In the United States, Oceana’s campaigns include reducing plastics pollution, stopping the expansion of dirty and dangerous offshore drilling, increasing transparency at sea, promoting responsible fishing practices, and helping to protect sharks, whales and other marine animals. The communications intern reports to Oceana’s senior director of communications and is a member of the U.S. communications team in Washington, D.C. The communications intern is responsible for researching campaign issues, drafting and editing campaign materials, pitching news stories, and tracking/summarizing media coverage for the U.S. campaigns. The position requires someone who is detail-oriented, team-oriented, organized, interested in conservation issues, and familiar with news organizations.

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