Who Are We Looking For?
We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work 15 hours a week for a minimum of 3 months on a diverse and challenging array of projects and initiatives. Our interns engage in focused learning experiences where they receive guidance and resources to apply knowledge and skills to their emerging professional lives. We are accepting applications for unpaid internships, with hours available any day of the week and practically any time of day: weekdays, weekends, and evenings included. We prefer to have our local interns work in person at the office in Rockport, but we also invite interns from all over the world to apply to work remotely as we greatly value a broad range of perspectives and ideas.
Seaside Sustainability has a history of hiring not only local, but also remote interns, which allows people from all over the world to work with us. We hire remote interns from across the United States, and internationally from countries such as China, the Philippines, Egypt, the Netherlands, Ecuador, and Mexico. We strive to create diverse teams and partnerships with local and remote interns on initiatives whenever possible. Collaboration is constant within the physical office as interns almost always team up to work on projects. Additionally, interns set their own work schedule, so collaboration between local and remote interns via phone calls, video chats, and other platforms is both possible and encouraged when schedules allow. This enables interns to learn more from each other's ideas as they come from a variety of backgrounds with different skills and interests.
INTERESTED IN JOINING OUR PASSIONATE & DEDICATED ENTREPRENEURIAL TEAM?
Julia is a rising sophomore studying business with a con contraptionsustainability and environmental issues, a pressing cause that she feels strongly about. She is excited about the opportunity to gain experience in the marketing field while supporting sustainability throughout local in marketing at UVA. She was drawn to Seaside for its dedication to communities, and making a positiver impact on her community.
Emily is a masters student at Pratt Institute in Art Therapy. At Seaside, she works on website Development, drain smART, and other public art projects. Emily was attracted to Seaside due to the organization's selflessness: each of the members strive toward the same goals for the well being of the environment.