The Sierra Club of Hawai‘i is recruiting skilled volunteers for crucial and rewarding work to protect our unique natural resources.
If you are interested, please sign up here or email us at hawaii.chapter[at]sierraclub.org.
NEWSLETTER CONTRIBUTORS & EDITORS
Our quarterly newsletter is our primary connection with members. It is also a volunteer-driven process. We are looking for writers, photographers, and editors to support this important project. If you have a blog about the environment, local politics, and anything in-between, our newsletter can help expand your readership.
- feature stories about Hawai‘i’s unique environment, both natural and political
- nature photographers
- Group Updates
- Outings schedules
These jobs require access to the internet, familiarity with programs like Google Docs and Dropbox, and approximately 6-10 hours of time per quarter. They also require good writing skills and a keen eye for detail.
Love to get outdoors? Enjoy helping others connect with Hawai‘i’s amazing natural resources? Want to learn more about our resources and join a dynamic community of outdoor advocates? Then the Outings Program is for you. We host hikes of all kinds — easy to hard, photography to bird-watching — as well as service trips to protect and enhance our imperiled natural resources. Outings are hosted statewide throughout the year. The schedule is up to you. The Sierra Club provides all the necessary training you need for safe, effective outdoor experiences.
It’s all about the data, right? And we got tons of it. But we need help keeping it organized and accurate. This job requires basic computer skills, a familiarity with programs like WORD and Excel, and a weekly commitment of about 4 hours at our office in downtown Honolulu. This is a great opportunity to meet interesting people and provide back-office support for Hawai‘i’s environmental movement.