The role of an Environmental Project Coordinator involves planning, organizing, and overseeing various environmental projects and initiatives. This position requires a strong understanding of environmental principles and practices, as well as project management skills.
The duration of the internship can be from 3 to 12 months.
The trainee will learn to organise and write new activities for young people for programs with European funding on environmental topics (climate change, European Green deal, green jobs, air quality, etc.) She/he will also collaborate with other interns and communicate with international partners.
being involved in regular meetings of the organization and partners
support in the preparation of our regular projects
visibility and dissemination of projects and results - digital marketing, conferences, local workshops and events
training in non-formal education and creating activities by non-formal education on the topics related to ecology and environmental conservation
Knowledge, skills and competences to be acquired by the end of the traineeship (expected learning outcomes):
The trainee is expected to orient himself/herself more easily in the complex system of environmental issues. Besides, this mobility allows him/her to develop soft skills (communication, leadership, teamwork, responsibility, time management, problem-solving skills), knowledge (ecology, project management, strategic planning, entrepreneurship) and attitudes - become aware of socially relevant topics and strengthen values like solidarity, responsibility, activism etc. The trainee will present projects in public, she/he will be able to organise her/his own project with the support of programmes such as Erasmus+, European Solidarity Corps, and others. The experience will improve his/her employability and open further education opportunities. She/he will be able to deal with different topics in a multicultural environment. She/he will gain international experience and contacts.