Recruiting Talented People From of All Walks of Life for Climate “Year for All Years”

The Climate Mobilization is thrilled to announce the new Climate Year program.


As part of our new strategy to ensure that the U.S. federal government commences a WWII-scale climate mobilization to restore a safe climate by July 4, 2017, we are looking for brilliant, talented, dedicated people who want to fight for civilization and the natural world on a full-time basis.


Participants in the Climate Year program will commit to volunteering for The Climate Mobilization 30+ hours per week for one year. Climate Year participants will take on significant leadership responsibilities, enjoy considerable autonomy, and continually push the limits of what they imagined possible.  


The Climate Year program, on its own, cannot deliver a WWII-scale mobilization by next year. It is one part of a much larger effort that is just now taking shape. We are working with Russell Greene—who helped get mobilization onto the Democratic Party platform in July—to develop a broader umbrella strategy to exponentially grow our movement and get the mobilization started next year.


We are looking for outstanding people ready to dedicate a year of their lives for “all years.” We aim to enlist people from all backgrounds, walks of life, and U.S. regions. We truly need all hands on deck: People of color, of all faiths, of all ages, of all political persuasions, from all sectors (including the fossil fuel industry), women, LGBTQIA, persons with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.


Apply NOW to Climate Year.

If you can’t afford to volunteer 30 hours a week, but are called to mobilize,  please let us know what level of assistance you would need in order to participate in  Climate Year. We will do our utmost to meet financial need. (See more information about financial assistance here.)


Please apply or encourage the most talented, energetic, dedicated people you know to apply for Climate Year.

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