Who we are
Remineralize the Earth (RTE) is a Northampton, MA-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization engaged in a variety of projects both domestically and internationally that promote the use of finely ground rock dust and sea-based minerals to restore soils. Through our education and outreach, projects, research, and advocacy, RTE facilitates a worldwide movement that brings together gardeners and farmers, scientists and policymakers, and the public to regenerate soils and forests around the world, increase the nutritional quality and yield of food, and stabilize the climate through carbon sequestration.
We work with local and virtual volunteers on a program management system called Basecamp. Our team is made up of federal work study students as well as graduate students, researchers, and other professionals.
Please take a look at our website: https://remineralize.org/
We work within a program management system as a team and you would be working with the project coordinator. The translations are of studies that have to do with agriculture, forestry, earth sciences and climate. Our database comprise translations of technical work (such as peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings) that generally use very scientific terms. We also have a glossary of terms that we use most often. Said so, applicants are not only expected to have fluency in Portuguese and English languages, but also to have some kind of experience in working with technical translation.
Come join us, and we will love working as a translation team by dedicating our precious time and skills.
When responding please include an attached resume in PDF or .doc form, along with how many hour per week you are able to volunteer. Thank you so much for considering volunteering with RTE!
Please contact Joanna Campe at email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you!
Who we are
Remineralize the Earth (RTE) is a Northampton, MA-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization engaged in a variety of projects both domestically and internationally that promote the use of finely ground rock dust and sea-based…