We are the Harvard College Conservation Society, and we would like to invite you to attend our Job Networking Fair on Saturday March 5th, 2016. The purpose of this fair will be to connect Harvard University and other Boston-based students interested in careers in conservation with each other, and with scientists and conservationists from NGO’s such as the Nature Conservancy, Conservation International, the Oceanic Society, and Women for Wildlife.
The fair will have three major components:
- Talks and panel discussion centered around presentations by women from the ‘Women for Wildlife’ network, accomplished biologists and conservationists, and representatives from major international NGO’s.
- Discussions in small classroom-type settings, for students Boston-wide interested in pursuing jobs or summer internships in the conservation field.
- A networking lunch with information distribution for groups interested in giving out contact information and or work application opportunities.
Let us know if members of your group are interested in the event so we can be sure to expect the right number of people, and also whether you would be interested in reserving a table for your group at the reception.
The NYU Stern School of Business is the leading business school in the country addressing the interlocking issues of ethical business practices, human rights, and environmental sustainability. At Stern we are giving future business leaders the tools they need to address these 21st century business challenges.
To support these efforts, Stern has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director, Center for Sustainable Business. In this start up environment, the Assistant Director will work with the Executive Director to create and maintain the premier center on sustainability at a business school. S/he will create and implement programs, conferences and events sponsored by the center and develop metrics to evaluate the results of such programs. The Assistant Director will also cultivate and maintain relationship with internal and external constituencies including media and funders. She will also support fund raising efforts, create written materials, conduct research, develop and manage operations and budgets.
The Environmental League of Massachusetts (ELM) is seeking a part-time public policy intern. This is an excellent opportunity to work in a small non-profit advocacy setting and contribute to statewide environmental policymaking.
This position is unpaid and requires 15-30 hours per week, September 2015 through May 2016.
Requirements: Junior or Senior, recent college graduate, or graduate student.
Deadline: September 18th
The selected candidate will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks with a focus on transportation with work on the bicycle program, bike share, traffic calming program, bicycle/pedestrian studies, and other areas as needed. In addition, the candidate will provide basic administrative support to these programs and other activities as needed in the division. Learn more.