Internships

GreenAllies provides internship positions for college students interested in working on sustainability initiatives.

group plansWith a mission“to empower and support students to innovate and lead environmental sustainability efforts”, GreenAllies wants to create internships that provide unique and exciting opportunities that make a difference.

Who Should Apply?
Motivated college students who are interested in working with a fast-growing nonprofit seeking to promote sustainability through student empowerment. If you love working for environmental preservation, willing to meet new people, enjoy networking and building relationships, and want to make a difference to local communities and regional school students, then you should consider applying.

Location
With some internship positions, most of the work will be done remotely. Outdoor Internships at: The Althouse Arboretum 1794 Gilbertsville Road Pottstown, PA

Time TBD:
Time can be negotiated based on the student request 10-15 Hours per week (Summer: May through August) or Options available during other times of year, contact GreenAllies

Internship Positions/Responsibilities: 
At the Althouse Arboretum:
  > Land Manager: Responsible for maintenance and development of our environmental education center trails, features, and public gardens. 
  > Education Assistant: Plan, design and run summer camps and other public environmental education programs

Remote Option:
  > Assistant Development Coordinator: Create and implement a development plan that details how GreenAllies identifies funding sources such as grants, in-kind donations, and marketing opportunities.
  > Digital Media and Design Coordinator: Use your design skills to create beautiful and easy-to-understand content for the GreenAllies programs
  > Communications Coordinator: Develop advertising strategies for GreenAllies programs, maintain connections with partners, donors and students, and work on media relations

How to Apply
Fill out this online form to apply to the internship program

IMPORTANT:
Please contact Ken Hamilton at GreenAllies for more information and questions.