GASP Seeks Five Volunteer Interns for Spring Semester
- Outreach Intern
- Climate Change Intern
- Environmental Justice Intern
- Community Science Intern
- Communications Intern
Description of Internships: Click on hyperlink in title above
Deadline to Apply: January 17, 2020
Compensation: Unpaid (course credit may be available through your school)
We hope to offer paid internships in the future. Please contact Michael Hansen at 205-701-4270 or [email protected] if you are interested in providing funding.
Dates of Internship: February 3 – May 15
Hours: 8-10 hours weekly. Intern will set their own schedule, including at least 4 hours per week at our office (2320 Highland Avenue S, Suite 270, Birmingham, AL 35205)
How to Apply: Send a resume and 1-page cover letter to [email protected]
Who Should Apply?
- High school and college students who are at least 16 years old and are seeking opportunities to fulfill service learning or community service requirements (Check with your educational institution to learn about receiving course credit for your internship.)
- Students who are seeking experience with a non-profit, health advocacy organization
- Anyone who is passionate about GASP’s mission and vision and seeks to better understand our work
The ideal candidates must have a strong commitment to GASP’s mission to advance healthy air and environmental justice in the Greater-Birmingham area through education, advocacy and collaboration.
If you are not able to commit to an internship this spring, but want to volunteer for GASP informally, please fill out the Volunteer Interest Form and a representative will be in contact with you promptly. Thank you!
GASP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to advance healthy air and environmental justice in the Greater-Birmingham area through education, advocacy and collaboration. We strive to reduce air pollution, to educate the public on the health risks associated with poor air quality and to encourage community leaders to serve as role models for clean air and clean energy development.
Kirsten has been with GASP from the very beginning as a founding board member, then as a part-time executive director, and now as outreach director. Kirsten hopes future generations will inherit a healthy Alabama where clean air and water are valued and protected. Email Kirsten