NGO Sustainability, Inc. offers opportunities for interns and associates who want to be involved in global sustainable development, renewable energy, and women’s empowerment issues.
Experience, Connections, Learning
Throughout the course of the year, selective groups of bright, hard working college and graduate students volunteer their time to NGO Sustainability. They help running every aspect of the organization, from drafting reports on UN events to aiding meetings of our staff with top businesspeople and ambassadors in the world of sustainable development.
Interns and associates get intensive experience with the United Nations. They organize events and often attend relevant UN sessions with Roma Stibravy, President and Founder of NGO Sustainability, Inc.
Their work helps build connections while raising awareness and promoting sustainability. Their contributions are critical to meeting mission and using resources for direct service.
Post-graduate students and experienced professionals also join our team for special projects or as longer term advisors.
What Others Say About The Experience
“Board meetings and events at the United Nations allow me to meet with, discuss and learn from experts in all fields, including but not limited to the United Nations and private energy investment companies. My interest in sustainability–particularly renewable energy–increased significantly by interning.Through our work consulting other NGOs and private organizations I have learned how sustainability can not only be economically efficient, but also positively impact the world!” — Magdalena (Maggie) Garzynski; Candidate, Masters of Science in International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science ’12; B.A. Economics, Providence College ’10.
“Interning at NGO Sustainability has given me great insight into what running an NGO is like. I have gotten a first hand look at how civil society interacts with the business world and the world of international relations. This internship has expanded my knowledge of green energy and sustainable development in ways that I could never have foreseen.” — Asher Talerman, Middlebury College ’16
“The internship I did with NGO sustainability provided me with invaluable insight into both the social and economic implications of a green and sustainable environment. I hope that both this knowledge and the personal and inter-personal skills that I gained through this internship will allow me to help improve this generation’s outlook on development and environmental conservation.” —Alina Leuca, Hunter College ’16
“This internship has helped me expand my knowledge on the many alternatives to our current energy resources and has refined my understanding of the intricacies of sustainable development.” — Ayah Zaki, Columbia University ’15
For a brief job description and internship information, please see the document below:
If you would like to apply for an internship, please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org telling us why you would like to work with NGO Sustainability, Inc. and how you can help.
If you don’t have time to volunteer, you can also help by telling people you know who might be interested, or by donating to support the work the interns do.