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Strategy Analysis Remote Externship

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Strategy Analysis Remote Externship

Strategy Analysis Remote Externship

Why a Consulting Externship?

Develop transferable problem-solving and strategic thinking skills

Gain exposure through helping non-profits solve important problems

Receive a real-world opportunity to help affect change in a non-profit organization by leveraging insights, trends, and data

Learn from industry-leading consultants how they approach problem-solving and creating solutions

Participate virtually as this externship will be conducted remotely

Strategy Analysis Remote Externship
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In order to avoid potential disqualification, candidates should avoid reaching out to
Greenpeace USA
and apply only through this application. Paragon One is managing the selection and onboarding of applicants.
In order to avoid potential disqualification, candidates should avoid reaching out to
Greenpeace USA
and apply only through this application. Paragon One is managing the selection and onboarding of applicants.
Applications are now closed. If you would like to join the waitlist and receive an email when applications open, please join the waitlist above.

About the program:

  • Skills you'll develop: SEO, Keyword Research, Content Marketing
  • Now accepting applications
  • Applications are no longer accepted
  • 100% remote and flexible
  • Part-time (
    10
    hours/week for
    8
    weeks)
  • Running from (
    Early May until Early July
    )
  • Training included & mentor-led
  • Open to undergraduate students only
  • Open to undergraduate students and graduate students
  • Open to high school students, undergraduate students, and graduate students
  • Open to graduate students only
  • Unpaid
  • $
    0
    stipend

Program Overview

This experiential learning program has been designed by Paragon One in collaboration with Greenpeace USA to offer talented students an opportunity to develop and showcase their creative problem solving and critical thinking skills by working on real work projects. The Distributed Organizing Team (DOT) helps engage with supporters and volunteers across the country creating opportunities that allow volunteers to engage with Greenpeace campaigns, organize in their own communities, learn core skills, and build relationships that keep them involved in this work for the long haul. The DOT team uses a distributed model to build and support people's power and scale up to rise to the challenges we face. During the program, students will conduct a benchmarking exercise with national nonprofit organizations and campaigns as well as research the opinions of disability advocates activists in the space to provide the DOT team with suggestions to improve accessibility to website visitors and potential volunteers, and suggest next steps for larger fixes to become the gold standard.

What you'll do:

Through this externship, you will have the opportunity to work on real organizational challenges nonprofit organizations face by providing actionable insights and proposing thoughtful strategic solutions. This program will focus on Greenpeace, an independent global environmental campaigning network. You will conduct a detailed comparative analysis of national organizations and campaigns that have successfully catered to differently-abled people and developed unique accessibility solutions. During this externship, you will:

  • Familiarize yourself with terminology, concepts, and background involved in accessibility campaigns
  • Identify national and global organizations and campaigns from across the world that developed accessibility strategies to include and engage people with physical and cognitive disabilities.
  • Analyze volunteer-facing collateral such as websites, promotional materials, and their overall volunteer journey and experience to derive some best practices for accessibility in this space.
  • Create an understanding of strategies that can be implemented to improve accessibility throughout Greenpeace
  • Create and deliver a compelling presentation highlighting insights and best practices from your research and suggest improvements and next steps for improving accessibility concerning the website and the overall volunteer experience

Skills You'll Develop

Qualifications:

Skills you'll develop:

Qualifications:

Ambitious undergraduate and graduate students with a strong interest in non-profits, campaign strategy, and inclusivity and accessibility. This program is perfect for students who are interested in learning about promoting accessibility and how to use data to identify viable campaign strategies for a global organization.

Skills you'll develop:
If you are not a US Citizen/Permanent Resident and English is not your native language, you will be required to demonstrate evidence of your proficiency in English through TOEFL (minimum score: 118) or IELTS tests (minimum score: 9).
If you are a US citizen or permanent resident, or if English is your native language, or if your application is made through a sponsoring educational partner, you will be exempt from the English language testing requirement.
Applications are now closed. If you would like to join the waitlist and receive an email when applications open, please join the waitlist above.
In order to avoid potential disqualification, candidates should avoid reaching out to
Greenpeace USA
and apply only through this application. Paragon One is managing the selection and onboarding of applicants.
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Mission Statement

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Company(s) Description

Greenpeace is a global, independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future.

Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Partner Company(s) Description

Greenpeace is a global, independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future.

Ambitious undergraduate and graduate students with a strong interest in non-profits, campaign strategy, and inclusivity and accessibility. This program is perfect for students who are interested in learning about promoting accessibility and how to use data to identify viable campaign strategies for a global organization.

Skills you'll develop:
If you are not a US Citizen/Permanent Resident and English is not your native language, you will be required to demonstrate evidence of your proficiency in English through TOEFL (minimum score: 118) or IELTS tests (minimum score: 9).
If you are a US citizen or permanent resident, or if English is your native language, or if your application is made through a sponsoring educational partner, you will be exempt from the English language testing requirement.
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Greenpeace USA
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Government & International Relations - Public Policy
Government & International Relations - Public Policy

Greenpeace is a global, independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future.

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