Energy Leadership Program Internship

Long-Term Project
Date and Location 01/01/2014 - 12/31/2014
Days of Work:
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Time(s) of Day:
Morning, Afternoon, Evening
840 Upper Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
Project Details
Project Category:
Internship (Unpaid)
Weekly Hours:
People Needed:
Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students
Project Description
The ELP is looking for new interns for the spring and summer semesters of 2014 to assist with the continued efforts of this campaign. Interns will assist with conducting community outreach services related to energy efficiency and the environment helping to cut carbon, create green jobs, stimulate the local economy, and support community members in becoming energy and environmental stewards. Interns will gain knowledge and experience in the field of energy, environment, public sector, and non-profit work. Overview: Type of position: Intern, compensation TBD Time Commitment: 8-10 hrs/week spring, 25-30 hrs/week summer Location: Binghamton, NY The Energy Leadership Program is aimed to provide energy and environmental education and cliental services to various parts of the community. Interns may service residential and commercial building owners as well as youth. Interns will be trained to provide such services through an understanding and adherence to appropriate policies and programs such as Green Jobs Green New York, 4-H, and local government initiatives. Interns will work be trained to apply a number of outreach strategies including educational presentations, client support, marketing, and information systems management.
Training Required:
Immunization Proof:
Application Needed:
Other Requirements

Intern Responsibilities Provide educational presentations to adults and youth of various backgrounds Provide quality community service support over phone, in person, and through e-mail Market local and statewide energy initiatives Assist with organizing public events and program development Create/edit marketing and educational materials Assist with program reporting and analysis through careful record keeping and data management on a number of information systems Requirements Undergraduate and graduate students may apply Students with a demonstrated interest in energy, environmental science, education, social marketing, community organizing, cliental service, graphic design, and non-profit sector work are encouraged to apply. Strong communication and organizational skills Ability to work as a part of a team Flexibility and a desire to apply and acquire new skills is a must Strong computer/troubleshooting skills are highly valued Experience with marketing and graphic design are desirable Application Process Interested applicants should send the following to : Resume Cover Letter Contact information of three professional or academic references Deadline for all applicants: open until filled *Applicants should be aware that the timeline for interview and hire has yet to be determined for these internship positions pending finalization of funding for the program. Such finalization will be made by the end of 2013.

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