The GREEN Program headquarters is in Philadelphia, PA, USA but our global team spans the world. We’re seeking eager, creative, and motivated candidates to join us in advancing higher education, sustainability, climate justice, and travel.
Join Our Mission
The GREEN Program (TGP) is an award-winning experiential education program focused on our world’s most pressing issues in sustainable development. We seek talented individuals who are motivated to help grow our mission to educate and empower future sustainability leaders through experiential education, responsible travel, and adventure.
As a minority and woman-owned socially driven business, we are strongly committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and seek applications from members of underrepresented groups, as well as candidates who share this commitment. Come as you are and apply today. We can’t wait to meet you!
Available Positions: Now Hiring!
2023 Campus Ambassadors (Volunteer, For-Credit, Remote)
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Thank you for your interest in becoming a TGP Campus Ambassador! You must be a TGP alum to be eligible to apply for this position.
Role: TGP Campus Ambassador
Remote, Part-time (5-10 hours/week); Create your own hours, Semester or 1-year basis.
Volunteer, For-credit internship, Opportunity to earn a FREE TGP program!
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
The positions are to be filled immediately starting January 2023 to May 2023.
Submit your resume and why you’re interested in becoming a TGP Ambassador to [email protected].
Subject Line: “Application: TGP Campus Ambassador”
The GREEN Program (TGP) is seeking motivated and sustainability-driven Campus Ambassadors in the U.S. and globally to join our team! TGP Ambassadors will gain access to professional development training opportunities while supporting the growth of TGP’s programs and mission at your university campus.
TGP Campus Ambassadors will be responsible for developing and executing a strategy to increase the reach and impact of The GREEN Program on campus while connecting with peers and making a local impact to increase sustainability education awareness. Ambassadors will report to and work closely with the core team members at The GREEN Program.
Successful TGP Ambassadors will be responsible for the following:
Developing an in-depth knowledge of TGP’s mission, programs, and course offerings
Sharing your TGP story and experience with peers, faculty, and staff on campus
Building a network of students and faculty on campus using offline and online strategies
Developing campus-specific outreach programs and campaigns to increase participation
Educating the college community about the benefits of global sustainability education
Organizing or attending 1-2 in-person events on campus related to sustainability
Conducting marketing and promotional activities using social media
Serving as the primary point of contact between TGP and your university’s student community
Connecting with students who are interested TGP and answering their questions
Liaising with TGP’s HQ team with weekly updates to discuss project reports and outcomes
Analyze key performance indicators for future improvements
Collecting feedback from students and faculty/staff to improve campus outreach efforts
WHAT IT TAKES:
Outgoing personality: You enjoy meeting new people and enjoy initiating conversations.
- Passionate about sustainability and TGP: You loved your TGP experience and believe that more students will benefit from attending this program and joining the TGP community
Strategic administrator: You like creating strategies for various purposes and working with a team to achieve goals.
Digital-savvy: You are the one who knows how to use the Internet to your advantage, like social media platforms.
- Accountable and results-driven: You’re always up for a challenge and eager to be a part of TGP’s team and mission.
WHAT TGP AMBASSADORS GAIN:
Real-world skill development: Build a portfolio of skills that impress prospective employers in a way that reflects on your commitment to sustainability and community development. Gain interpersonal, strategic planning, leadership, communication, and public speaking skills.
- Connect with your peers: Grow your network on campus with like-minded students and faculty. Develop and maintain relationships with new contacts and practice social, empathy, and good listening skills.
- Your next TGP Program, FREE! Ambassadors earn discounted or FREE TGP programs, on us. Refer 5 participants to TGP and earn 50% off your next sustainability adventure. When you reach your 10th referred participant, you earn a FREE TGP program (up to $4800 value)! Where are you headed next?
TGP celebrates diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. We are strongly committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and seek applications from members of underrepresented groups, as well as candidates who share this commitment.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The positions are to be filled immediately.
Submit your cover letter and resume to [email protected]
The GREEN Program (TGP) is seeking motivated and sustainability-driven Campus Ambassadors in the U.S. and globally to join our team!
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
We welcome students to our team for internships during the fall, summer, and spring. If you do not see a posting but are interested in interning with us, please email [email protected] with your resume and a letter of interest.
Where you’ve seen our work
The GREEN Program Blog
Meet Elizabeth Tofte – an Earth Sciences major at Penn State who experienced Iceland with the help of a TGP scholarship.
A New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology Student Learns About Renewable Energy & Sustainability by Exploring Iceland
Meet Jacques St. Onge – a Mechanical Engineering major at New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology (NMT) who experienced Iceland with the help of a TGP scholarship.
University of North Carolina – Wilmington Student Pushes Herself to New Limits while Studying Abroad in Peru
Meet Taylor Weddington – a graduate of University of North Carolina – Wilmington who experienced Peru with the help of a TGP scholarship.