Welcome to the 2024 GSU GreenHive Cohort!
GreenHive Leadership Program Fellow
Application for the GSU 2024 Cohort are open, thanks to an awesome new GSU Student Sustainability Grant.
If you are interested in participating in this GSU cohort and are a current student at Georgia State University, please apply below!
Applications are due by December 22.
Are you an eco-conscious GSU student looking for the perfect way to get paid while feeding people and solving climate change?
The Fruitful Community Foundation is looking for fun, creative people to be part of the GSU GreenHive Leadership Program, a 10-week paid fellowship from January 22 through April 19 2024.
Learn how you can make a positive impact to mitigate climate change and promote a world of abundance through art, advocacy, and policy. Hone your leadership and community-organizing chops, meeting cool people, and get some valuable hands-on experience, all while saving the planet!
Here are the deets:
Time Period: 10 weeks
Start Date: January 22
Class Session: Mondays, 4 - 6 pm
In-Person Hours: 3-4 hours / week
Additional Study: 1-2 hours / week
Maximum hours: 6 hours / week
Pay: $1250 stipend
This is an in-person fellowship, but reliable access to the internet, computer, and transportation are important. You'll be in regular contact with the Program Coordinator through weekly meetings and email.
Work with the Fruitful Community Coordinator, Speakers, and your cohort team mates to design, build, and activate a capstone legacy project
Work within your Breakout Group to complete individual and group mini-projects and activities
Attend all weekly meetings and complete all individual work
Must be an enrolled undergraduate or graduate student at Georgia State University
Must be at least 18 years old at start of program
Must be legally eligible to work in the United States with ID
Other than that, there are no special requirements for the acceptance into the program. We're interested in a cross-section of students, so we'll accept all majors, minors, and interests
Skills and Competencies:
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Organizational, prioritization, time management skills
Ability to work both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
Quickly understand and use new tools
Ability to make all in-person meetings and complete individual/team tasks