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Food for All Ambassador

  • Get to know inspiring people while advocating for a great cause
  • Get lots of (delicious) free food
  • Work in a fast-growing & mission-driven startup

Are you passionate about food and how it relates to social and environmental causes? Do you want to work with a company that creates lasting change in the food system?Food for All mission is to curb food waste by increasing accessibility to quality food and empowering food vendors that are socially and environmentally responsible. As an ambassador, you will be on the front lines of Food for All in Boston and work closely with our marketing team. You will represent Food for All on your campus and be responsible for spreading the word about us as well as building strategic relationships. Duties include online advocacy, community-outreach efforts, promotions, ect.

If you are interested, please send an email to stating your motivations to join us and why you will be great at the job.
Apply by January 12th




Research Associate, The Climate Policy Lab (Haiti and Puerto Rico)

Required Education, Experience, and Skills

Applications are invited from candidates with a Master’s or higher degree who also have experience conducting academic fieldwork and/or professional experience related to the research topics described below, and demonstrated fluency in French. Spanish proficiency is a plus but not required. Candidates should have excellent skills in presenting complex material to a wide range of audiences. Experience living and working in developing country contexts is also highly desirable. Applications from political scientists, business experts, lawyers, economists, those in the natural sciences, and others of diverse disciplinary backgrounds are welcome.


  • Excellent analytical skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, experienced in working with multicultural and multidisciplinary research teams.
  • Have initiative and capacity to work independently as well as in a team environment.
  • Value the sharing of information and continuous improvement in a cooperative atmosphere of constructive evaluation and learning.
  • Master’s or higher degree
  • Fluency in French

Position Description

CPL is seeking a research associate with a focus on climate policy investments.  The ideal candidate will have experience in research on climate policy design and implementation, international climate finance, an interest in synergies between mitigation and adaptation policy, and a demonstrated ability to synthesize research results into actionable policy recommendations.  Familiarity with the Green Climate Fund and modes of access to climate finance is highly desirable.

The person will contribute to grant-funded projects in Haiti on climate investments and in Puerto Rico on climate policy, is expected to be conducting fieldwork in-country for extended periods, and will work closely with government officials and other policy stakeholders.  In addition, the research associate will contribute to academic publications, including the completion of at least one journal article together with the Director of the CPL, Professor Kelly Sims Gallagher and the faculty lead on adaptation and resilience, Professor Laura Kuhl. The role also requires substantive engagement in both formal and informal processes of disseminating findings such as presenting before internal and external audiences, and authoring op-eds and blog posts. In addition, the research associate will assist with project development including grant writing and/or prospect research/meetings.  The research associate will work on other projects related to adaptation/mitigation/development synergies as time permits.

The research associate will be based in Boston with extensive periods of travel to Haiti and some travel to Puerto Rico.  She/he will work collaboratively with the CPL Director, Professor Kelly Sims Gallagher, as well as other members of the CPL research team, including faculty, research fellows and student research assistants.

This is a 12-month position starting immediately, with the possibility of renewal subject to performance and continuation of funding.

The mentoring, research program, and training will be under the direction of Professor Kelly Sims Gallagher, Director of the Climate Policy Lab.

The Climate Policy Lab & CIERP

The Climate Policy Lab is an initiative of the Center for International Environment and Resource Policy at The Fletcher School, Tufts University.

Established in 1992 to meet the growing need for international environmental leaders, CIERP’s mission is to build sustainable prosperity in a changing global environment through rigorous, interdisciplinary, policy-relevant research and training of the next generation of leaders. CIERP’s work includes scholarly research for the international academic community; policy research that evaluates current programs or proposes new approaches; and applied policy development in collaboration with government agencies, the private sector, and international NGOs.

The main questions the Lab seeks to answer are: Which climate policies work in practice? Which don’t work?  Why? Under what conditions would they work elsewhere?  The scope of the Lab is global, with a particular emphasis on international comparative analysis. In-residence faculty and research fellows work with a global network of scholars, governmental policymakers, and multilateral organizations on projects, which are attuned to state, national, and bi-lateral policy processes, responsive to policy needs, and academically rigorous. The Lab’s products include accessible publications, scholarly journal papers, policy briefings, workshops, and trainings, all of which are designed to facilitate two-way communication between scholars and practitioners.

