Updated: Jun 29
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) is thrilled to announce its 2023 summer internship program. CCAP will begin collecting applications in February through the end of April or until the positions are filled for three internship opportunities to support its programs in Climate Finance, Communications and Climate Change & Methane Mitigation.
Our internships offer a tremendous opportunity to participate in cutting-edge climate change policy work, focusing on a variety of climate areas, including carbon markets, finance, methane mitigation, waste management and more. Our interns gain exclusive hands-on experience in working with policy experts to support every step of CCAP’s ambitious climate action. Review the details of our internship program and view our current openings below. Click here to learn more about CCAP and our mission.
Duration: 8-12 Weeks
Start Date: Summer of 2023 (Either May or June)
End Date: August or September
Pay: $18-20/Hour (for the paid positions offered)
Status/Hours: Full-Time and Part-Time Options (Depending on the Position – Minimum of 30 hours/week for part-time roles)
For qualifying candidates, this position can count towards credits for a college course.
2023 Summer Internship Openings:
Climate Finance Intern – (Position Now Filled)
Communications Intern – (Position Now Filled)
Climate Change and Methane Mitigation Intern – Click here to learn more and apply!
For any questions regarding our Summer Internship Program, please contact us at email@example.com (please do not send applications to this address). CCAP will not sponsor applicants. However, CCAP is open to take applications from applicants working remotely outside of the U.S.
CCAP’s mission is to support every step of climate action, from ambition to implementation. A recognized world leader in climate policy and action, CCAP creates innovative, replicable climate solutions, strengthens capacities, and promotes best practices across the local, national, and international levels to accelerate the transition to a net-zero, climate resilient future. CCAP was founded in 1985 and is based in Washington, DC.