Not sure how to get your foot in the door and dive into your green career? It’s okay. Thanks to Google and other search engines, researching volunteer and internships have become a cinch.
Googling “Georgia teen internships” grants you access to a jazillion websites, blog posts, articles, books, seminars that give you the ends and outs on what internships are out there and how you can land one.
So, for those of us who want to go green AND work green, what’s out there? Where do you go when you care about the environment and want to get more involved? Maybe you already recycle but want to do more. Perhaps you want to educate the community and others about the natural resources around them.
There’s no better time to prepare for your future than right now. Internships are the best way to get a feel for the career you want to have in the future. They’re kinda like a road map for students who want to develop skills, gain experience or simply help out (in this case) with eco-friendly projects.
On large contact-gathering sites like Internships.com, it’s easy to find the green internships that are a great match for you. These sites allow you to narrow down the available green jobs by searching for specific locations, keywords, and other program details.
Want more options? Here’s a list of great sites where internships are only a click away:
Getting a jump-start on your future and gaining experience are all great incentives to getting an internship. But you know the best reason for interning and volunteering with an environmental organization is that it’s a big way to earn AirCreds. Taking a little time to research what’s out there and doing some forward thinking on where you see yourself working in the future can lead you straight to the perfect summer internship and to the top of the AirCreds leader board.