Responsible Sourcing Network is looking for spring and summer interns for 2015! If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Descriptions below are still valid, however the deadlines are outdated. We will review information on a rolling basis. Thank you for your interest.
- Communications Intern
- RSN is seeking one Communications Intern to assist in supporting the work of the Cotton and Minerals Programs. Main assistance will be with updating RSN’s website, which is set up in SquareSpace. The preferred candidate will know HTML and CSS. In addition, social media and database projects may include but not be limited to drafting blog posts and website content, populating media contacts in our database, increasing traffic to our twitter and facebook accounts, and researching related stories or corporate activities. Read the full position description
- Cotton Intern
- The Cotton Initiative for the Responsible Sourcing Network seeks one intern to research the activities of brands and retailers to address forced labor in their supply chains. Each year, the government of Uzbekistan orders over one million children and adults to labor in the country’s cotton fields for three months, providing them little to no reimbursement for their work. In an effort to end this practice of systemic, government-led exploitation, over 150 of the world’s largest apparel brands and retailers have committed to avoiding Uzbek cotton. RSN requires a meticulous and avid researcher to compile information on exactly what brands and retailers have committed to, what they are doing to adhere to their commitments, and what they are doing to ensure the yarn and textile suppliers in their value chains are meeting their requirements. Read the full position description
- Conflict Minerals Intern
- The Minerals Initiative for the Responsible Sourcing Network (RSN) seeks an intern to assist with tracking corporate disclosures and managing a multi-stakeholder network. Over the past few years, electronics companies have had an increased focus on how minerals used in their products have contributed to the current conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Congo), resulting in “conflict minerals.” As a result, a number of initiatives have been developed by the NGO, industry, and government communities to address conflict minerals. Read the full position description