Travel the country speaking to students, educating them about the global water crisis and equipping them with the tools they need to give clean water to the world!
A: We’ll be turning over the keys to the official Thirst Project Recreational Vehicle and hitting the road! During the Fall of 2015 and Spring of 2016, your mission will be to stop at universities and high schools all over the United States, informing our generation about the dangers of the water crisis. Don’t worry...we’ll be identifying locations and planning your route so you won’t be guessing where to go next.
A: We’ll be gathering entries from all over the country until our deadline of June 1, 2015. We’ll then gather a panel of non-profit and communications experts to review the entries. Once we’ve narrowed down our selection, we’ll contact finalists for a round of interviews via Skype and select our winners.
A: Yes, to effectively and efficiently spread our message we have to speak to students where they are which means visiting schools while they’re in session.
A: This is not a paid position, but it is an opportunity to get out and build your communications & interpersonal skills which add tremendous value to your resume. Plus you’re working for a cause that’s helping millions of people... which is it’s own kind of pay. That said, we will help the Road Warriors raise funds as well as provide some additional fund for food and other necessities, so you shouldn’t have many out of pocket expenses during your time on the road.
A: Maybe. Different colleges and universities have different rules for what internships meet their credit criteria. We believe that this is a robust opportunity to develop a number of skill sets and will provide you with any assistance you need to get credit for being a Road Warrior.
A: While you certainly will receive training and guidance during the course of your internship, you’ll spend a great deal of time working with administrators and students without direct oversight. We need amazing, self-starting, communicators that work well without a ton of supervision. We were careful to choose application elements that allow you future Warriors every opportunity to display those skills.
A: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org