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Social Media and Marketing Intern, ClimateStore (Boston, MA)

Interested in doing something about Climate Change? We are! We’re the ClimateStore and we believe Climate Change is the most pressing issue of our time.

We’re a for profit start-up with an environmental mission: to provide high quality products to people interested in mitigating human caused Climate Change through personal action. We get the link between fossil fuel energy use, GHG emissions, Climate Change and the urgent need to move to a clean, energy efficient, economy. We believe this is our stewardship moment.

Our mission is to make it fun and easy for people to reduce their carbon footprint. At the ClimateStore you can learn about the causes of Climate Change, keep informed about its impact, and find great ideas and products to reduce your energy use from fossil fuels.

We’re looking for talented people who share our passion for the natural world, think broadly about sustainable living and believe there is still time to act. We currently have an opening for a Social Media and Marketing Intern with experience with low carbon footprint/energy saving products to support the growth of our core product line.

Learn more/apply!

The Office of Sustainability is looking for a Communications Intern

*UPDATE: This position has been filled*

Come work with us! The Tufts Office of Sustainability is currently seeking a new communications intern, to begin in spring 2014. Tufts students eligible to apply. Find the job posting and apply through the Tufts job portal, JobX.

Communications Intern
Job ID 3785
Job Type On-Campus Jobs
Employer Office of Sustainbility
Job Category Editorial
Job Description The role of the Communications Intern is primarily to assist the Office of Sustainability Marketing team in implementing its marketing and outreach initiatives. Among the responsibilities of the intern are: – Produce content for the various communications channels (online and traditional) – Update the website, blog, Facebook, newsletter and Twitter feed – Assist in organizing events – Create and update materials such as brochures, newsletters, posters, flyers, signs, etc. – Design layouts for both print and online communications – Take and edit photographs as needed
Job Requirements Students with Work Study preferred. The Communications Intern should ideally possess the following characteristics: – Excellent organization and communication skills with the ability to work independently and/or within a team – Basic writing, editing and interviewing skills – Graphic design proficiency in Adobe Design Creative Suite, especially Adobe InDesign and Illustrator – Creativity and an eye for good design – Familiarity with online tools such as Mailchimp, WordPress, Facebook, Twitter and Thinwire (content management tool for websites) preferred, but not required – Basic HTML & CSS skills proficiency preferred, but not required Candidates who provide a portfolio of work/design samples will be given priority.
Available Openings 1
Hours 8.0 to 10.0 hours per week
Compensation $10.00/hour
Funding Source(s) On-Campus Non-Work-Study, On-Campus Work-Study
Time Frame Academic Year
Start Date Spring 2014
End Date

 

Transportation Planning Intern (Cambridge, MA)

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING INTERN – CITY OF CAMBRIDGE – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND TRANSPORTATION PLANNING, CAMBRIDGE, MA
The selected candidate will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks with a focus on the transportation planning in general, including the traffic calming program, bicycle/pedestrian studies, bicycle parking program, the Parking & Transportation Demand Management program and other projects as needed. In addition, the candidate will provide basic administrative support to these programs and other activities as needed in the division. To apply, please send a cover letter with a resume to: Bill Deignan, Environmental & Transportation Planning Division, Community Development Department, 344 Broadway,Cambridge, MA 02139, Email: wdeignan@cambridgema.gov

Internship, Congress for the New Urbanism (Boston)

CNU New England (CNUNE) is one of 15 regional Chapters of the national advocacy organization known as the Congress for the New Urbanism.

2 positions are available:

–CNUNE is seeking an energetic and motivated individual to help the Executive Committee fundraise an additional $15,000 for its annual operating budget. This is a tremendous opportunity to develop leadership and management skills, to learn about the non-profit sector and urban planning industry, to champion a worthwhile cause, and to connect with passionate and talented people from across disciplines! To apply for this position, please submit a resume and a statement of your interest in the position to Robin Bergstrom at bergstrom.robin@gmail.com . Please submit all information electronically. 15-20 hours per week.

–The Programming Intern would assist the Executive Committee in developing and implementing an event series for 2013-2014, managing (a) event logistics, and (b) event marketing, including development of graphic materials and collateral. The Intern would also assist the Executive Committee with (c) managing the Chapter’s online presence and social media accounts and (d) general administrative support for the Executive Committee where needed. To apply for this position, please submit a resume and a statement of your interest in the position to Robin Bergstrom at bergstrom.robin@gmail.com . Please submit all information electronically.

Mass Clean Energy Center Intern (MA)

MassCEC is now accepting applications for the fall session of the 2013 Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Internship Program. The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Opportunity Program is a workforce development initiative offered through the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC) that focuses on enhancing the talent pipeline for Massachusetts companies engaged in the clean energy industry. The program provides paid internship opportunities for college students and recent graduates at Massachusetts-based clean energy companies. For the fall session, MassCEC will provide Massachusetts-based clean energy companies with stipends of up to $12 per hour for up to 10 weeks for each full-time intern, with a cap of $2,400 per intern. For additional information, including application forms, please visit the Massachusetts Clean Energy Careers Training & Education Directory, where you’ll find the details and links posted on the homepage.

Various locations throughout Massachusetts are available.

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