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Volunteer Internship Advisor: We are looking for an Internship Advisor to help lead and manage our internship program. The Internship Advisor is responsible for managing all elements of the internship program, including overseeing the recruitment, onboarding, and offboarding processes. The Internship Advisor will work closely with our Executive Director, Intern Director, Management Fellows, and Human Resources team. The goal of this position is to ensure smooth transitions between internship cohorts, to devise and implement streamlined processes and procedures that aid in the daily management of the program, and help advise Management Fellows in the management of their teams.
SKILLS REQUIRED: The Internship Advisor should have excellent organizational skills and an ability to prioritize multiple projects. They should be able to work in a collaborative and dynamic environment, and be a big-picture thinker with an attention to detail. They must have strong communication skills and feel comfortable engaging with a seasoned board of directors, as well as inexperienced student interns, and anyone in between. The Internship Advisor should know when to step up and take a more directive role, and when to sit back and offer support and guidance, as they must work with people from many different backgrounds.
DESIRED EXPERIENCE: Experience in managing large teams or as an educator. Experience with program development and evaluation, particularly in response to feedback.
So we can get a better feel for who you are and why you think Seaside would be a great fit, could you do us a big favor and apply directly to our site? It is a very short application I promise! Your application will go DIRECTLY to me, Eric Magers, Seaside's Executive Director. We ask folks to apply since many don't realize this is a volunteer, un-paid mentorship, advisory position.
Applying usually clears that up, as we want to make sure this is a great fit for you and your life! Please visit our advisory website (https://www.seasidesustainability.org/advisors) for more information about each available position and to apply!
Seaside Sustainability’s Community Advisory Team members work directly with our Executive Director, Eric Magers, and work alongside Board members, Intern Directors, Management Fellows, other Community Advisors and a large cadre of interns organized in teams to further advance the organization’s goals.
Seaside Sustainability is a nationally recognized organization dedicated to community engagement, public education, and environmental conservation. We help by promoting public awareness about the importance of environmental health, providing resources to develop problem-solving skills, and engaging as part of a community to take action. We organize our works and initiatives around these areas: plastic mitigation, marine citizen science, sustainability education, and solar energy in the community. We need everyone’s voice in the fight for a sustainable planet and environmental equity.
If you’re looking to make an impact on working towards the goal of protecting our oceans and communities, we are looking for enthusiastic volunteers like you to join our impressive team. This is an opportunity to use your communication and leadership skills to create meaningful environmental change. These are unpaid volunteer positions and can be filled virtually from all over the world. We ask that our Advisors stay for a minimum of one year. Most Advisors engage in the opportunity for 6-10 hours however there is no maximum. Specific roles and responsibilities of Community Advisory Team Members vary by team.
Common Advisor duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Leading implementation of new management and organizational processes and procedures across the program
- Delegating tasks to appropriate team members
- Working closely with the Human Resources team to manage and oversee recruitment for future internship sessions
- Collecting and analyzing feedback from interns throughout the program to gauge satisfaction and success
- Ability to communicate with people from all walks of life
- Leadership skills
- Experience coordinating groups of people
- A strong desire to help facilitate a positive, hands-on internship experience
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About SEASIDE SUSTAINABILITY INC
127 Eastern Ave #236, Gloucester, MA 01930, US
Seaside Sustainability’s mission is to protect and restore our oceans by educating people of all ages about the critical issues that threaten our environment; promoting best practices for sustainability; and inspiring meaningful advocacy and hands-on action. Seaside works with schools, cities and towns, environmental groups, technology companies, and individuals. Together, we strive to ensure the healthy future of oceans, rivers, wetlands, and estuaries around the world.
Seaside Sustainability is a non-profit organization dedicated to ocean sustainability and education through action. We believe that the well-being of our environment, our communities, and our economies are inextricably linked.
Based in coastal Gloucester, Massachusetts, our initiatives include facilitating ocean-cleaning blue technologies; advocating for single-use plastics ban; mitigating invasive species; developing Green Scholars, an award winning education curriculum; and offering wide-ranging education programs.
Working with teams of volunteers and interns across the globe, we promote the mindsets and behaviors that will reduce harmful human impact on the planet.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
January 20, 2022
- Performance Management
- Customer Service
- Program Management
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- People 55+
- Most Advisors engage in the opportunity for 6-10 hours however there is no maximum.
- These are unpaid volunteer positions and can be filled virtually from all over the world. We ask that our Advisors stay for a minimum of one year.