Chesapeake Bay Trust (the Trust) is a private non-profit, state-chartered grant-making organization established by the Maryland General Assembly in 1985, dedicated to promoting public awareness and participation in the restoration and protection of the natural resources of Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay region. We currently administer $10-12 million via approximately 400 awardees per year from approximately 30-40 different unrestricted and restricted sources, including federal, state, local, corporate, private foundation funding partners, individual donors, Maryland’s Treasure the Chesapeake license plate program, and the Chesapeake and Endangered Species Tax Check-off. Grants we award range from as small as a few hundred dollars to as large as $200,000 for projects in the K-12 environmental education, on-the-ground restoration, restoration science, and community engagement realms. In the past decade, the Trust has increased its grant-making four-fold through new partnerships, with current annual grant-making of approximately $10 million.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust (Trust), a non-profit grant-making organization that promotes public participation in the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, seeks a development, marketing, and communications intern through the end of the 2021-2022 school year for approximately 8-10 hours per week. This position will support the Trust’s vital and growing body of work in development, marketing, and communications, taking on projects in marketing, event management, data entry, web and newsletter content creation, email list management, and social media. The role is an ideal launching point for an undergraduate or graduate student seeking a dynamic career in fundraising or marketing, particularly in the environmental sector.
The intern position will work a combination of remotely and in-person (with appropriate social distancing and face mask use), depending on the status of the COVID pandemic, logistics, location of the intern, and event schedules. At a minimum, the intern will be expected to support on-site events in person.
The intern will report to the Trust’s Director of Development for development and communications activities and to the Executive Director for marketing tasks. The intern will work closely with the rest of the staff to assure the organization’s mission, programs, and grants are properly communicated and promoted to the public.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust (the Trust), a non-profit organization that promotes public participation in the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, seeks a programmatic intern for the year for approximately 24 hours per week. This position will play an important role in assisting the Trust’s programmatic team with the administration of the Prince George’s County Rain Check Rebate Program and grant-related administrative tasks.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust seeks a strong Accountant to support the monthly accounting activities and year-end audit. The person in the position will be responsible for a number of activities including organization-wide accounting and audit support. The position reports to the Director of Finance and Administration and will work with the Trust’s current Senior Accountant, on a regular basis.