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Thank you for your interest in Spring Forward. Please see important information below about our team's processes, and we look forward to welcoming you onto our team!


Please email us at with any questions or comments.


Do you think there should be more climate education? Do you enjoy working with kids? Are you looking to make a difference?  

Who is eligible? All high school students who are passionate about climate education!
*Note: our core team members are mainly from the Boston area but we have members from California, New York, Virginia. No matter where you live, you're welcome to join!


  • 1 hour core team call once a week (learn more about the different core teams here!)

  • 1+ hour work per week 

  • 1 workshop led per semester (we'll help you set it up and lead it!)

55% of teachers report never even mentioning climate change in their classrooms and when climate change is discussed it is often reduced to personal sustainability and polar bears. Spring Forward works to ensure all students understand the basic science, history, and far-reaching consequences of climate change while empowering them to make a difference. There is no climate action without education.


  • Gain experience speaking and working with kids

  • Become part of a motivated team of teens

  • Improve important skills such as graphic making, professional writing, creating slideshows and videos, working with partners, and much more

  • Grow your knowledge on the climate crisis

  • Gain access to opportunities on panels, podcasts, interviews, and more


Work with teachers and staff to lead lessons in classrooms, camps, and after schools. Gets creative with creating curricula, building new programs, and teaching kids. ​​


 Create social media content, make promotional and educational videos, organize newsletters to the Spring Forward community, and work on press for Spring Forward.


Set up and attend events to lead our workshops, network, and recruit new members.


Build partnerships with fellow climate and social justice organizations do wonderful work.

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