Posted 29 Jan 2024, 6:00 pm

Graduate Level Intern Climate Resilience Report at ClimateAI

About the Project

ClimateAi is looking to build a data-driven report on the state of climate resilience among Fortune 500 companies, particularly in food, beverage, agriculture, and finance. The goal is to come up with an objective scoring system to rank companies based on their climate resilience activities and initiatives. Part of the project will be identifying what those initiatives are and how they contribute to climate resilience and adaptation. Examples would include water risk analysis, diversifying suppliers, doing internal climate risk assessments, etc.

We would not expect this person to write the report, but to provide the data and be able to explain both the scoring system and the general conclusions gleaned from the research to the ClimateAi team.
The executive sponsor for this project is the VP of Marketing, but at its conclusion it will be presented to the whole leadership team at ClimateAi, including the CEO. Findings may be shared with media outlets and be cited in news articles.

Skills and Experience Needed
  • Strong proficiency in gathering, analyzing, and synthesizing data from public sources, such as SEC or 10k reports
  • Experience digesting 10Ks and annual reports, with an understanding of sustainability at the corporate level
  • Familiarity with business initiatives and processes
  • Relevant coursework or job experience with a similar data project that can be shared with the hiring manager
  • Ability to “gut check” data for accuracy and alignment with the goals of the project

Timing and Compensation

Compensation for this role ranges from $30 to $35 per hour, with an expectation of 15-20 hours per week of work for 3-4 months. 

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