Internship & Involvement Opportunities
Whether you need to complete an internship for school credit, to gain skills in activism or nonprofit management, to make connections, or to boost your resume and secure references- a Columbus Veg Community (CVC) internship could be a perfect fit for you!
As an intern, you’ll work directly under the CVC Founder and Executive Director Kaylyn Rhoads to build activist skills that will benefit you as you move forward into your career either in animal protection or any other social movement.
Internships range in commitments from 7 weeks to 6 months, and 15 hours weekly to 40 hours weekly.
At the successful completion of each internship you will be given a certificate of completion, the option to have letters of recommendation and references, you’ll have hands-on experience in grassroots activism, and connections that could help you as you move forward.
Learn more Here!
The Columbus Veg Community (CVC) is an entirely volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The CVC's mission is to make veganism fun, friendly, and accessible to all people. We take a transitional approach to activism which is beautifully outlined in the Vegan Strategist lectures here, here, and here.
Involvement Opportunities include:
volunteering to make outreach events run smoothly such as: Paid-Per-Views, Vegan food sampling, Tabling at festivals & expos, Potlucks/Food Shares, Public Lectures and more!
Additional opportunities include:
creating family-friendly initiatives, creating literature content, helping high school cafeterias add more vegan options, fundraising, preparing for events, social media maintenance, website maintenance, writing press releases, and more!