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Career Opportunities

The Educated Choices Program is looking to add new key members to our team of passionate individuals who are dedicated to empowering the leaders of tomorrow. We welcome you to join us in our mission of educating for a better world.

 
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Database College Intern (remote)

Educated Choices Program Overview:

The Educated Choices Program (ECP) is a  501(c)3 academic program that educates teens and adults, both through in-classroom and digital presentations, about the impact of their food choices on their health, the environment, and animals. ECP’s digital programs are currently expanding, offering professionally narrated videos and additional learning materials to educators in college and middle/high school classrooms.

Purpose of the Program:

Assist in the creation of contact databases for outreach by our College and Digital Programs, nationally and internationally.

Community Needs that the Program Serves:

With the new digital platform, educational materials are able to be seen by students across the United States, Canada, and even globally! The contact databases built as part of this internship program will create opportunities for ECP’s educational content to reach new areas, including a focus on underserved or remote locations.

Position Tasks:

  1. Identify new opportunities for outreach throughout the United States, Canada, and international regions.

  2. Create contact databases through live Google Sheets files.

  3. Collaborate with and report directly to the assigned program’s Assistant Director.

  4. Participate in professional development sessions led by different departments of the organization.

Position Goals:

  • Goal 1: Advance knowledge of spreadsheets, databases, and contact maintenance through hands-on work

  • Goal 2: Opportunity to learn time management and team building skills in remote workplaces

  • Goal 3: Personal and professional development, particularly through monthly development sessions in a variety of nonprofit-related departments

  • Goal 4: Further development of the organization

Candidate Qualifications:

  • Interest in nonprofit, education, environment, animals or health-related issues

  • Currently enrolled in a college or university program in the United States

  • At least 10 hours per week of availability

  • 4-month commitment, with the possibility of extension

  • Operational computer with reliable internet

  • Basic understanding of spreadsheets

  • Ability to pass a background check

  • Legally authorized to work in the United States
     

Benefits:

  • All internship positions are paid $15 per hour

  • Position is completed remotely, with flexible work hours outside of scheduled meetings/development

  • Potential for future contract work with the organization

  • Recommendations and reference letters can be provided 

Professional Development Opportunities:

  • Regular meetings with Assistant Directors from multiple educational outreach programs

  • Lunch and Learn with organization’s Chief Executive Officer (remote session)

  • Nonprofit fundraising seminar with organization’s Development Director

  • Seminar on nonprofit boards and advisory operations with an Advisory Board member

  • Workshop on social media marketing with Digital Marketing Manager

 

To apply: please submit a resume and cover letter to humanresources@ecprogram.org

 
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Database High School Intern (remote)

Educated Choices Program Overview:

The Educated Choices Program (ECP) is a  501(c)3 academic program that educates teens and adults, both through in-classroom and digital presentations, about the impact of their food choices on their health, the environment, and animals. ECP’s digital programs are currently expanding, offering professionally narrated videos and additional learning materials to educators in college and middle/high school classrooms.

Purpose of the Program:

Assist in the creation of contact databases for outreach by our College and Digital Programs, nationally and internationally.

Community Needs that the Program Serves:

With the new digital platform, educational materials are able to be seen by students across the United States, Canada, and even globally! The contact databases built as part of this internship program will create opportunities for ECP’s educational content to reach new areas, including a focus on underserved or remote locations.

Position Tasks:

  1. Identify new opportunities for outreach throughout the United States, Canada, and international regions.

  2. Create contact databases through live Google Sheets files.

  3. Collaborate with and report directly to the assigned program’s Assistant Director.

  4. Participate in skill development sessions led by different departments of the organization.

 

Position Goals:

  • Goal 1: Advance knowledge of spreadsheets, databases, and contact maintenance through hands-on work

  • Goal 2: Opportunity to learn time management and team building skills in remote workplaces

  • Goal 3: Personal and professional development, particularly through monthly development sessions for a variety of nonprofit-related skills

  • Goal 4: Further development of the organization

 

Candidate Qualifications:

  • Interest in nonprofit, education, environment, animals or health-related issues

  • Currently enrolled in high school in the United States, ages 16 and up

  • At least 10 hours per week of availability

  • 4-month commitment, with the possibility of extension

  • Operational computer with reliable internet

  • Basic understanding of spreadsheets

  • Ability to pass a background check

  • Work permit and proof of age, if applicable per state guidelines

  • Legally authorized to work in the United States
     

Benefits:

  • All internship positions are paid $15 per hour

  • Position is completed remotely, with flexible hours between 6am and 10pm

  • Potential for future contract work with the organization

  • Recommendations and reference letters can be provided 

 

Skill Development Opportunities:

  • Regular meetings with Assistant Directors from multiple educational outreach programs

  • Skill building seminars in a variety of areas, including Google Suite, public speaking, and digital/media communications

 

To apply: please submit a resume and cover letter to humanresources@ecprogram.org

 

Equal Opportunity

The Educated Choices Program is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace. Our nondiscrimination policy applies to all stages of employment and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, familial status, disability, gender identity, pregnancy, genetic information, or any other legally protected status.