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Policy Intern, Sustainability and Resilience

Description of Job
The intern will support League operations by conducting research, producing written materials, contacting other organizations and related activities, with a particular focus on environmental sustainability and resilience. The intern will report to the Civic Engagement Program Director and will dedicate most of their time to assisting the Solsmart program, which is aimed at encouraging local governments to make it easier for residents and businesses to use solar energy. Additional work areas may involve supporting other League programs or staff. Preferred work week is 20 hours, depending on intern availability.
Employment Information
This position pays $15.87/hour and will run from January 31 – June 30, 2022. The position is part-time, temporary, non-exempt, at-will, with no employee benefits. Much of the work will be done virtually, though in-person office time may be requested as the pandemic eases.
Skills and Qualifications:
At least two years of a four-year degree program completed, preferably in a field related to public policy; good writing, verbal skills, and social media skills. Knowledge and background in environmental science or policy is a plus.
To Apply:
Please send a résumé with cover letter to Keiva Hummel at or by mail to National Civic League, Attn: Keiva Hummel, 190 East 9th Ave. Suite 200, Denver, CO 80203. Deadline for applications is Monday, January 24, 2022 at 9am (Mountain Time). Please contact us with any questions.

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