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Program Associate, Transportation for Massachusetts (downtown Boston)

The Program Associate at T4MA is an organized, enthusiastic and technically savvy self-starter who is interested in transportation, climate change, social justice, and planning, and wants to know more. Here’s the job description.

The PA works in a team of five staff, and helps coordinate the work of our dozens of members, partners and allied organizations all across the state and beyond.

Undergraduate degree and related work (may be internship or volunteering) required. Strong communications skills, good work habits, ability to multi-task are all important to success. T4MA offers competitive benefits and a friendly, fast-paced work environment in downtown Boston.

Application Deadline: open until filled
Apply by sending an email to Josh Ostroff, Partnerships Director, with the subject line Program Associate. Attach a cover letter and resume.


Spring Intern, Environment America (Boston, Downtown Crossing)

Environment America is looking for students with great communications skills who are seeking experience in nonprofit advocacy, who are passionate about environmental issues, and who are comfortable with working independently and taking on a project that they’ll own.


Environment America is a citizen-funded environmental advocacy organization. Working with decision-makers and at the grassroots level, we advance and protect local, state and federal policy that keeps our air and water clean and promotes more clean energy and stronger action on climate change.

Interns with Environment America help us educate and engage citizens on the most critical environmental issues of our time and learn the basics of nonprofit political advocacy. You’ll help us get our issues into the media, build coalitions, organize events and lobby decision-makers. Ultimately, you’ll help us build the kind of public support it takes to win.

This Spring, interns in our office will work on critical environmental issues, including:

·  Working to win commitments to 100% renewable energy from colleges and universities

·  Advocating for better solar policies in municipalities across the country

·  Getting the lead out of our nation’s drinking water

·  Defending the bedrock environmental regulations that have kept our air and water clean for decades

We’re looking for students who are/have:

·  Confident and comfortable on the phone with strangers or speaking to a group

·  Excellent written communication skills

·  Passionate, knowledgeable about environmental issues

·  Comfortable working independently and working on/owning a project

·  Leadership experience a plus

·  Experience building or running a group a plus

·  Advocacy experience a plus

Application Deadline: January 9, 2018
Learn more and apply to be an Environment America intern here!


Campaign Organizer, Impact (various locations)

Impact organizers are on the ground to mobilize businesses, faith leaders and citizens to demonstrate the commitment to keeping our promises on climate change, and transitioning a sustainable, renewable energy economy.

Many of our organizers are working with elected leaders in states across the country to meet goals of getting to at least 10 percent solar by 2030. Grassroots efforts like these have helped triple solar nationwide in just the last two years.

Our campaign organizer position is a great way to help students searching for full-time work after graduation start building the skills they need for a career in advocacy or organizing.


Individuals interested in internships should fill out this form. 


Application Deadline: Sunday, December 9
Apply Online 


Various Positions, compiled by Acre (various locations)


Below, a link to a list of full time jobs in sustainability in 2018.

Various Positions, All In Energy (Dorchester, Boston, Roxbury, Mattapan)

Internships in clean energy/ energy efficiency for current students and recent graduates, especially those who are residents of Dorchester, Boston, Roxbury, or Mattapan and are multi-lingual.

All In Energy is making the transition to a clean energy economy more rapid and inclusive by creating community outreach campaigns in underserved neighborhoods that drive adoption of energy-saving products and services.


Clean Energy Organizing Fellowship

We’re seeking a dynamic and passionate candidate to lead and expand our first campaign in Dorchester, Roxbury, and Mattapan. This is an exciting opportunity not only to learn valuable organizing and sales skills but also to shape the future of a new and innovative non-profit organization. You’ll be working directly with the co-founders of the organization and your feedback on both tactical and strategic implementation of the program will have a large impact on future campaigns. This is full-time position that will last at least one-year. At that time, the position will either become a permanent position within All In Energy or the co-founders of All In Energy will use their networks to help the CEO Fellow find a job with another clean energy company.


Community Outreach Event Representative

We’re seeking a community outreach event representative to execute our first campaign this fall in Codman Square and neighboring communities. This is a critical role in a new and innovative non-profit organization. You’ll be the face of the campaign, All In Energy, and our partner organizations. Your ability to connect with community members will allow them to take advantage of valuable state and utility energy incentive programs. These are programs that are funded by everyone who pays an electric bill, but participation rates in this community has been lower than other communities largely because, until now, no one has invited families there to participate. This is a part time role that requires evening and weekend availability.


Application Deadline: open until filled
Apply Online


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