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Job Posting: Director, Western Long Island Sound Program, Save the Sound

Started Feb 7, 2014 0 Replies

 To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume describing your interest and qualifications for this position by COB on Monday, March 10, 2014. You can submit your materials electronically to: Ms.…Continue

Tags: Environment, the, Sound, Save, Job

 

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Name of the Organization
Ct Fund for the Environment / Save the Sound
Contact Person
Lois Greene
Job Title
Development Associate
Contact phone
203-787-0646
E-mail
lgreene@ctenvironment.org
Website
http://ctenvironment.org/
Interest
Education
Description Interest
Environment

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Job Opening: Executive Assistant (Part-time), CT Fund for the Environment / Save the Sound

Posted on October 27, 2016 at 11:49am 0 Comments

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The Executive Assistant performs confidential functions for and reports to both the Save the Sound Executive Director and the Director of Individual Giving. This is an administrative position that supports major donor fundraising activities. This position plays an integral role in assuring efficient, high caliber customer service as a basic standard of the Connecticut Fund for the Environment and our Save the Sound Program. Through the effective execution of…

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Job opportunity - Climate Change and Environment Attorney

Posted on August 24, 2016 at 3:24pm 0 Comments

JOB POSTING:

CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENT ATTORNEY

Connecticut Fund for the Environment / Save the Sound

www.ctenvironment.orgwww.savethesound.org…

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Job Opportunity - Communications Coordinator, CT Fund for the Environment / Save the Sound

Posted on August 24, 2016 at 3:22pm 0 Comments

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR

Land, Energy, Climate, and Connecticut Water programs

At Connecticut Fund for the Environment and its program Save the Sound

 

Connecticut Fund for the Environment and its bi-state program Save the Sound is seeking a full-time Communications Coordinator to join its team of program staff, lawyers, and communications professionals.

 

CFE/Save the Sound is an environmental non-profit that works to protect…

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Job posting: Climate and Energy Attorney, Ct Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound

Posted on June 8, 2016 at 1:22pm 0 Comments

JOB POSTING:

CLIMATE AND ENERGY ATTORNEY

Connecticut Fund for the Environment / Save the Sound

www.ctenvironment.orgwww.savethesound.org…

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At 4:01pm on February 7, 2014, Lee Cruz said…

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The Justice League

We first published this story about the RVA League for Safer Streets and its co-founders, Jawad Abdu and Paul Taylor, in January. Sadly, Jawad Abdu died of a heart attack on July 13, 2019. We are reposting the article to commemorate Abdu's work and commitment to his community, which will be carried forward by his partners Taylor and Robert Morris.  In less than three years, the RVA League for Safer Streets, a basketball-plus-education program for young men from Richmond communities with high crime rates, has had an extraordinary peace-making impact in the lives of participants—and on the city at large. Its founders were informed by experience and insight wrought by decades behind bars, which is why the League is dedicated to keeping people out of prison, and helping those who are returning to become successful members of their communities. The article that follows contains audio quotes from the League's founders about pivotal experiences in their lives in and outside of prison.

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