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CONSCIOUS ALLIANCE INTERN DESCRIPTION

Location: Boulder, Colorado

Start Date: Late August

 Our internship program offers a unique and exciting opportunity to be involved in hunger relief from a non-profit perspective. In  addition to our local Boulder Colorado base, we have an outreach that extends nationwide. We expect our interns to be proactive, hard working, and passionate about the mission of our organization. Interns work closely with our staff and have the flexibility to work on aspects of Conscious Alliance that are most engaging to them, including social media, operations, marketing, and event planning. A significant part of our work also includes creativity that is fueled by the artists and musicians we work with, and we encourage our interns to contribute their own creativity to projects that they participate in.

Interns are essential to the growth and success of Conscious Alliance, so we appreciate your interest. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Generating the written content of Conscious Alliance including website text, blogs, news, and social network text.
  • Maintaining and growing online sources of revenue such as the poster store and eBay auctions. This includes fulfilling online orders and tracking inventory.
  • Managing the ‘Art That Feeds’ clothing line: ship items ordered online and keep inventory of the clothing that is in the office and on the road
  • Assisting us with the on-the-road aspects of CA, including travel arrangements, trucking, food bank coordination, and shipping. This includes offering logistical support for our road team.
  • Office management.
  • Coordination of volunteers at all events.

 Qualifications:

  • Interest in hunger relief and social development work
  • Available a minimum of 20 hours per week
  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Adaptability, work ethic, and a positive attitude

If you are interested in applying please fill out the contact form HERE. In the Additional Comments field please indicate Application Request.’ We appreciate your interest and support of Conscious Alliance!

 

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May 24, 2018

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March 19, 2018

We are thrilled to announce that the poster from this weekend’s Widespread Panic shows in Washington D.C. is now available through our online store! This amazing limited-edition print was created by Derek Perez of Peregon Creative and can be yours for a suggested donation of $30. Proceeds will benefit the Capital Area Food Bank. Pick yours […]

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March 16, 2018

Starting March 19th, we have joined forces with Railroad Earth to host a 10 day auction for a custom, Sibbz skateboard signed by the band. Proceeds from the auction benefit our non-profit partner, the Stronghold Society whose mission is to inspire confidence, creativity, hope, and ambition for the youth of Native American communities and non-Native […]

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March 07, 2018

Help us eradicate hunger in the U.S. by becoming a member of Conscious Alliance today! Meet Pine Ridge, South Dakota… Imagine living in a community of 30,000 people on a piece of land the size of Connecticut. But what makes this different is there is only one full-service grocery store for the entire area. For […]

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Delores’s giving and loving spirit shines through as she and her family welcome over 30,000 Electric Forest fans to camp on their land during the festival. For eight years, Delores has been a bright light and critical partner in our largest ‘Art at Feeds’ Food Drives, which are now known as the Roy Price Memorial […]

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