Save Our Wild Salmon is currently hiring an Eastern Regional Representative in Washington, D.C. as well as a Nevada Salmon Recovery Organizer in Nevada.

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Welcome to the first Non-Profit Weekend on One Day, One Job. Every weekend we will shift our focus to career opportunities in the non-profit sector. Everybody needs to do something to make the world a better place, so we want to do our part by bringing attention to great entry-level jobs at charitable organizations.

Did you know that eating wild salmon is the best way to save wild salmon? It seems counterintuitive, but that’s the word that Save Our Wild Salmon is trying to spread. Their goal is to restore sustainable runs of Pacific salmon with a focus on the Columbia-Snake River Basin. Unfortunately, there is a lot more action needed to save our wild runs of King, Coho, and Sockeye Salmon and Steelhead than choosing to eat wild fish, but that’s the best way for an average Joe to make a difference. Want to do more? Why not take a job at Save Our Wild Salmon?

Why wild salmon? Because they are a national treasure on the brink of extinction. Not a good enough reason? What about economics? Sustainable wild salmon runs are important to a lot of people. If they’re important to you (or you just want to be able to eat more wild salmon in the future), then get involved.

Save Our Wild Salmon is currently hiring an Eastern Regional Representative in Washington, D.C. as well as a Nevada Salmon Recovery Organizer in (big surprise) Nevada. Both of these positions require some experience, but there is no good reason that a recent college graduate can’t be qualified with the proper background. There are also various internship and volunteer opportunities available, although they are not listed on the website.

For all positions, you can find out specific details on Save Our Wild Salmon’s Jobs Page. If you choose to apply, a cover letter and resume can be sent to jobs@wildsalmon.org. If you don’t apply, pay the extra few dollars a pound next time at the fish market for wild salmon (if they don’t have it, ask for it).

Note: On April 26th we revisited entry-level jobs at Save Our Wild Salmon.

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