Guidelines and Projects
Global Justice Ecology Project explores and exposes the intertwined root causes of social injustice, ecological destruction and economic domination with the aim of building bridges between social justice, environmental justice and ecological justice groups to strengthen their collective efforts. Within this framework, our programs focus on Indigenous Peoples' rights, protection of native forests and climate justice. We use the issue of climate change to demonstrate these interconnections.
By doing an internship with GJEP you will learn and work alongside a team of activists that have a radical – get to the roots of the problem analysis. GJEP has a wealth of experience in the climate justice movement and are part of an intricate network of journalists, reporters, media outlets, and like-minded organizations working on related issues in the environmental and social justice movement.
You will be offered guidance, support and feedback on your work and will have the opportunity to share your own thoughts and insights with us to further our cause.
The internship can be coordinated with the school’s practicum or internship programs to receive school credit.
The completion of an internship does not guarantee the intern a position as a paid staff person.
Media and Campaigns Internship Description
Responsibilities may include:
There is also the possibility of creating a self-designed project, specific to your studies and interests that would also be an asset to Global Justice Ecology Project and our campaigns. Ideas can be suggested to the Co-Directors and a strategy can be developed to move forward with your project.
Please fill out the application below and mail to Global Justice Ecology Project, PO Box 412, Hinesburg, VT 05461 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Internship" in the subject line.
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