Training and skills for a good cause!

We take care of our planet

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Apprenticeship through Matter of Trust is for those aged 18 years or older or with GED equivalent.
Matter of Trust is affiliated with a wide range of schools, non-profits, government organizations, and specialized environmental businesses. An apprenticeship is designed to develop a particular skill set that makes an individual excel in craftsmanship and green collar employment. Apprenticeships will be at Matter of Trust and / or with our eco-partners.

Apprenticeship Application

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Qualities we are looking for in our interns:

  • Willingness to listen to other’s ideas
  • “Do’er” identify what needs to be done and do it
  • Creative problem solving
  • Patience
  • Hard working
  • Friendly/Outgoing
  • Good with computers
  • Good with crafts, skills, handy work
  • Good with kids
  • People person, likes to give tours
  • Other…

Application process: 

To request an apprenticeship please fill out the APPLICATION
and send in a 500-word minimum APPRENTICESHIP REQUEST letter that includes:

  • Describe a day in your life 15 years from now-think big!
  • What qualities will make you a good apprentice?
  • How do you see this program helping you further your career goals?
    Please email your application and letter to

Fill out our Questionnaire!

Supporting documents:

Please attach the following documents to help us identify your compatibility with Matter of Trust and so we can learn more about you!

  • Which top 3 qualities from the list above describe you best for this job
  • Why is interning for an ecological nonprofit like Matter of Trust a good fit for you? about 150 words)
  • Are you currently active in the environmental movement? How?
    (About 300 words)
  • Resume or CV if you have one

Please email your documents to

After reviewing your CV/Resume we will call to follow up with any questions we may have and to request an interview.