Washington D.C., Oakland, San Francisco, and Seattle

The Felipe Floresca Fellowship Program provides a 12-month [September 2019-August 2020] experiential learning program in implementing sustainable energy, water and food projects that include and benefit low-income and communities of color. The program provides a $50,000 annual stipend plus benefits.

For 12 months, fellows will work directly on projects in one of its offices, and participate in skills training, benefit from cross-site/sector peer learning, and with a cohort of fellows work on a national policy initiative. The fellows will be exposed to the work of its coalition members nationally and locally; and gain knowledge in the design and development of: energy efficiency and renewable energy projects; community water infrastructure projects, and local sustainable food systems.

The initial application deadline is August 4. Learn more about the program.