By Cari Shimkus
The Earth Institute is looking for an intern to paintings with the Office of Academic and Research Programs, ordinarily assisting the Undergraduate Program in Sustainable Development (UPSD). The program, which includes a major and a unique concentration, teaches college students to address the fundamental issue of moving towards a trajectory of sustainability a good way to allow future generations to pursue development similarly in human properly-being without causing irreparable damage to the planet.
The intern will divide their time among software administration for UPSD and outreach and advertising for the Earth Institute’s graduate applications. Support will also be looked for for the Earth Institute’s professional improvement and alumni sports. The best candidate could have experience in communications, event coordination, and running in a noticeably expert surrounding on a numerous range of initiatives.
Responsibilities will include, however, will now not be restricted to updating and generating web content, contributing to social media strategy, making plans and staffing, drafting and modifying articles/profiles, updating program substances, handling big touch databases, and cold-calling for outreach for particular packages.
Applicants need to be extraordinarily inspired, detail orientated, and possess robust written and verbal communique skills.
Experience with social media, consisting of Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and MailChimp (optional), in addition to MS Office equipment such as Excel, Word, and PowerPoint, is needed. The best candidate will be personable, pro-lively, and capable of work in a fast-paced environment while ultimate prepared and specific. A sturdy interest within the environment and sustainable development are desired, however now not required.
Type of Student favored:
Graduate or undergraduate growing junior or senior. Students enrolled in or plan to claim the sustainable improvement most important/special awareness aren’t eligible to use.
$16/hour, 15-25 hours/week. Position to start as soon as feasible, with the option to retain part-time via the autumn.
Applicants need to publish a resume and cowl letter stating their interest and qualifications to Cari Shimkus cshimkus@ei.Columbia.Edu. Applications are being conventional on a rolling basis until May thirty first. Please placed “Summer Internship with UPSD” inside the situation line of the e-mail.
Only contemporary students of Columbia University and Barnard College are eligible to use. Declared college students within the sustainable development program aren’t eligible to apply.
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