Without our members, NYLCV’s work would not be possible
Whether they’re writing to state lawmakers, calling local officials, or attending our policy forums, NYLCV members help us get things done in Albany and in cities and towns all over New York. Here are some ways you can get involved to help us fight climate change, conserve land and water, and protect New Yorkers from toxic chemicals and pollution:
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Volunteer or Intern with NYLCV
NYLCV is always on the lookout for top-notch interns and volunteers. We collaborate with high schools, colleges and graduate schools to help generate interest in the environment and encourage careers in the field. We have openings in Communications, Development, Policy and Advocacy, and Political and Civic Engagement departments.
Qualifications include interest in the environment, government, politics and advocacy; ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; strong written and verbal communication skills; and proficiency in Word, Excel and social media. Contact NYLCV’s Senior Vice President, Josh Klainberg at email@example.com with a resume introducing yourself and indicating your preferred department. Applications are taken on a rolling basis.
Donate to NYLCV
Your support helps us advance our mission to fight climate change, conserve land and water, and protect public health. Your contribution will allow us send representatives to Albany to meet with elected officials, help us us engage more New Yorkers across the state, and get our environmental message out to the media.
Donate through Amazon Smile
You can support our sister organization, NYLCV Education Fund by shopping on Amazon Smile. Your order prices stay exactly the same, and Amazon Smile Foundation will donate a portion of the sale to NYLCV Education Fund.
Join our Emerging Leaders Program
The Emerging Leaders Program is a great opportunity to connect with other early to mid-career professionals who want to make a difference for New York’s environment. Emerging Leaders at NYLCV enjoy events throughout the year, with opportunities to engage with other NYLCV members and discuss the environmental issues in New York that matter most to them.