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Environmental Health Coalition is a San Diego/Tijuana non-profit social and environmental justice organization dedicated to empowering people, organizing communities and achieving justice for low-income communities of color. We are an effective, results-oriented organization with a passion for social change. We've been making a difference in the lives of the individuals, families and communities we serve for over 30 years. We expect all parts of our organization to share the commitment to our mission, environmental and social justice, and social change.

We appreciate your interest in working with Environmental Health Coalition. Descriptions of job openings and instructions how to apply are below. Please check back periodically for additional opportunities.

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EHC is seeking a part-time fund development intern to assist with individual giving and our annual fundraiser event. The position dates are November 28 – May 30, 2017 (flexible). Cick here for more information and how to apply.
 

The Transportation Justice Policy Advocate (PA) works within EHC’s Climate Justice Campaign to advance policies and projects that reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from transportation sources. The PA focuses on low income communities of color that are the most impacted by these sources and works with community leaders to identify key issues and community-driven solutions. With community leaders and other non-profits, the PA conducts policy advocacy to influence local governments and state regulatory and legislative bodies to reduce impacts in low-income communities of color in the San Diego region. Click here for more information and how to apply. 

The Toxic Free Neighborhoods Campaign Director focuses on low income communities of color that are the most impacted by air pollution, climate change, and discriminatory land use practices and works with community leaders to identify key issues and community-driven solutions. With community leaders and allied organizations, the Campaign Director conducts policy advocacy to influence local governments and state regulatory and legislative bodies to reduce impacts in low-income communities of color in the San Diego region. Click here for more information and how to apply.