The Program Associate will work closely with the other members of the Conservation Program team to develop and manage a grants program of $15 million+ annually. The Program Associate will help manage all administrative components of the grantmaking process, especially tasks associated with managing grant lifecycles; tracking program budget and periodically reconciling it with parallel systems; ensuring accurate payment and accounting of grants; helping to plan and execute complex program-related meetings and travel; and maintaining positive and proactive communication with grantees The position is based at the Trust’s main office in New York City. Send résumé (in Word or PDF format), salary history, cover letter, and a one-page writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org
The writing sample must be an actual document you prepared in a professional context. Include “Conservation Program Associate” in the subject line. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Deadline: Dec. 15th, 2013
CLUA seeks an exceptional individual to help implement the grant-making strategy of its Global Initiative Team. This position will work closely with grantees to achieve strategic outcomes.The Climate and Land Use Alliance (CLUA) is a philanthropic partnership, with five member foundations – ClimateWorks, the David & Lucile Packard Foundation, Ford Foundation, and Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. Margaret A. Cargill Foundation aligned in 2012. Learn more/apply.
The Program Officer, Environment is responsible for developing and implementing board-approved strategic grantmaking plans for one or more subprograms of the Environment program. This program implements the Foundation’s work in supporting the conservation of marine, freshwater, and terrestrial ecosystems for the benefit of current and future generations. For more information, click here.
REVERB is bringing our Campus Consciousness Tour to Tufts University on November 15th with the band Grouplove. As part of their Campus Consciousness program, they’re also offering a grant of $10,000 to fund a student sustainable innovation. So they need your big ideas!
The New Economics Institute seeks proposals for strategic summits on the transition to a just and sustainable economy, coordinated and hosted by University students in collaboration with community organizations and faculty partners.
Eight grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded to students at North American colleges and universites. In addition to financial support, we are also committed to helping you make your vision a reality with trainings, access to our networks, and on-going consultation. Students and their organizing committees are encouraged to raise additional funds necessary from their host institutions and/or through a variety of other creative means.
For more information, visit the Vision for the Campus Network page.