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350 Colorado Internships

Business Climate Leaders Internship Program

​The mission of 350 Colorado (350CO) is to work locally to help build the global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis and transition to a sustainable future. 350 Colorado has established itself as the largest Colorado-based grassroots network focused on taking action to stop climate change.  We work to empower local communities with the tools and connections to create measurable change towards a sustainable future.

Position Reports to: Volunteer Coordinator, Executive Director & Campaign Coordinator

Location: Colorado, based in the Front Range

Application Deadline: rolling

Multiple Positions Available.

To apply, send a brief cover letter and a resume to Julia Williams, Feel free to add up to two pages of additional supplementary materials you think would add to your application.  In the cover letter, please specify your internship goals and why you’re committed to climate justice. Feel free to get in touch with any questions about the internships. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis, so apply today!


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Business Climate Leaders (BCL) is an Action Team of Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) working to engage, connect and empower companies to advocate for non-partisan climate solutions, most specifically The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act. BCL is entirely volunteer driven and one of the most effective advocates for corporate engagement on climate and carbon pricing.


Position Title: Business Climate Leaders Associate

Position Reports to: Randy Salim and Mark Menzer

Schedule/ Time Commitment: 5 hours/ week, September 1 - June 15 (or agreed upon dates)

Location: Virtual 

Payment: Stipend available based on financial need

Application Deadline: rolling

Criteria: We are looking for interns who meet the following criteria:

i) Students currently enrolled in high school/college/MBA programs

ii) Show a dedicated passion for environment/climate change

iii) Well-connected in their communities/campus

iv) Must be 18 years or older

Feel free to email to get connected with this internship.

The Butterfly Pavilion is located in Westminster, Colorado. It opened on July 1, 1995, and was the first stand-alone non-profit insect zoo in the United States. They offer a number of internships throughout the year that allow students to obtain real-world experience in the fields of entomology, horticulture, education, exhibit interpretation and more. Butterfly Pavilion internships are typically unpaid, part-time, and seasonal, requiring a commitment of 2 – 3 days per week for 3 – 5 months with the following application deadlines, unless otherwise specified:

Position Title(s):

Social Media & Videography Intern

Education & Interpretation Intern

Curatorial Zookeeper Intern ー Entomologist

Curatorial Zookeeper Intern ー Aquarist

Curatorial Zookeeper Intern ー Lepidoptera

Lead Zookeeper Intern

Horticulture Intern

Urban Prairies Project (UPP) Intern

Lepidopterist Intern at the Gardens on Spring Creek


Schedule/ Time Commitment: 2 – 3 days per week for 3 – 5 months

Location: dependent on internship position

Payment: unpaid

Application Deadlines: 

  • Spring Application ー Nov. 1

  • Summer Application ー April 1

  • Fall Application ー July 1


Interns will also complete an independent project and presentation at the end of their term. University credit for internships can be earned in most cases. Students interested in a Butterfly Pavilion internship are encouraged to check the academic internship requirements at their educational institution before applying.

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Butterfly Pavilion Internships

Environment America is a federation of state-based environmental advocacy organizations in the United States. The organization researches and advocates for environmental policies through lobbying, litigation, and the mobilization of public support.


As an intern, you’ll help us educate and engage citizens on the most critical environmental issues of our time. You’ll help us get our issues into the media, build coalitions, organize events and lobby decision-makers. You’ll learn how to analyze environmental problems, push for smart solutions, and build the public support it takes to win. You’ll work side-by-side with one of our advocates, learning the ropes. And you'll attend briefings and trainings to learn even more about environmental issues and gain organizing skills. Ultimately, you’ll help us build the kind of public support it takes to win.



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Environment America Internship

If you want to start an internship but are not sure where to start, reach out to us at and we can help you!

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