Submissions for Fall 2020 internships are now closed. Please check back in the future for information about Winter/Spring 2021 opportunities.
The Years Project is a 501c(3) nonprofit, Emmy award-winning television and digital media company focused on educating and engaging audiences about climate change. In addition to creating short-form digital video and written content for social, we also produce premium long-form content for broadcast and streaming platforms.
Duties including, but not limited to:
- Gathering and synthesis of climate, environmental, and political news and research
- Participating in daily Writer’s Room
- Reporting, editing, writing for social media
- Writing blog posts
- Collaborating on scripts
- Monitoring and responding to comments on our social channels
- Monitoring trending content on social platforms
- Learning and working with data analytics for marketing and digital content
- Archival photo and video research.
- Assisting with graphic design for Instagram Stories.
The Years Project is, more than anything, a group of storytellers. And we know that every community has it’s own stories to tell–stories that are unique to their experience and point of view. That’s why it’s vital that we build a diverse workforce to help tell them. We strongly encourage applications across the spectrum of human experience and background. Come join us and help tell your story.
You must be an undergraduate student seeking a degree in Communications, Journalism, Radio/Television/Video/Film/Digital Media, or Climate/Environmental Studies. In addition, you must submit two writing samples with your application and must be eligible to receive college credit for this internship. This internship will be held fully online.
The Years Project is, more than anything, a group of storytellers. We know that every community has its own stories to tell–stories that are unique to its experience and point of view. That’s why it’s vital that we build a diverse workforce to help tell them. We strongly encourage applications across the spectrum of human experience and background. Come join us and help tell your story.Share This