team in assisting with the organization’s clean-up and other community engagement events that match corporate interests in clean water, healthy rivers, and other social responsibility goals with opportunities to support local communities and nonprofit organizations across our nationwide network.
The National Park Service and River Network are pleased to announce a grant opportunity to fund projects that develop and/or expand “on-water” education, recreation, and/or cultural preservation programs for youth and young adults. Supported projects will include diverse partner organizations that work together to enhance and expand availability of recreational, educational, and cultural preservation opportunities and programming for youth and adults on land and on water.
Date and Time:
Friday, May 15, 2020, 4:30pm to Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 4:30pm
We seek a highly organized and results-driven professional to manage River Network's clean-up and other community engagement events that match corporate interests in clean water and healthy rivers with opportunities to support local communities and nonprofit organizations across our nationwide network. This position will work closely with program, marketing, and philanthropy colleagues.
Full-time salaried ($55,000 and $65,000), based out of home office in Mid-Atlantic region with preference for proximity to Annapolis / Baltimore, MD. River Network seeks a dynamic, motivated and highly organized individual to join our team as Leadership Development Manager for the Mid-Atlantic/ Chesapeake Bay region (WV, VA, DC, MD, DE, PA, NJ and NY). This position will help increase the effectiveness of leaders, organizations and collaborative efforts/networks working on issues re: clean water
The Institutional Relations Director oversees River Network’s institutional relations and investment portfolio (foundations, corporations, and government or public funding sources), including grant research, writing, submission, and reporting. The Institutional Relations Director has lead responsibility for establishing and meeting or exceeding River Network’s institutional revenue goals, helping us grow to $3.5M in foundation grants and $1.6M in corporate funding over the next five years.
River Network seeks a positive, detail-oriented, and organized associated to provide backbone administrative support. The responsibilities of this position extend to three areas critical to mission success: donor relations, membership, and operations/executive. This position is based at River Network’s organizational headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. This position is ideal for someone seeking to add value immediately to a growing nonprofit with national reach.
River Network seeks a motivated and highly organized individual to join our team as Leadership Development Manager for the Mid-Atlantic/ Chesapeake Bay region (includes WV, VA, Washington DC, MD, DE, PA, NJ and NY). This position will help increase the effectiveness of river and watershed groups and related community-based organizations throughout the Mid-Atlantic/ Chesapeake Bay region.
Volunteer Naturalists will facilitate school presentations and field trips using curriculum developed by the Environmental Education Coordinator. TRK works with children in grades K-8 who attend school in the Tualatin River watershed with an emphasis on serving students from low-income Title I schools. Field trips take place outside at Dirksen Nature Park in Tigard (11130 Tigard St, Tigard OR).
The Salton Sea Program Director will grow Audubon California’s (ACA) contributions to conservation in Southern California with specific attention on the Salton Sea. S/He will exercise leadership and management responsibility in developing conservation programs, advancing conservation science and policy, engaging the network and attracting new funds