March 10, 2006

Paid Internship at SolarOne in NYC

Posted in internships and jobs at 7:00 am by cuenv-main

Solar1, the first solar-powered “green energy, arts, and education center” in New York City has a paid internship:

Solar One is a non-profit Green Energy, Arts and Education Center located in Manhattan on the East River. Our fast-growing organization is dedicated to inspiring New Yorkers to become environmentally responsible urban residents through a variety of educational and arts programs. Our solar-powered facility (the only one of its kind in New York City) offers fantastic East River views and a one-of-a-kind work experience with a fun-loving and hard-working team. Solar One is seeking a Program Intern for May 2006 ­ September 2006. The intern will work 35 hours a week and must be available during evening and weekend hours to accommodate our summer events schedule. The internship pays $10/hour (plus school credit can be given if desired).


  • Tracking, overseeing and managing high school internship program/projects
  • Coordinating event volunteers
  • Assisting in event management


  • An interest in environmental issues
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Familiarity with standard office software and technology
  • Ability to work in close proximity to others
  • Preferably in second year of college or above

Email cover letter and resume (in PDF) to Jennifer Su.


1 Comment »

  1. Dariusz Ozimek said,

    Hello my name is Dariusz Ozimek and i am looking for a paid internship and I am a student at Murry Bergtraum High School, Do i qualify for the job? Thank You

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