Current Openings


Clean Wisconsin offers a number of paid and/or for-credit internship opportunities in various departments. Applications tend to be accepted on a semesterly basis, but are sometimes offered on a rolling basis. Questions? Ready to apply? Click the links below to find details on the positions and the hiring contacts.

Development & Events Internships

This intern will assist our Development Team with fundraising and membership activities. Responsibilities include managing donor cultivation and stewardship, working on brand visibility, and gaining experience and insight into other areas of non-profit experience like communications, event planning, public relations and grants.

Clinical Program for Law Students

Clean Wisconsin offers law students from any law school the opportunity to learn about and practice environmental law. Our clinical program is open to UW-Madison students as a semester-long for-credit externship or to students from any law school as a full-time volunteer summer internship.

Web & Digital Media Internship

This candidate will work with Clean Wisconsin communications team to edit, update, and maintain Clean Wisconsin’s website; design print and digital graphics. They will produce and edit short videos for social media, help with managing our social media profiles, and assist in writing and editing.

Social Media & Communications Internship

This candidate will work with Clean Wisconsin communications team to manage and update our social media platforms, write and edit print and digital materials, and assist with tracking and analyzing Clean Wisconsin press.

Science & Policy Internships

Clean Wisconsin has a number of science and policy internships available throughout the year for undergraduate and graduate students in engineering, environmental sciences, political/governmental, public health, or other related fields. Applicants should be able to demonstrate strong analytic and technical abilities, excellent writing skills, and an interest in and commitment to addressing environmental issues facing Wisconsin.