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The Sierra Club Global Population and Environment Program's Campus Campaign is looking to support talented student leaders from January-June 2010 to implement campaigns that elevate population, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and sustainable development issues among youth audiences. By serving as a Global Population & Environment Program Fellow, you will have access to Sierra Club program resources and be supported by Global Population and Environment staff throughout the semester. We will cover all your tuition and travel expenses to attend our Fellows Retreat in Washington DC from February 19-21, 2010.

The application deadline for the fellowship is Tuesday, January 19, 2010, so apply today! Fill out the application here and send it to

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The Global Population and Environment Program is seeking a Conservation Organizer in Washington DC. The Conservation Organizer will help to carry out one or more of the program's initiatives; will assist in development of initiative plans; will participate in activities and services provided by the national program; and, will help to coordinate volunteer leaders, national, state and local conservation staff.

Click here for more information and to apply.

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