- Exhibit High Integrity
- Keen Listening Skills
- Motivate Others
- Positive Mindset
- Enjoy working with teens
- Interested in closing the climate knowledge-to-action gap
If this is you… continue
We are seeking 6 coaches to facilitate 150 underserved high school students in groups of up to 25 students during our hybrid climate clinics. The clinics will be 1 hour once a week for over a period of 4 months (excluding Thanksgiving break and finals week).
Coaches must participate in 6 virtual asynchronous 1.5 hour training sessions from the week of September 19 through the week of October 16. Also, coaches must participate in weekly 1.0 hour virtual synchronous team check-in session.
1) Engage high school students to take action and accountability in the race to zero carbon at their local, county/town and state levels.
2) Address climate anxiety by engaging and empowering high school students to select carbon neutral options in their communities (schools – transportation, food waste and electrical energy).
Coaches prepare the high school student groups to develop a net zero carbon school – solar, EV transportation, food waste – then the high school students present their ideas and rationale to subject matter experts (SME) at the Sustainability Challenge 2023. SME will rank the student groups based on a rubric, then award prizes to student groups.
Climate Coaches Training Sessions
Six on demand asychronous 1.5 hour training sessions (minimum of two training sessions per week). Access to on demand sessions begins the week of September 19, 2022.
Climate Clinics (with high school students)
Coaches facilitate virtual synchronous clinics which begins the week of October 23, 2022 with their respective assigned high school students. In total, coaches facilitate eight weekly 60 minute virtual clinics with a group of up to 25 high school students (Week of 10/23, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/27, 12/4, 1/8, 1/15)
Coaches will be paid a stipend on October 14, 2022, December 9, 2022, and January 27, 2023. Coaches must complete all training sessions satisfactorily, meet with Climate Action leadership weekly, and facilitate all clinics (includes Sustainability Challenge). Contact email@example.com for more details.
Climate Coach Application:
Resume – upload PDF or Word document.
Writing Samples – provide two writing samples that reflect your writing style. Upload as a PDF or Word document.
References – provide two professional references (employer, teacher, coach, pastor). Upload as a PDF or Word document.
Strengths Test – complete the strengths test online. Select “continue with email," then forward the link with your results from the strengths test to the email below.
Upload resume, references, writing samples and results of the strengths test to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure that you add Climate “Coach_your name” in the subject line.
Non-disclosure, non-compete agreement
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