Anna Siriano, December 20, 2017
Montana Conservation Voters Education Fund (MCVEF) is a 501(c)3 non-partisan, non-profit organization that turns conservation values into public policy priorities. MCVEF engages our members and conservation minded Montanans to be effective advocates for public lands, conservation, and the environment by engaging in the democratic process. MCVEF builds power among its members and within conservation groups and strategic allies to protect clean air, clear water, Montana’s world-class fish and wildlife, public lands, and health.
The Engagement Fellow will work to with the Montana Engagement Partnership as part of a broad effort to engage Montanans in conservation policy throughout the state, including managing a Mobilization Center. The Engagement Fellow is a two-year fellowship, as part of the Wyss Fellows Program for developing conservation leaders in the American West. As a Wyss Fellow, the Engagement Fellow will gain a variety of knowledge on a broad range of environmental and conservation issues and campaigns through training within the organization and through participating in an annual training program from the Wyss Foundation.
The Engagement Fellow is a full-time, exempt position and reports to MCV’s Political Director. The position is based in Bozeman, MT with travel required.