CEC is currently recruiting interns for the fall semester to help with projects, gain experience, and develop professional competencies. Work in Communications & Marketing, Policy & Government Relations, Journalism, Digital Media, Event Coordination, Business, Education or design a custom program to fit your needs. Please email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] and visit CEC Houston for detailed job descriptions.
Ana Gonzalez just graduated from Texas Southern University with a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies. She will be entering the field of education in hopes of making a positive difference in her community. She is interested in continuing her education to pursue a Masters in Educational Administration. Ana is very passionate about helping students be successful.
In her free time, she volunteers at church, and a local animal shelter. Ana loves reading, traveling, trying new things, and photography. She hopes to travel the world one day. Ana loves spending a lot of time outdoors. Her favorite activities outdoors include running, riding bikes, and playing tennis.
This summer, Ana will aggregate, create and translate lessons for the HEREinHouston.org website, and help educators from CEC member organizations with programming.
Ana is working at the CEC as part of the prestigious Mickey Leland Environmental Internship Program, organized by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The goals of the programs are:
- To heighten the awareness and encourage the participation of minorities, women, and economically disadvantaged college/university students regarding environmental-related issues and policies.
- To develop a diversified work force within Texas’ environmental agencies and private corporations by promoting employment opportunities for students exploring future careers in environmental and related fields.
- To train and equip students as environmental professionals and future leaders.
She can be reached at [email protected]
Citizen’ Environmental Coalition seeks an intern to work as part of a team to support efforts to manage the Houston Green Film Series. The intern will manage a customized project based on the interest and experience. Typical tasks might include: write and edit communication materials for marketing monthly events, build relationships with community partners to solicit local films, attend and participate in community outreach events, select and screen films for both the Wild About Houston and Wild & Scenic film festivals, organize and manage a volunteer film selection committee, identify potential sponsors, develop sponsorship materials, & plan solicitation, and craft a compilation of local films to screen at venues across Houston.
The paid positions are full for the summer; contact Alicia at [email protected] to discuss volunteer options.