Spring internship positions are based in 350VT’s Burlington office, although depending on transportation, some work can be done remotely. More hours may be required based on the needs of our campaigns and organization. These positions are unpaid, but we strongly encourage you to get school credit for these internships. If you are a UVM student with a work study award, we may be able to compensate you for fall and spring internships.
We’re now accepting applications for spring internships! Please contact Lily (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, but for best consideration please apply by 9 A.M. on November 16.
Important skills for interns to possess include: strong organizational skills and attention to detail, ability to work independently and self-direct, and strong communication skills. Enthusiasm to learn (new ideas, skills, software programs, etc.), commitment to work through challenges, and flexibility are also important qualities for a successful 350VT intern.
Mobilizing people to make change is what we are all about! We have multiple climate justice-related campaigns underway, and this spring, the mobilization intern will work with our Re)Generate New Solutions campaign and support our field organizer, Jaiel, in getting towns to pass resolutions and ordinances to build momentum for alternatives to fossil fuels! They will also help plan a statewide gathering of organizers after Town Meeting Day, and fossil fuel-free Vision to Action forums. The mobilization intern is integral to the process of organizing events, coordinating volunteers, and supporting all the things that go into running a campaign. This position averages about 15 hours per week.
Online organizing through social media, e-mails, and websites is a crucial part of 350Vermont’s strategy. The Online Organizing Intern will focus their work on building the efficacy of 350VT’s mass e-mails, website, and social media content. We’re looking for an intern who is passionate about using online tools to mobilize Vermonters for climate action! This position is ideal for work study (around 5 or 6 hours per week), but could also be a 10- to 15-hour-a-week internship.