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National Fellowship at Environmental Leadership Program

Environmental Leadership Program’s National Fellowship Program offers intensive leadership and skills training, national networking opportunities, and time for personal and professional reflection. Through immersive retreats, our curriculum helps emerging leaders hone their leadership styles, improve their strategy and organizational development, and strengthen their outreach to diverse constituencies. With the assistance of professional coaching and peer learning, each Fellow develops a Personal Leadership Plan.

More information and online application here.

Policy Fellow, Coalition for Smarter Growth (Washington, D.C.)

CSG is seeking a highly-qualified candidate to join us as a summer Policy Fellow. This volunteer position (transportation stipend possible) is an excellent opportunity for a graduate-level or new professional candidate seeking an immersive experience in a fast-paced advocacy and policy organization. The Coalition for Smarter Growth is the leading organization in the Washington D.C. region dedicated to making the case for smart growth. The Policy Fellow will be the primary author on the new report, to be issued this fall or winter. For more information, visit the Coalition for Smarter Growth’s website.

Fellowship, Food Recovery Network

Founded in September of 2011, Food Recovery Network (FRN) is the largest national student-led food recovery movement working to bring food recovery programs to colleges across the country. Made up of dozens of chapters at colleges and universities, FRN has recovered over 300,000 pounds of food and is rapidly expanding.

We are looking for 7 fellows to work full-time on the Expansion and Member Support teams at FRN HQ in College Park, Maryland. Fellowships start on August 11, 2014 and end May 15, 2015. Fellows receive a $1,500 per month stipend.

Learn more.

National Wildlife Foundation Emerging Leadership Fellowship

Application deadline: April 30, 2014

This year, the Emerging Leader Fellowship program will be a one-year intensive leadership development program for 10select young professionals and 10 college students interested in leadership opportunities, additional skill trainings, and support from a diverse network of peers and mentors. The focus of this year’s fellowship will be on leadership and professional development, providing in-depth development opportunities throughout the program in lieu of a monetary stipend. By focusing on intense leadership and professional development, skills learned can be used in a wide range of settings to advance career and educational objectives.

Learn more.

 

UNH Sustainability Institute Climate Fellowship

DEADLINE: March 24, 2014

In 2008, Clean Air-Cool Planet created the Climate Fellows program to address a recurring program: even best-intentioned partners—whether in the community, campus or corporate sector—could easily be thwarted in their sustainability goals by a lack of “person-power” necessary to conduct inventories, research and write climate action plans, or carry out other high priority climate-related rojects. Lacking any better option, many opted to assign these tasks to a busy voluntee, or a staff person already working at full capacity—and, all too often, that meant a loss of momentum or even abandonment of a climate project.

In 2014, the Sustainability Institute at UNH became the new home of the Climate Fellows program. The program matches exceptional college students from diverse backgrounds with high priority climate solutions projects. Through this nationally advertised and highly competitive program, students receive skills training, mentoring, networking opportunities, and a stipend for full-time summer projects undertaken with a wide range of partner organizations.

Learn more.

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