We’re offering two paid student internship positions this summer. One, co-hosted by UNH’s Carsey Institute for Social Innovation, is open to current UNH students. The other is open to current students who will be able to work from our Durham, NH office. Click here to learn more and apply, and be sure to share this opportunity with any students you know who might be interested.
Eagle Eye Institute is offering a summer internship opportunity assisting with the organization and implementation of Eagle Eye’s proven Learn About ForestsTM Program and stewardship projects for urban youth from the Somerville, Medford and Boston. The Learn About Forests day includes forest exploration, teambuilding, two instruction periods taught by natural resource professionals, a stewardship project and dinner around a campfire. After the trip, youth participate in an urban stewardship project in their own neighborhood, often of their own choosing.
See the following document for more information and to apply: Eagle Eye Inst. Internship.
The Vermont Farm Viability Program, a program of the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, provides business planning to Vermont farmers in order to enhance the long-term economic viability of Vermont agriculture.
The Vermont Farm Viability Program is seeking a summer intern to conduct research and outreach, as well as other projects as they arise. Work would involve a combination of travel to farms and office. For more information, please contact Liz Gleason, Program Coordinator, at 802-828-3370 or email@example.com .
Intern would encourage residents of Winchester MA to take energy conservation and efficiency measures. Some independent initiative expected, but guidance and partnership is to be provided by members of the local non-profit, Cool Winchester. Possible activities to be developed include: Weekly environmental articles provided to two local newspapers, a middle and high school sustainability ideas “challenge” with prizes, environmental presentations to a variety of groups and at other events in Winchester, a town wide “call to action” to take environmental measures. It is hoped the intern might come up with additional, creative ideas. Intern will network with various environmental activists in town. Intern would meet with members and others in homes or public places in Winchester, but would otherwise work largely independently. Hours & Stipend: 10-20 hours per week, $15/hr. Dates: Beginning work first week of June, 2014. To extend through August, 2014 – or beyond if desired by both parties. Contact: Carolyn Starrett, Winchester, MA 781-729-9022. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) is happy to offer several internships for 2014. Please see each listing for more details about the position and how to apply.
Data Visualization Internship (unpaid)
Assist in the exploration and display of environmental data.
Water Quality Monitoring Internship (unpaid)
Assist in a water quality monitoring program to gather data on Cyanobacteria populations and key water quality parameters from approximately ten water bodies.
Invasive Species Internships (stipend provided)
Organize and direct volunteer groups in removing water chestnut from the Mystic River, June 16 – Aug. 15.
NESCAUM is seeking an extremely bright and motivated intern to support two of our current projects: the Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) Initiative and the Climate Change Science Clearing House. NESCAUM is a nonprofit association of the state environmental agencies in the six New England states, New York and New Jersey. The Association provides technical and policy assistance to its members on air pollution, climate, and energy issues of regional concern.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is pleased to announce that applications for the spring session of the 2014 Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Internship Program are now being accepted. For the spring session of the Internship Program, MassCEC will provide Massachusetts-based clean energy companies with stipends of up to $12 per hour for up to 10 consecutive weeks for each full-time intern, with a cap of $2,400 per intern. Learn more/apply.
Interested in doing something about Climate Change? We are! We’re the ClimateStore and we believe Climate Change is the most pressing issue of our time.
We’re a for profit start-up with an environmental mission: to provide high quality products to people interested in mitigating human caused Climate Change through personal action. We get the link between fossil fuel energy use, GHG emissions, Climate Change and the urgent need to move to a clean, energy efficient, economy. We believe this is our stewardship moment.
Our mission is to make it fun and easy for people to reduce their carbon footprint. At the ClimateStore you can learn about the causes of Climate Change, keep informed about its impact, and find great ideas and products to reduce your energy use from fossil fuels.
We’re looking for talented people who share our passion for the natural world, think broadly about sustainable living and believe there is still time to act. We currently have an opening for a Social Media and Marketing Intern with experience with low carbon footprint/energy saving products to support the growth of our core product line.
Deadline: February 14, 2014
The Wild Center seeks Summer Naturalists to work with our dynamic education staff at a world class museum in the heart of the Adirondack Park. Summer Naturalist Interns will have the responsibility of leading experiences in natural history interpretation, experiential education, school programs, and developing interpretive programming for a diverse audience. In addition to teaching, Interns will assist staff with daily operations, including maintenance and development of education materials, and more.