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Environmental Fellow, U of M Grantmakers Association (various locations)

The Environmental Fellows Program (EFP) at the University of Michigan (U of M) School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) is a summer fellowship opportunity that seeks to diversify the environmental field by cultivating the career aspirations of master’s and doctoral students from historically underrepresented groups through providing work opportunities in environmental nonprofits, grant makers, and government sectors. This program arose out of a collaboration between U of M SEAS, the Environmental Grantmakers Association (EGA), and the C.S. Mott Foundation. The collaborators recognized the need for a program to identify and train diverse students to work in environmental and philanthropic sectors. This fellowship is supported by several philanthropic organizations. The Environmental Fellows Program is looking for future leaders and decision-makers in the rapidly changing fields of conservation, justice, equity, and philanthropy. Fellows are placed across the nation at nationally recognized nonprofits, social justice organizations, philanthropic organizations, environmental media outlets, policy think tanks, governmental institutions, and grassroots environmental organizations.

The full program runs from May 1 to August 31 and includes a $10,000 stipend plus travel support for the duration of the 12-week internship.


Apply online 

Deadline to apply is January 31.

Campaign and Advocacy Fellow, Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund (MA)

The Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund is looking for college students, high school students, and recent graduates to be part of our Campaign and Advocacy Fellows program. Join us and help elect environmental champions, advance strong environmental policy, and build the power of the environmental community in Massachusetts.

Our Fellows program consists of the four sessions described below. Applicants may apply for multiple sessions. Fellows that do exemplary work will have preference over new applicants if they wish to stay or return for a later session.

Session 1: February-March: 8 – 10 hours/ week, no nights or weekends, unpaid, Location: ELM’s Boston office, Duties: Campaign research and advocacy

Session 2: April-May: 15 – 20 hours/ week, some nights and weekends required, paid stipend, Location: 75% ELM’s Boston office, 25% campaign work across MA, Duties: 50% campaign research and advocacy, 25% in-office campaign work, 25% in-district campaign work (door knocking, phone banking, etc)

Session 3: June-August: 15 – 20 hours/ week, some nights and weekends required, paid stipend, Location: 50% ELM’s Boston office, 50% campaign work across MA, Duties: 50% advocacy, in-office campaign work, 50% in-district campaign work (door knocking, phone banking, etc)

Session 4: September-November: 15 – 20 hours/ week, some nights and weekends required, paid stipend, Location: 80% campaign work across MA, 20% ELM’s Boston office, Duties: 80% in-district campaign work (door knocking, phone banking, etc), 20% data management, in-office campaign work, and advocacy


  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong research, data management, and notetaking skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Commitment to environmental advocacy
  • Self-starter with the ability to work collaboratively
  • Community outreach or political campaign experience a plus

How to Apply: Submit a one-page cover letter and one-page resume as a PDF to Please address your cover letter to Joe O’Brien and indicate that you are applying for the Fellows program and which session(s) you are applying for.


EcoFellow, Center for EcoTechnology (Northampton, MA)

The Center for EcoTechnology will begin accepting applications for our EcoFellowship program on January 1, 2019. The EcoFellowship Program is a one-year paid fellowship position to work with CET staff and other EcoFellows to carry out a range of activities related to climate action initiatives and educational programming in western Massachusetts.

EcoFellows support CET’s initiatives to assist residents, students, institutions and businesses across the region in ongoing programs in energy efficiency, home energy services, renewable energy, and waste reduction through recycling, reuse and composting. Fellows are based in CET’s Northampton location and serve communities in the region.

Current students are invited to visit our website to learn about the application process or flip through our EcoFellowship Look Book.

Apply Online:

Application Deadline: Rolling applications are accepted until February 17

Various Internships, Harvard Forest Research Program (Petersham, MA)

The Harvard Forest Summer Research Program in Ecology is looking for two undergraduates (or graduated Dec, 2018 – May, 2019) for our summer internship research program, one student to do GIS work and another to summarize regional conservation plans.


  • Advancing Wildlands and Woodlands through Collaborative Conservation
  • May 27 to August 9, 2019
  • Located in Petersham, MA
  • 11-week residential program for undergraduates only
  • $5775 stipend plus travel, Full room & board and meal plan

Position 1: Conservation GIS Intern

This position will be focused on using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to provide insights on the region’s conservation history, recent landcover changes, population and potential future changes, and–working with experts–help identify areas most suitable for forests, farms, and responsible development. Applicants should be interested in land protection and have experience with, or have a strong motivation to learn, GIS and have good analytic skills.

Position 2: Regional Planning Intern

This position will focus on using planning documents from community to regional scales and social, demographic and economic data to summarize existing frameworks for action and to provide detailed characterization of the Connecticut River Valley’s economic, demographic, and cultural variation. The student will be involved in developing a coordinated regional plan in collaboration with mentors and NGO partners. Applicants should have experience or coursework in regional planning, and an interest in land protection, agriculture, and urban issues.

To apply: browse to the Harvard Forest Summer Research Program in Ecology: ( and choose the project entitled “Advancing Wildlands and Woodlands through Collaborative Conservation” you can mention which of the two positions you would prefer in your essay. We cannot accept applications in any other manner;  if applications are not submitted through the website, they cannot be considered.

Apply Online

Application Deadline: February 1, 2019

Program Associate, Transportation for Massachusetts (downtown Boston)

The Program Associate at T4MA is an organized, enthusiastic and technically savvy self-starter who is interested in transportation, climate change, social justice, and planning, and wants to know more. Here’s the job description.

The PA works in a team of five staff, and helps coordinate the work of our dozens of members, partners and allied organizations all across the state and beyond.

Undergraduate degree and related work (may be internship or volunteering) required. Strong communications skills, good work habits, ability to multi-task are all important to success. T4MA offers competitive benefits and a friendly, fast-paced work environment in downtown Boston.

Application Deadline: open until filled
Apply by sending an email to Josh Ostroff, Partnerships Director, with the subject line Program Associate. Attach a cover letter and resume.


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