Jobs, Internships, and Volunteer Opportunities

Climate XChange offers a unique workplace for those who believe that market-based tools like carbon pricing can make a difference in the fight against climate change.

To address this problem we will need a new generation of leaders. Climate change is an urgent problem. This new generation of leaders will have to be passionate, nimble, and prepared to work in a fast moving ever-connected world.

Working at Climate XChange will provide you the opportunity to grow as a professional and believe in the work you are doing. We offer opportunities to young professionals, career experts, and those looking to volunteer their time.

Please see below for open positions.

Communications Fellow

Location:​ 131 Cambridge St., Boston, MA

Reports to:​ Communications Director

Compensation: $15/hr

Duration: Approximately 12 weeks at 40 hours/week

Start Date:​ After 6/3/19*

End Date: Approximately 10-12 weeks after start depending on # of hours worked per week

*Exact dates are flexible.

**Applicants must be eligible for MassCEC internship program

Responsibilities:

Climate XChange provides research, education, and advocacy tools to enhance climate resilience within local business communities and to promote carbon pricing and bold leadership on climate change. To achieve this, we conduct research, draft policy, write articles, and record a podcast. We believe that communicating the impacts of climate change as well as necessary adaptation and mitigation efforts takes creativity and passion.

The Communications Fellow is responsible for managing social media and assisting with traditional media functions and website maintenance for Climate XChange and our Business Association, CABA. Management of social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram, should be data-driven in order to strategically build an audience. Creativity and new ideas are highly encouraged.

You will work closely with our Communications Director to assist with website work and traditional media projects, such as writing press releases and articles for publication, ghost-writing emails and story pitches to reporters and editors, drafting our weekly newsletter, and calling media outlets on the phone.

Deliverables of the fellowship include independently carrying out an entire social media campaign, as well as writing articles for our website.

Qualifications:

  • Strong writing skills
  • Experience posting from organizational social media accounts
  • Creative and proactive approach to work
  • Strong communication skills, including in-person, on the phone, and over email
  • Able to work within a team
  • Exceptional time management skills and ability to accomplish daily tasks independently

Preferred skills:

  • WordPress experience
  • Graphic design
  • Video editing/filming

Application Instructions:

Please fill out the form to the right if you are interested in this position. If you have any issues please email agriffiths@climate-xchange.org.

State Carbon Pricing Network Communications Fellow

Location:​ 131 Cambridge St., Boston, MA

Reports to:​ Communications Director and SCPN Coordinator

Compensation: $15/hr

Duration: Approximately 12 weeks at 40 hours/week

Start Date:​ After 6/3/19*

End Date: Approximately 10-12 weeks after start depending on # of hours worked per week

*Exact dates are flexible.

**Applicants must be eligible for MassCEC internship program

Responsibilities:

Climate XChange provides research, education, and advocacy tools to enhance climate resilience within local businesses and communities and to promote carbon pricing and bold leadership on climate change. To achieve this, we conduct research, draft policy, write articles, and record a podcast. We believe that communicating the impacts of climate change as well as necessary adaptation and mitigation efforts takes creativity and passion.

The SCPN Communications Fellow is responsible for managing social media and assisting with traditional media functions and website maintenance for Climate XChange and our national carbon pricing campaign. Management of social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram, should be data-driven in order to strategically build an audience. Creativity and new ideas are highly encouraged.

You will work closely with our Communications Director and State Carbon Pricing Network Coordinator to assist with media projects and creative content for national climate policy efforts. Work will consist of but not be limited to writing press releases and articles for publication, ghost-writing emails and story pitches to reporters and editors, drafting our weekly newsletter, and coordinating information from national climate policy campaigns.

Deliverables of the fellowship include independently carrying out content coordination across multiple stakeholders in a diverse national campaign, as well as writing articles for our website.

Qualifications:

  • Strong writing skills
  • Experience posting from organizational social media accounts
  • Creative and proactive approach to work
  • Strong communication skills, including in-person, on the phone, and over email
  • Exceptional time management skills and ability to accomplish daily tasks independently
  • Understanding of climate policy
  • Basic understanding of legislative process

Preferred skills:

  • Journalism or advanced writing
  • Graphic design
  • Video editing/filming

Application Instructions:

Please fill out the form to the right if you are interested in this position. If you have any issues please email agriffiths@climate-xchange.org.

Join our Team!

Here at Climate XChange and Climate Action Business Association, we are thrilled at the prospect expanding our team. Please fill out the form below and we’ll contact you to coordinate an interview for one of our volunteer positions.

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