Are you passionate about making special events come to life? Join the Grades of Green team as an Event Planning Intern and help Grades of Green bring our annual gala, Verte 2019, to life! Your responsibilities will include assisting with event planning logistics, auction coordination, donor acknowledgement, and more.
Check out the Event Planning Intern job description here. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis.
Grades of Green is on the lookout for a Data and Development intern in our Los Angeles office! The Data and Development Intern will provide assistance with data entry, data analysis, and data organization across multiple departments with a primary focus on program data. They will also assist with research in multiple areas, such as grants and schools involved in Grades of Green’s various programs.
If you are skilled at Excel (but want to learn more) and want to help Grades of Green inspire and empower kids around the globe to care for the environment, click the link for more details on how to apply: http://bit.ly/GOGintern
Are you passionate about working with kids, and caring for the earth? Join the Grades of Green team as a virtual/remote Fall 2018 College Mentor! Your responsibilities will include virtually supporting student Campaign Teams, facilitating virtual check-ins with student leaders, and more. We will be accepting applicants from across the United States. If you are eager to learn about the inner workings of a nonprofit, gain leadership skills, and help Grades of Green inspire and empower kids to care for the environment, check out our College Mentor Internship job description. You can also view our job posting on Indeed.com by clicking the following links:
Virtual/Remote Los Angeles College Mentor Internship
Virtual/Remote New York College Mentor Internship
Virtual/Remote Great Lakes region College Mentor Internship
Virtual/Remote Texas College Mentor Internship
Virtual/Remote Washington DC College Mentor Internship
We are accepting applicants across the country. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com no later than August 8, 2018.
Spending almost every summer in Mammoth Lakes, California since he was five years old is what made Josh love the environment and appreciate its beauty. Josh graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in June of 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies. Within the major, he chose to focus on philosophy and ethics and apply that to the environmental movement. This is what made Josh want to work with people to help humanity as a whole through environmental education and outreach. He knew that this internship with Grades of Green was the perfect fit for him and did not hesitate to apply. He hopes to use his skills and passion for photography to put power in pictures and use them to teach and inspire others to protect the environment and its elegance.
Are you passionate about working with kids, and caring for the earth? Join the Grades of Green team as a Winter 2018 intern! Your responsibilities will include assisting the team in facilitating Grades of Green’s eco-programs such as the Water Challenge, Trash Free Lunch Challenge and Youth Corps, as well as supporting logistics, research, and database management. Our fun and flexible internship program offers students course credit and the opportunity to work from our El Segundo, California or New York, New York based offices. If you are eager to learn about the inner workings of a nonprofit, gain leadership skills, and help Grades of Green inspire and empower kids to care for the environment, check out our Program Intern Job Description. You can also view our job posting on Indeed.com by clicking here for our El Segundo internship and clicking here for our New York internship.
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than December 15, 2017.
Grades of Green is thrilled to welcome our summer intern, Gunner! Check out his story below to learn about how his passions help Grades of Green carry out its mission to inspire and empower students to care for their environment.
Gunner is an intern at the Grades of Green’s LA office. He is on track to graduate from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in March of 2018 and will earn a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Earth Science with a concentration in Environmental Assessment. Throughout his educational career, he has gained knowledge in the complexities of Earth systems and understands how essential it is that humans protect the environment. After graduating from Cal Poly, he would like to work on developing sustainable technologies that would help preserve Earth’s Environmental systems. Gunner is eager to join the Grades of Green team and hopes he can help them empower youth to care the environment by supporting Grades of Green’s Youth Corps Eco-Leadership Program, Trash Free Lunch Challenge, and 40+ Eco-Activities.
Interested in volunteering or becoming an intern with Grades of Green? Email email@example.com for more information.
Grades of Green is proud to welcome two Spring interns, Anais and Arthella! Check out their stories below to learn about how their passions help Grades of Green carry out its mission to inspire and empower students to care for their environment.
Anaïs is an intern at the Grades of Green office in El Segundo. She is set to graduate from California State University, Long Beach, in May 2017. She will earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a minor in Geographic Information Science. During her educational path, she has been able to learn of and actively take part in the sustainability programs at Cal State Long Beach although her passion for the environment started from an early age. As a child, she learned to recycle, compost, garden, and to practice energy and water conservation. Values of sustainability were instilled at this young age and have guided her through her life. After graduating she would like to continue to explore environmental programs and pursue a Masters’ Degree focusing on Sustainable Urban Planning. She is passionate about creating positive influence in the world and is hoping to inspire this new generation of youth, as she was inspired, to live a more healthy and sustainable lifestyle.
Arthella is a Grades of Green intern where she works closely with the Senior Program Managers. She did not always have a love for the environment, but it all changed when she enrolled in an introduction to physical geography course. During the course, Arthella became interested in Earth’s systems and natural phenomena such as volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and hurricanes. Most importantly, she became aware of how human activities and interactions have greatly impacted the Earth. She became so passionate about the environment that she changed from a journalism major to a geography major. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Geography with an emphasis in Physical/Environmental Geography at the California State University, Long Beach. During the summer of 2016, Arthella volunteered as a mentor for the Filipino Migrant Center’s Sama Sama Youth Program where she worked with the youth in addressing social justice issues in the community. From being a mentor, she discovered how much she loves working with the youth and the community. Arthella is excited to be joining a team of passionate individuals who are empowering the youth to take action in protecting the environment.