At Earth Economics, you'll find a collaborative team that is passionate about taking nature into account. We are excited about what we do, and we share a genuine enthusiasm for raising awareness of the value of natural capital.
We work hard, but we also take quality of life seriously, too. On any given work day, you might find us enjoying lunch club together, cultivating self-care in weekly office yoga sessions, or taking breaks with our lovable furry friends (yes, we're dog-friendly!).
Our office is located in the heart of Tacoma's Stadium District, with plenty of lunch or coffee options within walking distance and beautiful Wright Park just minutes away.
- 401k retirement plan with partial employer match
- Company-paid health insurance, including dental and vision
- Generous holiday and vacation package
- Mass transit allowance for local travel
Our internships offer the opportunity to gain practical, real world experience in ecological economics. Interns work directly with project leads to support a broad range of efforts, from research and GIS analysis to business support and communications.
We encourage both graduate and undergraduate students eligible for work-study to apply. All internships are unpaid, but we do grant positions to in-state financial aid work study recipients or in- or out-of-state (or country) volunteers.
Internship seekers may submit a cover letter, a current resume, a writing sample (i.e. a paper from school) and a letter of recommendation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"I wanted to thank you for your time, patience and gratitude for letting me get to work with each of you. I have learned so much from this experience; it was unforgettable and will play a critical part of my future success and ambitions."
– Luke Smith, 2015 Intern
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