Direct the day to day operations of the program, set goals, review performance and ensure that the team’s work is of the highest quality and administered fairly, consistently and accurately. Learn more.
NEC is hiring! There are currently five open positions, three of which are full-time. The available positions are: Director of Organizing, Racial and Economic Justice Initiative, Youth and Student Network Organizer, Communications and Online Organizing Coordinator, IT and Data Systems Coordinator, and Operations Intern. For more information, and for complete listings, click here.
Hubway, the regional bike share system, has just started to open stations in Cambridge! The system is fully integrated amongst the participating municipalities of Cambridge, Boston, Brookline, and Somerville.
On Wednesday, August 8 the City will officially celebrate the opening of Hubway in Cambridge. Join us!
The event will begin on August 8th at 11:00 in front of the City Hall/Central Square Post Office Hubway Station. This event will include official remarks and the unveiling of the Commemoratory Bicycle Stamps, with a ride and celebration in Harvard Square to follow.
Look for more details about the event on the City website as well as the Community Development Department Twitter and Facebook Pages soon.
The dasHAUS tour is making a stop in Cambridge this year, and we’ve got a special NESEA event lined up on the evening of June 26th for Members and like-minded friends.
What’s the evening look like?
Welcome from long time member and BuildingEnergy 13 Conference Chair Paul Eldrenkamp
Tour of dasHaus’ incredible traveling sustainable tech pavilion, featuring:
After seeing what dasHaus has to offer, come join us at Simmons Hall for drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and socializing.
Don’t miss out on this occasion to link up with other NESEA members and see what the other energy aficionados are talking about.
Simmons Hall: 229 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
Hope to see you there!