Team Leader & Assistant City Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 27, 2017
Not a place for career advancement and compensation. If you are looking for money, don't work for a non-profit. They are an excellent non-profit and allow you to really get in there and make some real change happen.
Canvasser (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – September 8, 2014
I loved working at Greenpeace, I'm just not a full-blooded sales kind of girl. I was terminated due to Quota related issues, but am still a part of the company on a Volunteer basis and I will become a Paid Campaign Intern in the spring semester.
Frontliner (Former Employee) – Costa Mesa, CA – June 6, 2012
Meet at the office, have group meeting about the day. Get location and head out to work. Stop people at location to get them to sign up as a member of Greenpeace. Cold calling sales. Go back to the office and hand in paperwork. Must meet quota to keep job.
learn about the environment and how socialize with people who care.