State Climate Policy Network Spring Fellowship Application
Climate XChange (CXC) provides research, education, and advocacy tools to move the US towards a low-carbon economy. To achieve this, we conduct research, draft policy, author articles, and help leverage action confronting the climate crisis.

The State Climate Policy Network (SCPN) is a rapidly-growing project within the organization that includes more than 10,000 advocates and policymakers across the country who are pushing for effective and equitable climate policies in their states.. We help provide these individuals with the tools they need to advance their campaigns for strong and equitable climate policies.

Each semester, we hire State Climate Policy Network fellows to conduct research, provide media coverage, and bring new stakeholders into the conversation. Each fellow is assigned a US state and helps spearhead our research in that state.

Why Apply?

At Climate XChange, we pride ourselves on our robust fellowship program, which seeks to provide a unique professional opportunity to all fellows while empowering individuals to advance the work of climate action in a substantial way. In addition to the responsibilities listed below, we encourage fellows to proactively suggest new projects that advance CXC’s goals and create opportunities for their professional

Main responsibilities :
● Tracking state-level legislation across the country and helping to create an inventory of bills
● Conducting policy analysis for internal reports and website articles
● Writing articles and blog posts for the Climate XChange website and weekly newsletter that reaches an audience of 10,000
● Managing and writing Policy Roundups for assigned state
● Researching political landscapes in different regions and synthesizing the information for CXC’s audience
● Reaching out to key stakeholders and bringing them into the network ǀ 31 Saint James Avenue, Fl. 6, Boston MA 02116 ǀ 617.624.0919

Preferred Qualifications
● Excellent written and interpersonal communications skills
● Ability to work independently after initial guidance
● Flexible and able to tackle multiple assignments simultaneously
● Attention to detail applied to research and written assignments
More Information

Location : Remote
Reports to : Noa Dalzell, State Climate Policy Network Manager
Compensation : Unpaid Intern
Hours : Between 15-20 hours per week.
Dates : January 11th - April 30th
To Apply
Email your resume to the State Climate Policy Network Manager, Noa Dalzell ( Please include in the subject line: your full name followed by Climate XChange Fellowship Application.

Apply now if you want to:
● Improve your research, writing, and communication skills
● Become well-versed in carbon pricing and climate policy
● Engage in networking opportunities with government officials, sustainability
experts, academics, and others in the climate space
● Enjoy a flexible schedule
● Network with other students and professionals in this space ǀ 31 Saint James Avenue, Fl. 6, Boston MA 02116 ǀ 617.624.0919

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