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.
MIT’s Office of Sustainability (OFS) is seeking a student Sustainability Fellow to assist in the development and execution of a variety of communication and outreach activities. The Fellow will be responsible for: envisioning, developing, and producing web content and features for the Office of Sustainability’s website; reviewing, modifying, and updating a number of sustainability-related community outreach and education materials; developing additional print and web outreach materials as needed; and assisting in identifying, planning, and implementing new communication strategies (print, web, social media, video, etc.).
Work is full-time for 8-10 weeks during summer 2014 (June-August). Pay ranges from $12-$17/hour depending on student level and ability. Open to both MIT and non-MIT students.
Tri-CAP seeks an Environmental Justice Community Organizer to bring local residents and community groups together to work for environmental restoration, public access, and sustainable development along the Malden River corridor. Barry Ingber, Director of Energy Programs. Tri-City Community Action Program, Inc. 110 Pleasant St, 3rd Floor Malden, MA 02148 firstname.lastname@example.org .
Second Nature, an organization instrumental in launching the Education for Sustainability (EFS) movement in higher education, seeks a strategic leader to serve as its next President. The successful candidate will lead an effective and agile organization that has a twenty-year record of pioneering work in developing and promoting healthy, vibrant, and sustainable communities, economies, and ecosystems.
The Town of Dedham, MA has an opening for a paid part-time GIS Intern. Learn more.