Internship posted by: Climate Corps Bay Area
Posted on: January 11, 2013
If you are passionate about clean energy, climate change and overall sustainability, are committed to tackling these issues in your professional careers, and are looking for a way to translate that passion and commitment to real-world experience, Climate Corps Bay Area may be a great opportunity for you.
Our Mission is to:
As a Climate Corps Bay Area Member you will have the opportunity to put in 900 hours of service learning cutting edge, and valuable skills while helping Bay Area communities reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Benefits of participation include:
In 2010-11 CCBA:
For these mid year placements (from January - August 2013) 4 AmeriCorps Members will work with either nonprofits or local governments on greenhouse gas emissions reductions programs, including energy efficiency and renewable energy programs, waste conservation campaigns, and sustainability education and outreach. This program will bring AmeriCorps' well-established "service as a solution" model for community action to the arena of climate change management. During the 900 hour Term of Service Members spend approximately 3/4 of their time on program implementation and 1/4 of their time on volunteer coordination.
This is a part-year placement that encompasses 900 hours of service.
In exchange for their service, each Member receives the following benefits:
To become a Member you must fill out and submit our online application and include an attached resume. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until all placements are filled, but applicants are encouraged to submit the application as soon as possible in order to ensure the best chance of being placed in an agency that fits your needs and goals.Once the application is complete and has been reviewed, applicants who qualify will be contacted for an interview.If you are interested in applying or wish to learn more about becoming a CCBA AmeriCorp Member,
please visit our website:http://www.climatecorps-bayarea.org