Chattahoochee Nature Center
- Chattahoochee Nature Center Marketing Intern– Responsible for assisting the team with the creation and design of various forms of print collateral, as well as CNC website coordination and social media. This internship is unpaid and requires a minimum of 10 hours per week.
- Visitor Services Associate– Assist nature center guests and members, conduct sales and reservations, handle daily administrative tasks. Non-exempt, part time hourly position.
- Canoe Guide– Work seasonally leading 2 1/2 hour canoe trips for adults and children. Responsible for education, safety, and answering questions for visitors while in CNC care. Seasonal, part time, non-exempt position.
- Butterfly Encounter Attendant– Maintain the butterflies and plants in the exhibit, and work to educate the public. Part time, non exempt, temporary position.
- Community Programs Coordinator– Responsible for the coordination of community programs at the CNC. Helps organize and plan community events, birthday parties, scout programs, early childhood programs and general public programs throughout the year. They will also assist with teaching school and community programs. Full time position, non-exempt position; flexibility in schedule, health insurance package and 401K within 6 months.
Southface: Building Know-How for a Sustainable Future
Residential Sustainability Services Associate Fellow– RSS Associate Fellows provide vital support to the Residential Sustainability Services Team on a wide range of programs, such as LEED for Homes, Southface Energy Rated Homes, Home Energy Improvement Program and EarthCraft. Some of the tasks include assisting with on-site field inspectors for existing and new construction residential buildings, including diagnostic testing and photographic documentation throughout the construction process, support residential program administration, which may include customer service, data entry, and documentation review, and other update the website and assist with marketing outreach. This position requires a 6 month commitment, Monday through Friday, 25-29 hours per week.
Conference Coordinator: Georgia Organics is seeking a full-time Conference Coordinator based in its Atlanta office. The Conference Coordinator plans and manages the annual conference as a core program of Georgia Organics and the seminal strategic event that connects the organization to its members and constituents. The Conference Coordinator works with the entire Georgia Organics staff to execute the conference and reports to the director of operations and the executive director. Applicants must have a bachelors degree with five or more years of experience in event management and logistics and must have proficiency with Microsoft Office, databases and registration systems.
Fox- National Geographic Partners
Design Assistant (Kid’s Print and Digital Magazine– The purpose of the Design Assistant is to help the design department with production infrastructure with a focus on quality-control and cost savings, particularly for Children’s Books. The assistant will assist in-house design teams by preparing release files for Children’s Publishing titles, correct and adjust all incoming and out-coming design files as needed, work closely with Children’s Books Production Editor to input corrections at key proofing stages, and other tasks. To be considered for this position, applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in graphic design, journalism, or other related fields, a minimum of 1-3 years experience in related field, and proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite. The position is in Washington DC.
ECO-Action: Environmental Community Action Inc.
Eco-Action is looking for support in the areas of
- Intern Supervisors and Mentors
- Science and Legal Matters
- Social Media (Facebook and blogging)
Contact their office at (404) 584-6499 or click here for more information on their positions.
White Ribbon Alliance
Communication Coordinator– This role is accountable for assisting with all aspects of implementing the strategic communication plan for key programmatic initiatives for White Ribbon Alliance (WRA) with an emphasis on digital engagement. They must assist in the development and implementation of strategic plans including digital engagement, global conference and other event participation, media outreach, and the communication across and with WRA’s 13 National Alliances, among other duties. Applicants This position is in Washington DC.
Reduce by Base Brands
Summer Intern– This is an eight week internship starts on Monday June 6th. Interns will earn a $1,600 stipend and class credit if applicable. Requirements for this task are to support social media content development and execution (i.e., photos, video, posts), organize product inventory, manage product shipments to customers, support customer service engagement (via email, phone, and online), download and interpret weekly sales reports, among other tasks. This position is open to college students and recent college graduates living in the metro Atlanta area for the summer. Individuals must work in the Midtown office at least three days per week.
Assistant Account Executive for Social Change– Ogilvy Washington is seeking entry-level communications professionals to join their award winning Social Change practice in Washington DC. As a member of their Social Change process, you will work with a group of community engagement and risk communication/ social marketing professionals responsible for managing and assisting integrated marketing communications for keystone Federal hazard mitigation initiatives. Daily tasks include supporting the account team with daily client activities, overall budget and project tracking, and invoicing, along with other tasks. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, public relations, or related fields, up to one year of public relations or communication experience, and experience in the Microsoft suite. This position is in Washington DC.
Live Out: The Outdoor Social Network
Writing Internship– This internship is seeking writers to contribute to the Live Out Blog. This position is unpaid, but offers exceptional resume building experience and networking opportunities. The intern must conduct research on the best places to go in the US for outdoor recreation, report on current events and trending stories, write press release, product reviews, and conduct athlete interviews, and work with the editor and blog manager to facilitate the publishing process. Can work remotely.
National Geographic Magazine
- Social Media Manager– Manage NGP social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, lead development and execution of social media campaign surrounding key NGC series, shows and specials, etc. Bachelor’s Degree required.
- Social Media Producer– Handle day-to-day operations for social media accounts, help execute social media campaigns, including ideation, planning/ writing posts, community management, moderation, working with other internal divisions, external agencies, etc. Bachelor’s degree required.
- Associate Producer, Adventure– Report and edit daily/weekly/monthly stories on issues of outdoor adventure, produce smart, intelligent content that connects with both a niche adventure and global audience, engage presentations of daily storytelling, etc. At least 3-5 years of experience writing digital stories, especially about outdoor adventure and conservation issues required.
Internships with Greenpeace allow you to work on a daily basis with experienced environmental activists, participate in campaigns, research, media relations, and more. All interns based based in Washington, DC or San Francisco get to participate in full day group orientations to the organization at the start of the semester. Internships are unpaid and interns are responsible for covering their own housing. The Summer 2016 Semester is from June 6th to August 21st and applications are available from February 22 to April 8. More information can be found here.
The Atlanta Beltline Partnership is looking for an Intern/Fellow for this summer and into the fall if possible. Pays about $400 a week. Duties include answering phones, assisting with tours and merchandising and assisting with special events. Email resume to Chuck Meadows, Executive Director of the Atlanta Beltline Partnership, at email@example.com. Use subject line: “Atlanta Beltline Internship”
- Atlanta Beltline Arboretum Landscape Fellowship- The fellow will be responsible for designing and implementing several “pocket” grassland areas, as well as performing maintenance and repairs on existing restored grassland areas. Duties include weed and invasive removal, irrigation, planting containerized grasses and wildflowers, height and aesthetic maintenance of trail shoulders, and other tasks as needed. This is a hands-on fellowship with the majority of work taking place outdoors. The ideal candidate will be able to work independently, will be comfortable working around insects and in hot/rainy weather, and will possess attention to detail.
- Start Date: Early to Mid May, 3 month commitment
- Apply by: March 31st
- Compensation: 8$/hr, 32hrs/wk.
- Email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Atlanta Beltline Prairie Management Intern: The majority of the summer work will involve assisting with weed and invasive control and monitoring over 10 acres of native grasses and forbs along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. Duties include weekly weed and invasive assessment, planning of weed pull projects, supervision of volunteers during maintenance projects, communicating with potential partners for maintenance projects, and assisting in other tasks as needed.
- Start Date: Early to Mid March, 3 month commitment
- Apply By: March 31, 2016
- Compensation: $1,500 stipend