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Company/Organization: Bridging Nations Foundation


Write content for the colleges course promotions, its conferences and other publications
Support current and previous College of Energy, Environment and Sustainability students and instructors in this field
Develop projects to contribute to the College of Energy, Environment and Sustainability teaching materials
Develop and foster strategic relationships, affiliation and partnerships with government entities, corporate entities and academic institutions in the energy, environmental, and sustainability fields
Conduct research and draft proposals for grants and funding to sustain College of Energy, Environment and Sustainability projects and curriculum goals
Support faculty in generation, formatting and presentation of course materials and core objectives with a focus on green construction and sustainable architecture topics and subjects
Design projects, including the development of a sustainable internet learning application
Internship includes other administrative tasks
Assignments are subject to change from day to day as needed
Visit http://www.cees-edu.org and http://www.bridgingnations.org


Understanding LEED certification
Completed degree or senior year or higher of significant classroom and practical experience in energy, environmental, and sustainability studies
Competative GPA of 3.5 or higher
Strong computer and organizational skills
Strong research and writing skills
Great personal initiative and independence
Significant understanding of Microsoft Office applications, Google Docs applications and standard social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, etc.
Graphic design and/or web design skills are highly desirable
Comfortable assisting with and assuming responsibility for routine office tasks
Start date and end date are flexible. Hours are approximately 20 to 40 hours per week.
Foreign students must have permission to work in the United States



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Additional Info:
The Bridging Nations Foundation is a nonprofit, policy organization based in Washington D.C. that promotes shared prosperity by focusing on bridging people and nations through technological innovation. Established in 2002, the foundation seeks to develop international dialogue through collaboration. We believe that technological innovation, particularly in green energy, will promote economic cooperation and secure the planet for future generations. Currently we are focused on the India-China Center, a foreign policy initiative that looks to improve business and economic relations between two of the largest countries in the world. Our second organization, the College of Energy, Environment & Sustainability, provides online course on green energy for students and working professionals. Located just several blocks away from the White House, the Bridging Nations interns have the opportunity to develop skills in social media and marketing while also networking with all the people and organizations in the nations capital.
Green  Architecture  Sustainability  Environment 
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1779 Massachusetts Ave, NW Suite 715
Washington, DC 20036

Phone: 202 518 1247
Email:  bridgingnationshr@gmail.com
Website:  Bridging Nations Foundation

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