Volunteer, Intern and School Community Service Opportunities
We are dedicated to protecting children’s health, clean air, clean water and nontoxic public lands. We contact city councils, school boards, state legislatures, and work collaboratively with other groups for positive changes.
Our volunteers select projects of interest. Our Action Plan and Mission Statement are located on our website. We offer free public workshops, events and activities for children, parents, teachers, communities and city staff. We create and provide free online educational resources and tutorials. We provide opportunities for youth to lead and participate in free events, hands-on STEM/STEAM activities and other academic programs.
CleanEarth4Kids is a non-profit organization and an equal opportunity employer. We do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or military status in any of our activities or operations. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment.
Volunteer, Internship Program and School Community Service Information
CleanEarth4Kids offers unpaid internships to provide experience in non-profit activities and opportunities to make a difference in the world. All are welcome to apply.
Students may receive academic credit/community service credits if an agreement is made between CleanEarth4Kids and the intern’s high school, college or university.
We are looking for people in every city across the globe to work together for children’s health, clean air, water and nontoxic public lands.
We need remote representatives for office work: phone calls, emails, research, and social media.
We offer a flexible schedule. Depending on your internship requirements, you may qualify for a remote position. Remote positions require phone, internet and computer access.
Education, law, science, public health, medical, communication, public relations and marketing majors are encouraged to apply.
opportunities for Volunteers, Interns and Community Service
Write letters and articles, make phone calls, design graphics and newsletters, write legislation, meet with press, organize events and promotions, get donations for our contests, find and write grants, create web/social media presence and market our initiatives and programs
Teachers and students to make posters, signs, write essays, poems, songs and newsletters and create presentations for our contests, create curriculum and educational programs and materials.
Design and deliver presentations, speak to groups, meet with teachers, administrators, school boards, staff, businesses, city council, volunteers, etc.
To Apply for volunteer, Internship or school community Service
Submit a signed and completed application. You may also submit a cover letter and resume.
Please email or mail completed application to:
Suzanne M. Hume - Director of Educational Programs and Outreach
517 Seagaze Dr Suite 660
Oceanside, CA 92054