Thank you for your interest in the work of
The Environmental Relief Center.
If you wish information regarding our volunteer
positions, please forward a letter of introduction
describing your background and environmental
Please also include your most immediate contact
information so we may arrange a meeting to
acquaint you with our grass-roots services and
discuss your placement with The Environmental
Thank you for your environmental concerns and
for your interest in community conservation programs.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU.
Note to GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS applying for benefits and services:
Please refer to Grassroots Benefits and Service
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THE ENVIRONMENTAL RELIEF CENTER
Studio City, CA 91614-0084
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Below are job classifications for Project Staff. These professional posts will be
filled as program schedules develop. If you are interested in our mission and would
like to discuss personnel opportunities, please call Peggy Forster, Chief Executive
Officer, (818) 762-5852.
The Environmental Relief Center, a private foundation,
invites volunteers to join with environmental interns and
professional personnel to advance the goals of the
organization. (Please see our mission statement
entitled, Walking Down Hope Street.
W i l d f l o w e r s o f t h e P r i b i l o f I s l a n d s
(1) Project Administrator/Personnel Director to oversee business
operations and supervise grant-writing, gift-planning, and
(2) Project Director/Biologist to review grant applications and
identify, assess, and select applicants based upon recommenda-
tions from the Center's environmental science teams.
(3) Scientists and Interns from the Environmental Sciences:
(a) Visit grass-roots organizations in threatened areas;
submit reports on loss of species and habitats,
resource destruction and/or contamination, and
prepare estimates for RELIEF funding and services.
(b) Provide educational seminars to community leaders,
volunteers, and local interest groups.
(4) Environmental Law Personnel for the evaluation of local laws
and policy violations; recommendations concerning legal
intervention and/or strategies; and supervision of student interns
as they assist grass-roots leadership.
(5) Public Relations Director/Journalist
(a) Provide media outreach services.
(b) Organize media response teams and damage control
(c) Supervise intern journalists, news releases, reports
and develop profiles of grass-roots leadership.
(6) Website Personnel
(a) Maintain and update Website Directory listings for grass-
roots organizations, detailing mission statements and accounts
of local environmental struggles and organizational needs.
(b) Oversee the publication of News and Commentary, citing
current legislative action and local issues, and provide
reports of city, county, state, and federal environmental
initiatives and policies which affect local areas.
(7) Television and Video Arts Personnel to visit grass-roots community
sites for filming demonstrations, public debates, issues statements, media
reports, and AWARDS programs.
(8) Producer/Director -- Develop and coordinate Annual Environmental