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There are no open full-time employment positions with EBC at this time.
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Fall / Spring Intern
The Environmental Business Council of New England is seeking an Intern in our Brookline office to assist with day-to-day administrative and clerical tasks. Undergraduate students, especially second and third year students, are encouraged to apply. Interns are expected to commit 10-12 hours of in-office time for the Fall academic semester. $12.50 hourly wage.
Intern responsibilities primarily entail office and administrative work, including data entry, database maintenance, and website maintenance. He/she may also be responsible for various business or nonprofit management projects, and gain valuable exposure to the environmental industry through offsite EBC programs, as well as to nonprofit operations in general. Apart from the intern’s in-office duties, there are multiple programs and events that the intern will be expected to assist in managing.
The job description is broad and applicants should be prepared to handle multiple tasks at once. The individual should be proactive, outgoing, and maintain a professional demeanor at all times. Applicants should be familiar with Microsoft Office. Applicants should have excellent communication skills and a stellar work ethic.
How to Apply
The Fall Internship position has been filled. To apply for EBC’s Spring (January – May 2019) Internship, send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com with subject line “Spring Internship”.