Corporate Accountability, a Boston-based nonprofit with various campaigns, including one to eliminate plastic water bottle use, seeks fall interns. Their “internships are a unique opportunity to gain valuable organizing and non-profit experience. This is a hands-on program, designed to mentor and cultivate students interested in social justice, strengthen their understanding of a fast-paced campaign organization, and prepare them with the skills and experience necessary to challenge corporate abuse.”
A Cambridge resident is hoping to launch a Boston version of DC EcoWomen , a community of women interested in environmental and professional issues that has been an incredibly popular platform for networking, resource exchange and fun with like minded people.
At this time, coordinator Avipsa seeks a team of awesome women to lead this effort. Once EcoWomen board approves the Boston chapter, the group will be increasing publicity for membership.
The positions which remain open include:
2. VP Membership
3. VP Communications
As the organization is just starting, these voluntary positions are not anticipated to not take a lot of time.
Please send questions — or, if you’d like to apply, a short bio and complete contact information — to Avipsa at email@example.com.
Deadline: Sunday, July 24th
Energy Solutions seeks a full time Energy Efficiency Project Manager to help support our East Coast client base. As a member of the Energy Solutions East Coast Team you will support an existing, successful California business in a new location as the Company seeks to increase its presence on the East Coast. The person filling this role will have a broad impact on energy efficiency markets and greenhouse gas reductions through our work for Massachusetts Program Administrators and other national leaders in energy efficiency. As part of a developing practice area for the Company, the person filling this role will be expected to work remotely alongside a Project Manager II and must be willing to travel frequently to California during the first 6 months of employment.
The Sustainable Melrose Coalition climate action group is seeking a part-time (approx 8-10 hrs/week) graduate student intern for the summer to perform a greenhouse gas inventory for the City of Melrose. The internship will involve data collection and analysis, documentation, developing information graphics, drafting a report and the opportunity to present findings to municipal groups and officials. Attendance at a small number of meetings will be required but otherwise all work can be performed offsite and on the intern’s schedule. A small stipend will be provided.
Division of Planning & Regulatory Services is seeking a motivated intern with excellent analytical and writing skills and strong interest in sustainability to assist Sustainability Project Manager with updating the City’s Climate Action Plan and providing administrative and research support for the Energy Task Force.
|Application Deadline: Position open until filled.