CODEPINK is seeking a War is Not Green Intern who will work closely with CODEPINK Co-Directors and Co-Founders to support this campaign.
This a part-time unpaid internship. Interns seeking college credit and/or fulfilling a university internship requirement are welcome to apply.
- Unwavering passion for peace, defunding war, and funding the life-giving needs of our communities especially those most affected including Black, Indigenous, Brown, communities of color, poor and low income, the disabled, LGBTQ+
- Excellent & comprehensive written and verbal communication skills
- Knowledge of Climate justice and intersectional movements for justice
- Tech-savvy, proficient in handling Zoom meeting setup, and some website updates
Duties and Responsibilities
- Consistent communication with CODEPINK team members and coalition partners, attending coalition meetings
- Identify, solicit and acquire information about the intersection of climate justice and the peace movement and convert this information into resources/educational material for the website
- Build tools for engagement, especially on social media, for new communities to learn about the cost of military emissions to the planet
- Develop compelling narratives that respond to greenwashing the U.S. military
Preferred location: NYC or remote
Position type: unpaid internship
Deadline: ASAP. Applications accepted till the position is filled
- Please email a cover letter expressing an interest in the position and résumé to [email protected] mentioning “War is Not Green Campaign Intern” in the subject line.
CODEPINK is a women-led grassroots organization working to end U.S. wars and militarism, support peace and human rights initiatives, and redirect our tax dollars into healthcare, education, healthy jobs, and other life-affirming programs.
CODEPINK is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, gender, handicap, pregnancy, sexual orientation, or veteran status. We encourage applications from women, people of color, LGBTQ people, disabled people and other members of underrepresented groups.