The Climatepedia Student Certificate Program is an internship designed to teach students how to become climate literate while gaining hands-on experience in climate communications and helping with our main project, the Tyndall Petition. The program can be completed in 12 weeks remotely from a computer. Students enrolled in a college in the United States are eligible to apply.
Responsibilities of Student Certificate Program interns:
- Read and watch 2-5 hours of Climate Literacy Training materials every week
- Topics include: Greenhouse Gases; Cryosphere, Water Cycle; Paleoclimatology; Climate Models; Environmental/Human Impacts International Climate Policy; Climate Solutions; Political Partisan History; and Climate Communications
- Earn points for completing Tyndall Petition Tasks
- Find information to create potential new signatory profiles for the Tyndall Petition
- Attend weekly hour-long Skype calls with a mentor and other trainees
- Discuss Climate Literacy Training materials and Tyndall Petition Tasks
Students must earn 500 points at the end of the program in order to receive a Climatepedia certificate.