WHO?  Sc3 FELLOWS

This opportunity is available to students who have participated in the Alliance's Student Conservation Corps and Congress (Sc3).
 

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.  
 

HOW?  THE SELECTION PROCESS

Each year, Alliance Staff and GSA National Student Coordinators review applicants from that year's Sc3 and select students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership both in their schools and communities and at Sc3 to work with the Alliance and the global thought leaders who are part of the Sc3 family. 
 

WHAT?  THE JOB DESCRIPTION
  1. Plan two sustainability events during the year in your school or community. 
  2. Monthly Blog Post on the GSA Student Blog
  3. Monthly GSA Facebook Page Update
  4. Recruit at least two students to apply to Sc3 and encourage faculty at your school to nominate students. 
 
WHEN?  STARTS IN JULY

The position begins at the end of the Sc3 and lasts for a full year.  
 

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 Arlae Castellanos at Sc3 or email her at Acastellanos@greenschoolsalliance.org

 

 


STUDENT INTERNS
 

Youth Leadership
Paul Brown-Taylor – MD
Sophie Stern
Hannah Haynes
Katie Bremer

Blog Editors
Katie Bremer – NY
Stefano De Maria
Silas Swanson
Kevin Lopez
 
Web & Resource Management
Paul Brown-Taylor
Jessica Dagene
Matthew McChesney
Raye Myers
Angeli Mittal
 
Social Media
Sophia Stern – MD
Molly Burnett
Tyler Stotland
 
Newsletter
Jamie Grayson– NY
Truman Cunningham
Jacquelyn Nutter
Macallan Penberthy
Hannah Haynes – CT
 

 

Student Blogs

  • Farmers Markets Nourish More Than Just Your Taste Buds: Why You Should Shop Locally
    On the list of things I love, farmers markets are at the top. To me, they represent the intersection of the bygone era of simplicity and the modern age of communication. A farmers market’s old-timey yet timeless character provides us with two the things we want--and need--most: friends and food.   more
  • Coffee: The Drink We Depend On Is “Endangered”
    Did you ever think that a drink that appears so abundantly is actually at risk of becoming scarce? Coffee, a drink that many of us enjoy on a daily basis is threatened. Not only is coffee an easy method to boost energy, but it is also a large part of different cultures around the world, especially in Uganda. Although the dwindling supply of coffee trees could potentially negatively impact coffee-drinkers globally, it will hit the local Ugandan economy much harder.   more
  • Your 9-Step Guide To A Planet-Happy Thanksgiving
    Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude and reflection, but often, we are so swept up in details and obligations that we forget to take the time to appreciate everything our Earth has, literally, brought to the table. With these 9 steps, make this Thanksgiving your greenest yet.   more