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Environment America Fellowship Program

Learn more/apply
Early application deadline: Sunday, February 16th


Environment Massachusetts is a statewide environmental advocacy organization that works to protect clean air, clean water, and open space. We’re part of Environment America, a federation of 29 state-based groups with nearly 100 professional staff and more than 1 million members, activists and allies across the country.


Here in Massachusetts, we’re working to clean up dirty power plants, protect the Cape Cod National Seashore and the Connecticut River, and bring more solar energy to our state. Each year, we hire graduating seniors with the passion, the commitment and the talent it takes to stand up to polluting industries, fight for a green future and do what it takes to win.


Our
Fellowship Program is a two-year crash course in the nuts and bolts of environmental activism, organizing, advocacy and the type of institution-building that can sustain long-term battles.

As a fellow, you’re not just learning how to make an impact; you’re making one.
Hear from four fellows about their work tackling tough environmental problems like runaway development and our dependence on coal.

After two years as a fellow, you’ll have learned the ropes, gained invaluable hands-on experience and you’ll have made a real difference for the environment. 
Hear from two former fellows about the work they’re doing now and how the Fellowship Program prepared them for it.

And if you’re not graduating this year, you should apply to be an Environment Massachusetts intern – you’ll learn how to make an impact on critical environmental issues, and there’s no better way to get the experience to launch your career with us.


Contact Madeline Page at
mpage@environmentamerica.org or 617-747-4357 with any questions.

Program Coordinator, Lead by Example (Boston, MA)

LBE provides clean energy guidance and technical assistance, as well as supports development of innovative financing tools that help make clean energy projects feasible and cost-effective. The Fellow will serve a 2-year term with a possible 1 year extension. For more information, click here.

Fellowship, Echoing Green

What’s your problem? Echoing Green’s new Climate Fellowship is specifically targeted for next-generation social entrepreneurs committed to working on innovations in mitigation and adaptation to climate change. Echoing Green Fellowship Programs identify promising social entrepreneurs with bold ideas and provides them with up to $90,000 in seed funding, strategic support, and a powerful network. Be Bold. Think Big. Drive Change.  Learn more about the Echoing Green Climate Fellowship.  Sign up to receive information and application support. Start today! Visit the Echoing Green application guidance webpage to prepare.

Conservation Finance Fellowship, The Trust for Public Land (Boston, MA)

The Trust for Public Land’s (TPL) Conservation Finance Program and its affiliate The Conservation Campaign (TCC) are pleased to announce the establishment of a one-year fellowship focused on Campaigns, Elections, Lobbying and Funding for Parks and Land Conservation. Learn more.

Environment Program Fellow, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation (Menlo Park, CA)

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, based in Menlo Park, California, seeks a Fellow for its Environment Program. This is a two-year term position. A Hewlett Foundation Fellowship allows an individual to enrich his or her understanding of philanthropy and of specific subject matter by engaging in all phases of grantmaking in the Foundation’s areas of interest. Over a two-year term, Fellows are assigned to one of the Foundation’s four programs or to its Effective Philanthropy Group, which supports strategic grantmaking, giving them the opportunity to learn from staff across the organization and from each other. Fellows work closely with a program/group’s staff to help implement its projects and ongoing grantmaking activities. Learn more.

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