Satellite Conference Coordinator

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Satellite Conference Coordinator

Our Task is seeking volunteers to conduct and guide a new study of the future of the world - The Global 2100 Project.

The Global 2100 Study will be prepared by a team of thoughtful young adults from around the world supported by respected mentors from many disciplines. The Study will address matters of the global economy, resources, population and environment over the lifetime of a child born today. The Study will report on how the world's young adults would manage human affairs on Earth if they were in charge right now.

The vision of the project is to provide an opportunity for thoughtful young adults all over the world to:

  • Understand the current global situation and main challenges as well as the the global plans and international agreements to address those problems.

  • Carefully analyze the implications of the global plans and agreements for the life of the children born today;

  • Draft an alternative plan describing how young people would manage the Global Problems and Solutions if they were now leading; and

  • Engage in an extended, global, and civil intergenerational dialogue about actions and changes young people would like their parents’ and grandparents’ generations to support now, without delay.

Job description:

The Satellite Conference Coordinator could be an exciting and challenging position for someone who is well rounded in communications and PR and who wants to make a difference in the world. To learn more about the Earth 2100 Conferences and the Satellites Conferences go to

We are looking for someone who has the creativity and energy to promote and encourage Satellite Conferences around the world modeled on Our Task’s annual Earth 2100 Conference. To learn more about the Earth 2100 Conference and the Satellite Conference visit


  • Reach out to young adults and youth groups in all parts of the world and invite them to bring their friends together to organize an Earth 2100 Satellite Conference;

  • Work closely with the Conference Coordinator and the G2100 Mobilization Coordinator;

  • Track progress of the Satellite Conferences;

  • Collect reports and "Plan Bs" from the Satellite Conferences;

  • Visit local High Schools and inform students and teachers about the opportunities available through Satellite Conferences, the Earth 2100 Conference and the G2100 Project;

  • Be one of the public "faces" of the project.

Skills required:

  • Good organizer skills;

  • Energetic, friendly and outgoing;

  • Knowledge of global issues;

  • Good social media skills;

  • Ability to build productive and caring relationships with a wide range of people worldwide.

What will you have achieved by the end of this assignment:

  • A deep understanding of global issues;

  • Skills in outreach and coordination on a global scale;

  • Advanced skills in working with young adults;

  • Contacts with thoughtful young adult leaders all over the world;

  • Hands-on experience for your resume;

  • A letter of recommendation on request;

  • Name on the Global 2100 report;

  • Experience speaking about global issues (being a 'face of project’).


Ideally we would like to have someone who can commit for at least six hours per week for six months or longer.

This agreement is not intended to be a legally binding contract.


  • Event Design & Planning
  • People Skills
  • Community Outreach
  • Relationship Building

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Requirements & Commitment

  • Ideally, 4 hours a week for six months or longer
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