Apply for a Summer Internship with Low Carbon South West!

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Are you a UWE undergraduate with a passion for sustainability? we are looking for three interns to work with us as we undertake an exciting new programme of activities coinciding with the opening of the Future Economy Centre. Applications are open now!

We are looking for three interns to work with us as we undertake a new exciting
programme of activities that will coincide with the launch of the Future Economy
Centre – Bristol’s Environmental Innovation Hub in the heart of the city!

You will gain valuable experience working in the sustainability and business
development sectors for a small and ambitious community interest company.

The three roles available are:

Go Green Communications and Content Assistant

This internship involves working with the Go Green programme as well as its members and partners, to generate high quality content for the Go Green website and other promotional materials. The successful candidate will work independently, with support from the Events and Office Administrator, to improve and develop online content, as well as working to create new blog posts, resources and case studies across a variety of mediums to attract and stimulate a professional audience on the topic of sustainable business.

Low Carbon South West Events Assistant

This internship will be working across all Low Carbon South West initiatives – including Go Green – and will focus on the processes and practices involved in running effective and
enjoyable business events. Our events cover all aspects of improving and highlighting sustainability, from the circular economy to climate resilience. Combining elements of communications and PR, this role will give you the opportunity to gain skills in events management, marketing, project coordination and organising regional events.

Low Carbon South West Network Assistant

In this internship for Low Carbon South West you will be working across all functions of the network, helping develop and promote business sustainability in the South and West of England. This role will involve developing relationships with our members as well as research into new members and recent innovation in low carbon goods and services. You will engage in proactive contact with existing members to inform them of our initiatives and events as well as encourage them to become more involved in the network and its projects.

To find out more and to apply please use your student UWE details to log in to the UWE infohub here. 

Good Luck!

The Go Green team