WHO? 

You!
 

WHY?  CREATING CHANGE

To promote climate and conservation solutions in your community or region. As an intern, you will be representing the Alliance, whose mission is to connect and empower schools worldwide to lead the transformation to a sustainable future.  

 

WHAT?  THE JOB DESCRIPTION
 
  1. Blogging: on the GSA Student Blog about topics that inspire you
  2. Social Media: creating engaging and motivational posts via our SM outlets Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
  3. How-to guides: Lending your knowledge around environmental efforts you've executed in your school or community 
  4. Anything else? Pick a project that speaks to you and we will work with you to support it!

WHEN?  

Year-round! Join anytime!
 

WHERE?  GLOBALLY IN YOUR OWN COMMUNITY

Our interns represent all regions of the United States and many countries worldwide. There are no boundaries to the scope of an intern's outreach.
 

WHY?  IT'S YOUR PASSION

Take a stand. Continue to take action for what you believe. You are not alone. 

 

HOW?  To become a GSA Intern

Have a conversation with Kelly Harding our Intern Coordinator  Kelly@greenschoolsalliance.org

 

 


STUDENT INTERNS
 


CURRENT INTERNS
Ava Hedecker '20
Courtney Horner '20
Florence Kane '17-'20
Robyn Landes '20
Joseph O'Brien '20
Lena Wu '20

FORMER INTERNS
Angeli Mittal '16-'19
Amelia Pollard '18
Diki Dolma '18
Liam DelMain '18
Taylor Grove '15-'18
Tsering Choden '18
Emily Kuhn '17

 

Student Blogs

  • What is a 'Circular Economy'?
    What is a 'Circular Economy'?
    New GSA Student intern Haen Jennie Cho explores the concept of a 'Circular Economy' and why it's so important in the modern world.    more
  • Environmentalism, Sustainability, And Social Justice
    Environmentalism, Sustainability, And Social Justice
    Environmentalism, sustainability, and social justice are terms often used in relation to and connected with each other. In this post I talk about each of these terms and my relationship throughout my life with them. more
  • Be An Imperfect Environmentalist
    Be An Imperfect Environmentalist
    Previously, when I thought of a “perfect” environmentalist, I pictured someone who composts every day, leaves zero waste, bikes and walks everywhere, and has a minimalist closet of only thrifted clothes. But I realize now that just like everything else in life, achieving “perfection” is impossible. Even the ideal environmentalist I just described is not perfect. Read on to see why imperfections make better environmentalists.    more