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Internship

• Starts Jun 2

Intern, U.S. Climate Alliance

🚀 Off-cycle Internship
💻 Remote

AI generated summary

  • You need research, writing, and communication skills, as well as familiarity with climate policy and coalition building. Be flexible, collaborative, and committed to the mission. Fluency in English and ability to work under pressure are key.
  • You will support agenda development, prepare materials for meetings, research trends, track funding opportunities, and assist the U.S. Climate Alliance team.

Off-cycle Internship

Science

Description

  • The U.S. Climate Alliance Secretariat is seeking an intern ready to contribute to its research, policy development, peer-to-peer learning, and coordination work. The intern will respond to specific project-level needs such as tracking policy progress and implementation, drafting policy briefing papers, and providing general coordination and program support. This role is an opportunity to gain a comprehensive and in-depth and understanding of the types of policies and actions U.S. states are advancing to drive down GHG emissions across the economy. The intern will be expected to work as part of a broader team that includes Alliance staff, consultants, external partners, and member states. 
  • This is a paid opportunity from June 10, 2024, through September 3, 2024, and offers an hourly compensation rate of $17.50 per hour for individuals currently enrolled in or recently graduated from (within 8 months of graduation) an associate degree or bachelor’s degree program; and $20 per hour for individuals currently enrolled in a graduate program

Requirements

  • Applicants can be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program. We also welcome applications from individuals who have graduated within the last 8 months.
  • Strong research skills, ability to write and communicate clearly and concisely.
  • Demonstrated interest and experience in state climate policy and coalition building.
  • Experience, familiarity, or interest in federal climate policy.
  • Interest in innovative ways to communicate technically complex materials.
  • Be responsible, flexible, collaborative, hard‐working and committed to the mission of the U.S. Climate Alliance.
  • Fluent in English.
  • Ability to meet regular attendance/tardiness policy.
  • Ability to work under pressure and handle stress.

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Undergraduate

Area of Responsibilities

Science

Responsibilities

  • Agenda development and outreach support for Natural and Working Lands learning labs.
  • Working with team members to prepare materials that support major Alliance meetings and workshops.
  • Support the Alliance in IRA implementation by researching trends and challenges in state implementation and communicating it to partners.
  • Support in tracking federal funding opportunities and drafting weekly and quarterly newsletters to states.
  • Additional support tasks as needed.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

remote

Start date

Jun 2, 2024