Are you ready to learn valuable skills at an organization committed to climate action? Are you searching for an opportunity to learn and grow with a community of grassroots activists and organizers? If so, consider an internship with 350Vermont!


A 350Vermont internship is a way to take your ideas, skills, and leadership development to the next level! All of our internships offer opportunities to learn about different aspects of grassroots organizing and working for climate justice.

In each position, we are looking for someone with a commitment to and passion for climate justice and growing this movement. We seek self-starters with the passion, creativity, and drive to make things happen while working independently and in close coordination with a team. We try to match our internships with the knowledge and experience you bring to our work as well. Read more about our Fall, Spring, and Summer internships below!

If you are new to 350Vermont, read more about our mission and history here.

Spring Internships

Check back in the fall for more information about our spring internships!



People marching in the street at a Stop Line Three protest in Burlington by a fabric snake representing the pipeline

Stop Line Three protest, Burlington, VT September 2021. Photo by Jim Mendell


Summer Fellowships

We usually post about our Summer Fellowships in late winter/early spring. Please check back then!


Five people standing smiling at the camera in a park

350VT staff and summer fellows after getting gelato! Summer 2022

Fall Internships

Check back in the summer for more information about our spring internships!


“Working as a 350Vermont summer fellow was one of my best organizing experiences. It helped me build the confidence, skills, and experience needed to pursue a career dedicated to environmental justice. 350VT also supported me in building the information and community needed to begin organizing around transportation in Vermont. When I sent a proposal for low carbon accessible transportation I was unsure if others would also care about changing the car-based transportation system that I, as a young blind young person, struggle with in Vermont. 350Vt showed me others cared. From the incredible staff who taught me how to build community to all the people in and out of the 350VT network I connected with, this fellowship has filled me with hope, joy, and the passion to keep working on transportation.”

– Una Fonte, 2022 Summer Fellow

I am very grateful for my experience as a 350VT media and communications fellow this summer. The 350VT team has built an exceptionally supportive and welcoming community. The environment at 350VT made me unafraid to take risks and step out of my comfort zone. In that space, I was able to develop my skills in graphic design, creating compelling, climate-related messaging, and managing social media. The fellowship also gave me the autonomy to imagine and execute my own creative projects. As a fellow, I worked on interviewing and writing articles about 350VT volunteers and their involvement with the organization. Getting to know the inspiring team of volunteers reminded me of the urgency of the climate crisis, the different possibilities for getting involved, and the many reasons to stay hopeful. I know that their empowering stories will compel me to stay involved in the climate justice movement moving forward.”

– Claire Greenburger, 2022 Summer Fellow

“Working with 350VT was an amazing experience! I was able to learn more about local politics in Vermont in a way that I don’t think I could have on campus. I learned why building relationships should be the foundation of any organizing, as well as hard skills I’ll need in the future. I know that I want to continue organizing around climate justice in the future, which working with 350VT has made me sure of. The staff collective has done a wonderful job at putting my skills to use while teaching me others.”

– Mishka Banuri, 2021 Summer Fellow