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350 Boulder County (BoCo) Team Coordinator
Location: Applicants must reside in Boulder County (e.g. Boulder, Louisville, Lafayette, Superior, Longmont, Niwot) or directly surrounding area
Job Description: 350 Colorado is hiring a community organizer to aid in the growth and success of our 350 Boulder County (BoCo) Team and climate organizing in the Boulder area of Colorado. The 350 Boulder County organizer will recruit, train, and engage volunteers in climate action both at the local and statewide level.
350 Colorado does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, pregnancy, age, medical condition (cancer related or HIV/AIDS related), handicap, disability or any other protected status in accordance with the requirements of local, state, and/or federal law in the educational programs or activities that we operate and we are required by Title IX and 40 C.F.R. § 5.140 not to discriminate in such a manner. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and requirements listed above may be referred to our executive director Micah Parkin.
350 Colorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and values, promotes and seeks diversity in the workplace. Qualified candidates of all diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Are you or someone you know ready to learn valuable skills at an organization committed to climate action? Are you searching for an opportunity to learn and grow with a community of grassroots activists and organizers?
350 Colorado is currently looking for interns to further its mission of creating a climate movement in Colorado through grassroots advocacy. Our Spring 2022 internship program is currently full, but please feel free to apply for other internships below.
*We are currently accepting applications for 2022 Summer internships in the following programs: General, Movement Building, Defund Climate Disaster, Oil & Gas Campaigning, Regenerative Agriculture, Climate policy, and Communications and Marketing.
General Internship Program
350 Colorado seeks interns to further its mission of creating a climate movement in Colorado through grassroots advocacy. We seek self-starters with the passion, creativity, and drive to make things happen while working independently and in close coordination with a team. Interested applicants should be capable of working from home as this is a mostly remote position due to COVID-19. Interns will work closely with 350 Colorado staff and team leaders to recruit, retain and engage volunteers, as well as, have the opportunity to work on statewide and local campaigns. This unpaid position can range from 5-30 hours per week, with a minimum requirement of 100 hours up to a total of 200 hours. Description here. Please apply with a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Defund Climate Disaster Internship
350 CO is looking for an intern beginning in July (or later) to support our work defunding climate disaster, which includes promoting alternative banking solutions, supporting fossil fuel divestment initiatives underway, and contributing to mobilizations such as defunding Line 3 and targeting the Wall Street banks that finance billions of dollars of fossil fuel projects. Projects will include supporting municipal divestment campaigns, supporting the Colorado Public Banking Coalition, conducting research, and supporting education and outreach efforts. Time commitments will vary; Approximately 5 hours per week with a 3-6 month commitment preferred. For more information and to apply, Learn more and apply here.
Oil and Gas Campaigning
Help 350 CO fight the frack! This fight happens on a variety of levels including volunteer outreach and coordination, researching and monitoring local governments’ oil and gas regulations, advocating at the city, county, and state level for strictest regulations possible, and ultimately advocating for fracking bans. This position requires good organizational and communication skills as well as flexibility. We support communities through social media outreach, organizing events, developing talking points, and any other creative, collaborative ways. Tasks can vary on a weekly basis. Approximately 5 hours per week with a 3-6 month commitment preferred. Please apply with a resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Regenerative agriculture is about more than just sequestering carbon and meeting warming goals. It’s about restoring our soils, advocating for access to nutritious food and championing equitable food systems, supporting farmers, and bolstering the many co-benefits of regenerative farming practices, including farm and soil resiliency, increased biodiversity, reduced inputs, and more. As the intern for 350CO’s regenerative agriculture and local food committee, you will assist with webinar and event planning and outreach and education; be responsible for maintaining and updating our website and Facebook page; design flyers and other graphics as appropriate; research policy opportunities; create agendas for committee meetings; assist with stakeholder identification and engagement; and provide administrative support. Understanding of or interest in regenerative agriculture and local food systems strongly encouraged. Approximately five hours per week. To apply please send a cover letter and resume email firstname.lastname@example.org
Climate Policy Internship
350 Colorado seeks interns to assist its climate policy committee with research and volunteer coordination. 350 Colorado’s climate policy committee analyzes and develops policy positions on state-level laws, rules, and regulations currently under consideration as the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission implements our foundational climate legislation passed in 2019, HB19-1261. Our committee is comprised of multiple volunteer research ‘working groups,’ each focusing on a distinct climate policy area.
The climate policy intern will support this committee in developing organization-wide policy positions by:
- Researching state-level laws, rules, regulations to determine if policies are equitable, enforceable and aligned with emissions reduction pathways that limit warming to 1.5 °C
- Helping to coordinate several volunteer research ‘working groups’
More information and instructions for how to apply can be found here.
Communications & Marketing Internship
Communications and marketing are key to helping solve the global climate crisis, but are often overlooked! During this internship, you will learn how to use social media, writing, graphic design, and press to educate thousands of Coloradans on climate change and help them take action. This internship is perfect for a creative, self-motivated candidate that wants to learn how to create content, plan and manage communications campaigns, get coverage in the media, and perfect their public speaking skills. Learn more and apply here.
We hope to see you apply!