We are currently looking for on-call contractors, or “Community Builders,” to assist our Outreach & Education team. We need extroverts who can staff our booth at street fairs and trade shows, facilitate special events, support workshop presenters in our classroom, and lead volunteer groups at our warehouse. The best candidate will have an easygoing and very outgoing personality, great time-management habits, and good record-keeping skills. Hours vary according to your availability and our needs, but our busiest seasons are weekends in April – June and September – November. Get more info or apply to be a Community Builder here.
Community Forklift offers internships over spring, summer, and fall terms depending on our staffing needs as well as applicants’ interests and skills. This is a great way for high school students, college students, or career-switchers to get an introduction to fields such as green business, sustainability, education and outreach, or administrative work. Please find some of our general guidelines below, and feel free to email Alex Winter at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any specific questions.
Hours per Week: At least two full days/week (16+ hours), but full-time internships also possible.
Work Environment: Both office work and outside work possible. Casual, family-friendly dress code and sturdy shoes required. Warehouse is not climate-controlled, but our offices are.
Compensation: Unpaid position.
Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to Alex Winter at email@example.com
Thank you for your interest in lifting up our communities!
Come get your hands dirty for a good cause! Volunteer at the Forklift for a few hours, a day, or even on a regular basis. Opportunities range from helping out at community events to cleaning and organizing donated items in the warehouse.
Just fill out our volunteer inquiry form here. Please give at least two weeks’ notice for us to arrange a project.