Category: Fellowships (page 1 of 14)

Sustainability Fellowship, University of New Hampshire (Durham, NH)

UNH Sustainability Fellowships pair exceptional students from across the U.S. with Host partners in New England to work on transformative sustainability initiatives that lead to integrated solutions.

Sustainability Fellows, mentored by the UNH team and dedicated individuals from our partner organizations, undertake challenging site-specific summer projects,  achieve high-impact results, and receive a competitive stipend for their contributions. Since 2008, 162 students have participated in the Sustainability Fellowship program – they are now working in a variety of sectors across the U.S.

Learn more and apply here.

Dangermond Fellow-Enterprise GIS, National Audubon Society (Nationwide)

The Dangermond Fellowship is an exciting, paid opportunity provided through the partnership between National Audubon Society and Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI). This prestigious fellowship is designed with the aim to foster the next generation of leaders in the enterprise GIS, science, and nonprofit/conservation sectors. Throughout the year, Fellows will receive extensive and immersive training in the full ArcGIS platform and will visit both the ESRI campus in Redlands, CA and Audubon’s headquarters in New York City. The position is a one-year commitment and starts in June 2020 until June 2021. 

Learn more and apply here.

Sierra Student Coalition’s 2020 Climate Justice League Fellowship, Sierra Club

The Climate Justice League is a 10-week organizing fellowship for high school and college-aged young people who are ready to make a difference! Through this program, students learn key organizing and leadership skills, meet other youth activists from around the country, and take action for climate and social justice. 

The past year has seen unprecedented action and leadership from young people around the country. It’s going to take ALL of us to fight the climate crisis and win the future our generation needs.

Learn more and apply here.

ee360 Community EE Fellowship, North American Association for Environmental Education (Tucson, AZ)

Apply to become an ee360 Community EE Fellow! ee360 proposes to address environmental and local challenges by fostering community leaders with the skills to communicate, network, mentor, and share best practices to stimulate local community resiliency efforts. In 2018, we convened our first cohort of Fellows, and in 2020 we will convene our second cohort and support a network of community leaders working in environmental education and conservation. Fellows across North America work in communities of color, low-income urban neighborhoods, impoverished rural regions, and across multi-state regions to mitigate the impacts of environmental degradation on communities by helping them become more resilient to the pressing challenges.

All application materials are due February 14, 2020, 11:59pm ET. Applicants will be notified of their status early April 2020.

Learn more here and apply here.

Climate Corps, Environmental Defense Fund Fellowship (Nationwide)

EDF Climate Corps is cultivating the next generation of sustainability professionals united to advance climate solutions.

The first-of-its-kind fellowship program brings together an arsenal of top talent, resources and expertise in a variety of subject matters and industries to help organizations meet their sustainability and energy goals.

Since the program’s inception in 2008, nearly 1000 graduate students have been placed into more than 450 organizations spanning the U.S. and China to tackle energy-related challenges and opportunities, including setting ambitious climate targets and making global supply chains more sustainable. The result: over $1.6 billion in energy saving projects identified

Learn more and apply here.

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