The Fletcher School

Since 1933, The Fletcher School has prepared the world’s leaders to become innovative problem-solvers in government, business, and non-governmental organizations with strategic cross-sector networks. Through our ongoing commitment and rigorous approach to advancing world knowledge through research and scholarship, we continue to inform and build bridges to meaningful global solutions. We seek to build partnerships between nations, government agencies and the public/private sector in order to be ready to shape international issues and events. The twenty-first century is being shaped by new realities worldwide, and global interdependence has become the accepted norm. From the reconstruction of post-conflict societies and the creation of markets in emerging economies to the analysis of terrorist threats and the promotion of human rights, today’s issues transcend borders and disciplines. Common to all these challenges are the myriad connections between history, politics and culture that we must understand to respond effectively to them.

Application should include:

  1. Cover letter (maximum 2 pages);
  2. Statement of research experience and interests;
  3. CV including a list of publications;
  4. Names, e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers for three people who can provide recommendations (or reference letters from these individuals, if available).


Applications should be sent by e-mail (one pdf file) with the subject heading “GCF Application” to Jillian DeMair (
Applications will be considered as they are received.  Deadline for applications is January 19, 2018.

2018-2019 Environmental Research Fellowships (TIE Fellows) Program

The 2018-2019 Environmental Research Fellowship program, of the Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE), is for Tufts graduate students to conduct independent, interdisciplinary, environmental research projects. Topics may cover areas such as conservation, public policy, biology, the food water and energy nexus, and public and environmental health, among others. All projects must include an interdisciplinary component and faculty mentors from at least two different schools or departments from within Tufts. Selected students can receive up to $5,000 in research funding.

Masters and PhD students in any Tufts departments or schools are welcome to apply. 

Applications due Thursday, February 15, 2018 at Noon
Fill out the application and send back to TIE. Application available here
Please send any questions to Jill Parlee, Assistant Director of Programs at TIE, at


Spring 2018 Administrative Assistant, Environmental Studies Program (Tufts)

The Environmental Studies Program is looking for a diligent, reliable and self-starter student (preferably work-study) to start at the end of January (3-4 hrs a week, $11/hr). Duties include assisting with basic administrative functions of an office, assisting with preparation of promotional material, preparing publications and/or newsletters, assisting with event organization, posting on social media and other tasks as needed.

 Job Requirements: Student must be detail-oriented, have good oral and written communication and organizational skills, ability to multi-task and ability to meet deadlines. Additionally, must be comfortable with technology and be willing and able to learn new software as needed. Proficiency in Word, Excel and Powerpoint required. Experience with graphic design and an interest in environmental topics are a plus. This position is open to all students but those in the ENVS Program are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications are currently being reviewed.

Application includes: cover letter, resume, name and contact information for 2 references, and list of applicant’s available days and hours.

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Fellows and Digital Campaigners, U.S. PIRG (Various Locations)

We’re looking for smart, passionate, and driven students who work well in a team and want to make a tangible difference.

U.S. PIRG is an advocate for the public interest, working to win concrete results on real problems that affect millions of lives. We do whatever it takes to get results and work in a bi-partisan and fact-driven manner. We value providing young activists with the skills needed to make real and lasting change in our country. And we’re hiring!

Change is hard and we’re looking for the smart and passionate young people who will drive that change for the years to come. We need students from Tufts to join our fight and become leaders who will stand up for what’s right!

The Fellowship program is a great entry point to fact-based advocacy. During your 2 year fellowship, you will learn everything you need to know to become an advocate for issues like consumer protection, government reform, and modernizing our elections.

As a Digital Campaigner, you will support our campaign team by running a powerful digital campaign to tackle problems like the overuse of antibiotics and overturning Citizen’s United.

Apply online Click here to apply today
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