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Researcher, Writer, Program Intern – Our Water Commons (Jamaica Plain, MA)

Our Water Commons is a non-governmental organization with a broad mission to preserve water as a common good. Through research, learning exchange, documentation, public education and advocacy, we seek to highlight innovative cases of public and community water and watershed governance and management, ones in which the human right to water and nature’s right to water are preserved. For more information, email: danielmoss9@gmail.com

Sustainability Planning Internship, City of Cambridge (MA)

The Sustainability Intern will assist the Environmental and Transportation Planning Division staff primarily on climate protection and preparedness projects, including local energy planning and development of a climate change preparedness plan. Contact: John Bolduc, Environmental Planner Address: Community Development Department, 344 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139 Phone: (617) 349-4628, Fax: (617) 349-4633, Email: jbolduc@cambridgema.gov

Research Intern, Winchester Town Climate Action Task Force (MA)

Winchester Town Climate Action Task Force climate action advisory committee seeks intern(s). Send inquiries to Prassede Calabi, calabi@mindfire.ws

LiveableStreets Street Ambassador Internship

Do you have good people and communication skills? Do you enjoy being outside and at community events? Want to be part of LivableStreets’ advocacy campaigns and growing organization? LivableStreets is looking for an intern to be the face of our Street Ambassadors Program this summer. Learn more.

Various Positions, EarthJustice (Various Locations)

At Earthjustice, we are driven by a passion for justice—for people and for the environment, by a belief that we can accomplish more in genuine partnership with others, and by a commitment to excellence and strategic action.

As the premier nonprofit environmental law organization, Earthjustice is uniquely qualified to deliver sweeping, on-the-ground results that make a real difference in our environment and our communities. We work through the courts on behalf of thousands of groups, supporters and citizens to take on the critical environmental issues of our time, and bring about positive change. We are here because the Earth needs a good lawyer.

Positions available:

Associate Attorney (Alaska)

Executive Assistant/Development Assistant (San Francisco)

Individual Gifts Officer (San Fran.)

Communications Intern (San Fran.)

Communications Intern (Washington, D.C.)

Policy and Legislation Intern (Washington, D.C.)

Litigation Assistant (Washington, D.C.)

Litigation Assistant (Philadelphia)

Managing Attorney (San Fran.)

Office Assistant (D.C.)

Office Manager (San Fran.)

Bilingual Press Secretary (San Fran.)

Project Attorney (Florida)

Senior Development Officer, Major Gifts (NYC)

Staff Attorney, Int’l Program (San Fran., D.C.)

Volunteer/Pro Bono Attorney (NYC, Philadelphia)

View all the positions here.

Agricultural Internship, Copicut Farms (Dartmouth, MA)

Copicut Farms is seeking interns for the 2014 summer season (June-October) to manage sales at farmers’ markets with some on-farm work included. Learn more about the farm. For more information about the positions available contact us at: copicutfarms@gmail.com.

Communications Intern, STAR Communities (Washington, D.C.)

STAR Communities is currently seeking a Communications Intern to work with the organization’s community engagement team, which consists of sustainability specialists that provide support to cities, towns, and counties using the STAR Community Rating System.  STAR Communities helps cities and counties achieve meaningful sustainability through the first national framework for local community efforts. The STAR Community Rating System is the first framework and certification program for local sustainability, built by and for local governments and the communities they serve. The Rating System encompasses economic, environmental, and social performance measures for both local governments and the broader community. Learn more.

Internship, Dept. of Recreation and Conservation (Boston, MA)

The Ecology Program Assistant provides support for the Ecology and ACEC Programs by assisting with the research permitting process, providing general administrative assistance, and assisting with field surveys or monitoring conducted by the Ecology Program staff.

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Internship, Philadelphia Energy Authority (PA)

Intern and co-op students are an integral to expanding the outreach and impact of the Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA). We are offering a unique opportunity that will include both civic engagement and entrepreneurial business experience. PEA is uniquely positioned to facilitate discussions regarding innovative energy projects, educate policy development and lead the implementation of best practices. You will work directly with the Executive Director and engage with City leadership.

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Sustainability Data and Metrics Research Fellow, MIT (MA)

MIT’s Office of Sustainability is seeking a student Sustainability Fellow to assist in researching, developing, analyzing and refining a suite of sustainability metrics and analytic tools to assist in the quantification, assessment, and communication of MIT’s current sustainability activities.

Data will be related to campus energy, water, waste, food, transportation, procurement, buildings, and more.

This position will be full-time for summer 2014 (8-10 weeks, June-August). Specific start/end dates and hours will be finalized upon hire. Pay ranges from $12-$17/hour depending on student level and ability. Open to both MIT and non-MIT students.

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