JOBS: Summer 2008 Marketing/Communications Internship

Strategic Sustainability Consulting (SSC) is a Washington, DC-based company that provides organizations with the tools and expertise needed to actively manage their social and environmental impacts. We specialize in helping under-resourced organizations implement sustainable solutions usually reserved for large, multinational companies. Please visit our website at www.sustainabilityconsulting.com for more information about our products and services.

We're looking for 2 marketing/communications interns to help on a variety of sustainability topics. If you believe you might be a good fit with our objectives (see below), please send your CV and a cover letter to denise@sustainabilityconsulting.com, indicating the position for which you'd like to be considered. We will accept inquiries through April 18, 2008, with initial interviews on a rolling basis. Please be prepared to provide two writing samples and a list of references. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.


We're looking for an enthusiastic, creative, and sensible Interns to assist with a range of communications projects. This is a position ideally suited to a graduate student (or mid-career changer) with a degree in communications, public relations, marketing, or related fields. Advanced undergraduate students are also encouraged to apply. Depending on skills and interests, intern projects may include:
- Assistance with media outreach and press relations

- Supporting the production and dissemination of SSC press materials, company statements and positions, and core messages
- Identification and development of news opportunities for positioning SSC
- Helping to retain business relationships
- Writing and editing reports and white papers

These internships are for 32 hours/week for June 16, 2008 - August 15, 2008, and will be local, DC-based. A small stipend will be offered, along with a performance-based bonus. In addition, we will offer job placement coaching. This is a great opportunity for individuals with an interest in getting into the sustainability consulting field, but who can't make a full-time commitment.