The Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association is hiring two Program Associates to help with their Fisheries Reform Campaign and Sector Monitoring Program

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Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association

If you’ve been reading One Day, One Job for any amount of time, you probably know that I am a fanatical fly fisherman. Anything having to do with fishing catches my interests, so it should be no big surprise that I had to tell you about the Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association and their entry-level jobs. Most sport fishermen aren’t too fond of commercial fishing in general, but most fishermen also like to eat fish more often than they catch fish. The Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association is a non-profit organization for fishermen who are doing it right. They limit their catch through the use of less effective fishing techniques to ensure that they preserve the ecosystem and help to improve fish stocks. The members of this organization realize that without a healthy fishery, they won’t be able to feed their families (or our families), so they sacrifice short-term gain for long-term prosperity. The CCCHFA is not a traditional trade association but an environmental non-profit organization.

A Job to Get Hooked On

Most people think of Cape Cod as a place to spend a summer, but the entire Cape Cod economy was based on fishing not too long ago. There’s still a large population of fishermen who are making a living solely through fishing, but they continue to struggle with resource depletion that comes with overfishing and habitat destruction. That’s why the Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association is looking to hire two new grads as Program Associates (PDF) to help them with their Fisheries Reform Campaign and Sector Monitoring Program. They are currently hiring on a contract basis (paid hourly) through the end of 2008 with the possibility of full-time salaried employment starting in 2009. These are entry-level jobs for new college graduates who have a background in environmental science, natural resources management, fisheries, or other related fields. The CCCHFA is located in North Chatham, MA. You should apply by September 8th by sending a cover letter and resume to mel@ccchfa.org.

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One response to “Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association”

  1. Michael Wallace says:

    I have spent a couple summers in out of Nauset Bay fishing for blue fin. I’m currently a college student in California. If anyone is looking for a mate on a fishing rig for the summer please send me a message. I am hard working, willing to deal with bad weather and early hours and would like to do some more serious fishing.

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