Environmental Advocacy internships (Remote)
Environment Massachusetts is accepting internship applications for this spring.
Who we are: Environment Massachusetts is a statewide advocacy non-profit working to tackle our biggest environmental challenges and fight for a greener future. In recent years, we’ve helped pass policies that have made Massachusetts a national leader for solar energy. To view some of our recent work, click here.
Position Overview: As an intern, you will play an essential role in getting Massachusetts committed to a sustainable future powered by 100% renewable energy like the sun and the wind. You’ll work hard and take on real responsibility as a key part of our team while also learning valuable skills in political advocacy and grassroots organizing. Examples of work include the following:
- Organizing press conferences to raise media attention around our work
- Writing Letters to the Editor and Op-Eds to local newspapers
- Building coalitions with other environmental advocates
- Meeting virtually with local and state officials to advocate for renewable energy
- Researching clean energy potential in Massachusetts
Who you are: You are an aspiring change maker who is looking for an opportunity to take action and make a difference. Whether your passion is politics, the environment, organizing, or somewhere in between, you will gain skills for a future career in activism.
Details: We have a limited number of internship positions available for this spring semester. Interns typically work 10-15 hours per week during the academic year. Due to the ongoing health and safety risks of the COVID-19 pandemic, all work will be done remotely. The position is unpaid and is eligible for college course credit.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The deadline to apply for a spring internship is Friday, January 29th.
Questions? Contact Peter Schneider at email@example.com.