Posting Date: February 19, 2015
Application Deadline: Ongoing
Center for Resource Solutions is seeking a part-time volunteer for the Spring of 2015 to assist with various research and program-related activities for the Green-e Energy and Green-e Marketplace programs This position will run March through May 2015.
Green-e Energy offers certification and verification of renewable energy programs and products, and is North America's leading independent consumer protection program for the sale of renewable energy in the retail market.
Green-e Marketplace is a unique certification program that recognizes organizations using certified renewable energy and/or carbon offsets and enables them to demonstrate their environmental commitment through the use of the nationally recognized Green-e logo.
This is a great opportunity to gain practical renewable energy, climate change, and nonprofit office experience, and to be exposed to a variety of topics and organizations in the renewable energy sector. The volunteer should expect to split time among the following types of activities; others may be available based on the volunteer's interest and ability, and CRS's needs:
The ideal candidate will have excellent internet research skills, organizational skills, Microsoft Excel and Salesforce competency, and a passion for renewable energy. Knowledge of corporate social responsibility, climate change, renewable energy, and carbon offsets is a plus, as is experience with renewables outside of the US. Half time commitment for 3 months or equivalent is desired.
Application Deadline: Continuous recruitment
The Center for Resource Solutions is always looking for legal interns for Spring, Summer, and Fall of the current year. Internships during Summer months can be full time. During the school year, we would prefer at least 15 hours/week with preference for interns that would stay for multiple terms.
Prior legal interns have helped to draft letters to the California Air Resources Board and filings to the California Public Utilities Commission, attended regulatory proceedings and industry conferences, written internal memos on sustainable forestry and biomass, observed contract negotiations, helped to register trademarks, helped to index the organization's intellectual property, presented to the organization on intellectual property fundamentals, memos on copyright issues, and aided in the development of internal policies. Students with an interest in trademarks, contracts, renewable energy policy, consumer protection, and environmental policy are encouraged to apply.
Law students only.