GreenInfo Jobs

Working at GreenInfo Network is fun and challenging, with constant new opportunities. You'll see our current recruiting status below - check back often, as this can change quickly. See below for volunteering information.

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GreenInfo Internship (Summer or Fall Terms)

The GreenInfo Internship Program aims to provide students, in the beginning of their academic journey, access and exposure to a career in GIS. We are offering this program to students from select Bay Area colleges and particularly encourage students who identify as BIPOC to apply.

The Internship Program will center around a self-led research project that interns develop with support from a staff mentor. The goal is to provide students with key learning benchmarks for their future careers, and each intern will produce a final product to start or enhance their GIS portfolio. We believe students will significantly benefit from immersing themselves in our core organizational strengths around delivering finished, usable, and beautiful GIS products. 

Intern Responsibilities

Interns are expected to work 12 weeks for 10-16 hours per week remotely. Interns are expected to adhere to a consistent weekly schedule and keep their calendars up-to-date. Interns must also use their own laptop for this work. Responsibilities are listed below:

  • Work directly with their mentor to establish project expectations and scope of work
  • Research for required geospatial data
  • Coordinate weekly status updates with their mentor
  • Design final map analysis and layout
  • Produce and conduct presentation to staff
  • Prepare final deliverable package
  • Complete all program work by the final day of the program

Allocation of Time

  • 60% - Data Gathering, Geospatial Data Analysis and Cartographic Production
  • 15% - Project Management
  • 10% - Adaptive Learning and Research
  • 10% - Documentation and Presentation
  • 5% - Office Meetings

Eligibility & Application Process

Interns must be current or recent Bay Area college students and must have taken at least one introductory GIS course. 

To apply:

Deadline to apply is March 21, 2021.

Summer start date is approximately May 17, 2021. 

Fall start date is approximately September 20, 2021.


Interns are paid at an hourly rate of $20.

We create, analyze, visualize and communicate information in the public interest.

GreenInfo Network is a non-profit organization that supports public interest groups in the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and related information technologies. 

Since our founding in 1996, GreenInfo Network has assisted over 1,000 public interest groups and agencies with mapping, data, analysis and other information technology projects. In addition to direct support of these groups, we also connect them into a network of relationships, fostering collaboration and sharing whenever possible. As a consulting organization, we work mostly on a fee for service basis. Our outstanding staff is highly responsive and dedicated to meeting our clients’ needs.

GreenInfo Network, in recognition of the responsibility to our employees and to the community in which we operate, reaffirms its equal employment opportunity policy of complying with all federal, state, and local equal employment opportunity/non-discrimination laws.

Volunteer Opportunities:

GreenInfo is able to accept only occasional volunteers - due to the nature of our work and the training required, volunteers must be able to commit to significant periods of time (in general, at least a day a week for two months or more is needed). Volunteers should have strong computer skills (GIS, database, web programming using open source tools), or other special background.

Contact us about volunteering at GreenInfo (enclose resume and links to sites, if any). Thanks for your interest!

GreenInfo Network creates, analyzes, visualizes and communicates information in the public interest. We specialize in mapping and related technology for nonprofits and public agencies, focusing on using it for conservation, social equity, public health, environment and foundation grant making.
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