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UNH Sustainability Fellowships (Various), University of New Hampshire (& Various partners)

UNH Sustainability Fellowships pair exceptional students from UNH and colleges and universities across the country with host organizations in New England to work on transformative sustainability initiatives. Each summer, Fellows undertake challenging sustainability projects that are designed to create an immediate impact, offer an extraordinary learning experience, and foster meaningful collaboration.

  • Work with municipal, educational, corporate, and non-profit partners in New England
  • Connect with a growing network of sustainability leaders (mentors, advisors, alumni and peers)
  • Learn through hands-on experience and professional development
  • Build resilience throughout New England
  • Earn $6,500 (recent alumni or graduate students) or $5,200 (undergrads)

Application Deadline: February 15, 2021.

Wellness and Environmental Justice Coordinator, University of California, Berkley

Centering under-served and historically marginalized populations on campus, this position will execute programming* (climate healing circles, wellness collaboration days with Berkeley Free Clinic and Tang, and planned meet-ups with Bay Area QT+ and BIPOC climate activists) that will support SERC BIPOC, Students of Color Environmental Collective (SCEC), and CNR Students of Color. Simultaneously, the position will reinvigorate SERC QTies and create QTies for Climate Justice, a student organization focused on the empowerment and wellbeing of Queer and Trans community members that are engaged in environmentalism. Outdoor education through camping and backpacking trips will be provided to these communities and will create space/opportunities for BIPOC and QT+ populations to reconnect with their communities through healing activities/reconnection with nature.  These projects will be focused on empowering both undergraduates and graduates that are most vulnerable to the impending climate crisis and impacting the broader campus community through coalition building and resource sharing with similar groups across campus and in our surrounding communities. *Programs will be held remotely until further noted.

Applications will be available for review on: February 11, 2021.

Part-Time Farm Educator, Wright-Locke Farm (Winchester, MA)

Farm Educators will lead lessons and activities for small groups of children, ages 3 – 12 depending on the program. All activities take place at Wright-Locke Farm. Educators should enjoy working with kids and spending time outdoors. Applicants are preferred to have experience in outdoor/nature-based education.​ If you do not meet the job requirements listed, please tell us why you might be a good fit anyways! ​Educators will work at least 8 hours per week, pay is $15/hour.

Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

Laidlaw Scholars Program, Tufts University (Various/Remote)

Funding undergraduate students over the course of two consecutive summers, Laidlaw Scholars have the opportunity to engage in hands-on faculty research as well as build leadership skills in their respective fields.

Application Deadline: February 5, 2021.

Core Fellow/ Visiting Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies, Boston College (Chestnut Hill, MA)

The Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences at Boston College invites
applications for the position of Core Fellow/ Visiting Assistant Professor
in Environmental Studies. The appointment for this one-year postdoctoral visiting assistant professorship will be for the 2021-2022 academic year. Salary is competitive, and the poison is renewable upon favorable review for up to three years. Boston College is a Jesuit, Catholic university that strives to integrate research excellence with a foundational commitment to formative liberal arts education. Boston College requires all students to complete a liberal arts Core Curriculum with 15 requirements as the foundation of their undergraduate education. Core Fellows teach signature courses in the Core. Developed for first-year students, interdisciplinary Complex Problem and Enduring Question courses are part of an ongoing renewal
of the Core Curriculum. As a Core Fellow, the position includes participation in the Core Fellows Program, a program designed to help new doctorates with their scholarly pursuits as well as become outstanding instructors through pedagogical training focused on education of the whole person. You can learn more about BC’s Core Curriculum and the Core Fellows Program here: hp://www.bc.edu/core.

Application deadline: February 15, 2021.

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