Hiring: Space for Youth Coordinator
Student Energy is looking for a hard-working, organized and passionate Space for Youth Coordinator to join our global partnerships portfolio. This position offers skill-building opportunities in youth engagement and coaching, project coordination, research and strategic planning, partnerships and fundraising, and developmental evaluation.
Student Energy is looking to fill an exciting role with our next Space for Youth Coordinator! Please apply by April 11, 2021 at 11:59pm using the following form:
Student Energy is in an exciting period of growth as the organization is viewed as a global thought leader on youth engagement in climate and energy, and regularly engaged to provide expert advice and to collaborate on projects. Facing a high volume of opportunities to work with different organizations, Student Energy is strategic about which opportunities we pursue and is committed to delivering programs and partnerships in an exceptionally thoughtful and high-impact manner in line with the organization’s values and principles.
Space for Youth Overview
The aim of Student Energy’s Space for Youth program is to work with governments, companies, and other organizations to facilitate meaningful, equitable dialogue and collaboration between young people and decision-makers.
Our Space for Youth team works with a wide range of partners to keep young people’s voices at the forefront of the energy transition and ensure organizations are making tangible progress to work with young people as collaborators on needed solutions. Some ways that we do this:
- Mainstreaming meaningful youth engagement within organizations and institutions by creating youth advisory committees, youth research and challenge teams, and by delivering Partner Training.
- Implementing youth leadership and skill development through our capacity-building programs, enabling youth to lead solutions and pursue meaningful careers.
- Collaborating on climate and energy events, challenges, training, and awards that enable intergenerational collaboration and elevate the role of youth as leaders in climate and energy.