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Youth Climate Action Team Newsletter Writing

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ORGANIZATION: Youth Climate Action Team

  • 4 people are interested

Join the Youth Climate Action Team's Press branch to get involved with writing for the bi-monthly newsletter of a non-profit organization! With flexible deadlines, creative freedom, and leadership opportunities, this is a great way to advocate for the protection of our Earth while expanding your writing skills. Writers will be assigned to either write a news piece (150-200 words) or a blurb encouraging the public to sign a petition (50-75 words), both surrounding an assigned theme. Your work as part of the newsletter will be sent out to all of our email subscribers and published on our official website!

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About Youth Climate Action Team


1854 Valleywood Rd, McLean, VA 22101, US

Mission Statement

Youth Climate Action Team Inc. (YCAT) bridges the gap between non-climate groups and the climate movement by fostering student and non-climate group involvement in intersectional climate action to consolidate efforts against the climate crisis.


We are an international youth-powered 501(c)(4) climate justice advocacy nonprofit organization that spans every inhabited continent and over 30 countries. We work with mainly students and organizations indirectly tied to the climate crisis-civic engagement, women empowerment, youth service groups, etc.-to expand the climate movement by bringing in new groups and offer accessible, diverse intersectional climate action opportunities.




We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.



  • Teens


  • Must be at least 12
  • Anything from just a couple hours a month to several hours a week, depending on how many pieces written! There are no mandatory zoom meetings or time-specific commitments for this opportunity.
  • Must be a teenager (12-19 years of age).

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