Time's Up! - Assistant to the Director Intern

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Time's Up

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Advocating for 0 emission vehicles and cleaner air

Time's Up! is a 27-year-old grassroots non-profit environmental organization located in New York City. Time's Up! organizes hundreds of educational workshops, events, and campaigns to promote environmental sustainability.

We are currently seeking an Assistant to the Director Intern. Applicants must be flexible, computer savy, and fluent in English, with excellent writing, proofreading, and organizational skills.The position involves working in several different locations in lower Manhattan and Brooklyn, assisting the director in a variety of activities, including setting up events, managing spaces, organizing committees and meetings, and communicating with other organizations and volunteers. Commitment is approximately 15-20 hours per week (flexible hours). Time's Up! has a unique structure in that it is operated 100% by volunteers and has an incredible track record of accomplishment. This is an excellent opportunity to learn how a grassroots organization can effect substantial change.

Please see our website at:

http://times-up.org/

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About Time's Up

Location:

99 S. 6th St., Brooklyn, New York, NY 11211, US

Mission Statement

TIME'S UP! educates people about the environmental impacts of everyday purchases. We focus on transportation issues in New York City and have been instrumental in involving cyclists and skaters in large, mobile actions.

Description

TIME'S UP! is a grassroots environmental group that has been working on environmental issues for 27 years. Educational outreach and direct action are the two most important aspects of TIME'S UP! We hold more than 100 free outdoor and indoor events each year. Our campaigns range from saving community gardens to promoting non-polluting transporation.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

99 S 6th StBrooklyn, NY 11211

(40.7119,-73.953)
 

SKILLS

  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Verbal / Written Communication
  • Event Planning / Management

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Native or equivalent English proficiency

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