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Strategic Communications: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions and Electric Vehicle Deployment

Maryland League of Conservation Voters (MDLCV) and Maryland League of Conservation Voters-Education Fund (MDLCVEF) have released a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking experienced professionals to craft and execute strategic communications campaigns. The goal is to bolster the adoption of electric vehicles in Maryland, including electric school buses, and to reinforce our response to Maryland’s Climate Pathway Report. This initiative is pivotal in Maryland’s journey to meet ambitious greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. Successful applicants will conceptualize compelling messages, craft unique imagery, produce engaging videos, and manage both social media and media placements. The project, with a budget up to $45,000, is slated to commence on August 14 and wrap up by November 30, 2023. Interested parties can refer to our website for comprehensive details and submission guidelines.

Join our team in the fight against the climate crisis.

Together, we will keep Maryland moving forward on climate change and protecting our beautiful state.

We Value Our Employees
Employees are the foundation of the success of Maryland LCV. We are committed to attracting and retaining a talented team of staff who bring the rich mix of experiences, backgrounds, and areas of expertise that make it possible to achieve our mission of solving the climate crisis through political activism and advocacy.

Staff Benefits
Maryland LCV offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.

Our Commitment to Racial Justice and Equity
Climate change and other issues plaguing our planet are not just environmental issues that happen in a vacuum—they are about racism, inequality, and injustice that impact low-income communities and communities of color more than others in this country. Maryland LCV and its sister organization, Maryland LCV Education Fund, are committed to advancing racial justice and equity through our work, and improving the sense of inclusion within the organization. Read more>>>