Volunteer Work with NGO
General Internship Information
- Business Area: NGO
- Emplacement: Shanghai
- Duration: 2 months - 6 months
- Allowance: 0.00 CNY
- Other benefits:
- Reference: 1302
Interns will work for an internationally well-regarded organization in sustainability
The intern will work on educational curriculum that will be used across the nation. This position also exposes interns to the fast-paced Chinese work environment where you will learn to navigate challenges in a new work culture.
The intern will be able to use his/her superpowers where the program sees a fit. The skills that are most needed are:
•WIX web development, Apple computer system management, contact database management
•graphic design using Adobe Illustrator for use in creating curriculum materials, learning toys, cartoon characters and box design
•project management, event management
•video editing, photography, visual layout of publications
•writing Kindergarten stories, writing blogs, interviewing expert
•experience teaching kids ages 5-9 to be applied to ongoing development of the Food Heroes curricula
•applying gamification mechanisms to create a gamified reward system for kids, parents and teachers
•Native Chinese bilingual interns are needed to help translate English to native Chinese, write Chinese language blogs for parents, record Chinese language teacher training materials for website and video.•Previous internship experience (at least one previous internship is required)
At least one previous internship is required
The minimum term is two months for summer and three months for spring/fall.
Founded in 2007 with a mission ‘to accelerate the greening of China through international collaboration’. The focus of this company is on how China uses and manages energy, and it achieves the objectives of its programs by leveraging high profile corporate and government networks who share the vision of a green China. It has completed a number of successful projects such as introducing Smart Grid to China, accelerating the adoption of eco-cities, and creating green consumer media coverage in China.