Category: Professional Development (page 1 of 17)

Environmental Advocacy Symposium, Pace University (New York, NY)

The Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences invites scholars, educators, practitioners, and students to submit proposals for the Environmental Advocacy Symposium, a one-day convening on the research and practice of environmental advocacy.  

The Environmental Advocacy Symposium will take place Wednesday, June 10, 2020, at Pace University, followed by the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences Conference.

Learn more and apply here.

C2C Fellows Network, Bard Center for Environmental Policy (Annandale-On-Hudson, NY)

The C2C Fellows Network at the Bard Center for Environmental Policy is a national program for undergraduates and recent graduates aspiring to leadership work in sustainability policy, NGO’s and business. C2C’s intensive skills-based weekend workshops include young people from across the country. The $30 registration fee includes meals and housing. Students often receive funding to attend this conference from their student governments or sustainability offices. 

Led by Dr. Eban Goodstein, Director of Bard’s Center for Environmental Policy, C2C trainings focus on key leadership skills: vision, courage, developing your network, telling your story, and raising funds.

This workshop will take place on Friday March 6, 5 PM to Sunday, March 8, 12PM

Learn more and apply here.

Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) Travel Grants (Medford, MA)

Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) Travel grants facilitate research, learning, and outreach for Tufts students and faculty. TIE is committed to diversity of disciplines, fields, and research methods in accordance with measures of excellence. All Tufts faculty and students are welcome to apply.

See full posting here.

Administrative Fellow/Assistant Director of Honoring Nations, Harvard University (Cambridge, MA)

Overview of Administrative Fellows Program:

Harvard University’s Administrative Fellowship Program is one of the cornerstones of our diversity and inclusion efforts. We seek to attract talented professionals, and in particular members of historically underrepresented groups, to promote leadership opportunities and careers in higher education. The University encourages applications from individuals from diverse backgrounds and others who may contribute to the diversity of Harvard’s leadership. To this end, the Administrative Fellowship Program offers a twelve-month talent management experience complemented by a professional development program. This Fellow will serve as the Assistant Director of Honoring Nations and work with both the Program Director of the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development and the Assistant Director of Educational Outreach to strategize, develop, and implement pragmatic educational tools for the dissemination of awardees identified from its flagship program, Honoring Nations. Honoring Nations is a rigorous national awards program that identifies, celebrates, and shares outstanding examples of excellence in tribal governance in the United States and increasingly around the world. Salary range of $60,208-$98,511 dependent on qualifications. 

Posted May 3, 2019. Rolling applications.

More info at
https://www.higheredjobs.com/institution/details.cfm?JobCode=176980610&Title=Administrative%20Fellow/Assistant%20Director%20of%20Honoring%20Nations%20(Harvard%20Project%20on%20American%20Indian%20Economic%20Development)&fbclid=IwAR2KqSlFrMR1Ikpcqxy0PU9U-k_ENrFtfbjSHDyMxQ1ucjzt75Lolm0j9X4)

Put A Price On It Summer 2018 Fellowship, Our Climate (multiple locations)

Put A Price On It and Our Climate is a national campaign that mobilizes young people to advocate for strong and fair carbon pricing policies at the state and national level. By putting a price on carbon, we will hold polluters accountable and transition our economy to a clean energy future. Fellows will work closely with Our Climate staff to achieve mutually agreed upon goals. Fellows will spend 5-10 hours a week on related activities. This educational and supportive arrangement is designed to build the strong and diverse coalition of leaders needed to pass fair and effective climate policy. In order to strategically pass equitable and science-based policy, Summer Fellows will be based in regions where there is currently policy being considered, specifically Washington state and the Northeast. Fellows will be trained to conduct public outreach on the local and state level.

 

Application Deadline:  June 1st, Future deadlines for Fall and Spring Fellows
Apply: Fill out online application, and find more information on the position and future positions here.
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