Category: Fellowships (page 1 of 17)

Mel King Institute Program Fellow, MACDC (Boston MA)

The Mel King Institute for Community Building is a program of MACDC that fosters vibrant and thriving Massachusetts communities by advancing the skills, knowledge and leadership ability of professional practitioners and volunteer leaders in the community development field. We leverage collaborative professional and educational partnerships that increase access, encourage innovation, build capacity in the community development field.  We are looking for a candidate with the desire to serve in a two‐year fellowship experience (Sept. 5, 2020 to Sept. 5, 2022) grounded in the Community Development field. The fellow will coordinate the training curriculum and serve as a liaison to the MKI network of students, practitioners, instructors, and program partners. The Program Fellow’s role will be to lead and staff the day‐to‐day operations of this professional education institute, which includes courses, coalitions, and programs like the MKI Certificate program.

To apply for the MKI two‐year fellowship, please complete a brief application and attach a resume, cover letter and letter of recommendation. $43,000 salary and $2,000 educational stipend upon completion of the fellowship.

Learn more and apply here.

Fellowship, The Sustainability Policy Partner Network and the US Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development (Various Locations)

We are kicking off a national campaign directed at two-dozen Chamber members that are on the S&P 500 and highly brand-sensitive. They have strong sustainability commitments on paper, but are not supporting climate policies. Do something impactful for the climate during these challenging times! We have both student and part-time professional Fellows remote positions open. These positions are unpaid but have many non-monetary rewards.

For more information on the application process, contact Debra Rowe PhD at debra.rowe@aya.yale.edu .

Climate Corps Fellowship, Climate Corps (CA)

The Climate Corps fellowship program is now accepting applications for up to 100 paid opportunities in California with local governments and organizations including Alameda County Office of Sustainability, Capitol Corridor, San Francisco Green Business Program, SunPower, and University of California Office of the President. 

A Climate Corps Fellow gains 10 months of experience implementing climate change resiliency projects with community partners, along with extensive personal development and training. The fellowship will start in September 2020 and end in late June 2021. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Apply soon to receive priority placement consideration.

Learn more and apply here.

The Josephine A. Lamprey Zero Waste Atlas Fellowship, Post Landfill Action Network (Philadelphia, PA)

The Zero Waste Atlas Fellowship is a brand new 50-hour program PLAN is launching in 2020 to provide students with the hands-on training and experience to be able to perform a zero waste assessment of their campus. Atlas Fellows will learn how to use the Atlas Campus Programs Checklist to perform the interviews needed to gather data for the campus assessment.

Learn more and apply here.

Summer 2020 Sustainability Fellowships (5 Positions Available), MIT Office of Sustainability (Cambridge, MA)

The MIT Office of Sustainability (MITOS) is currently seeking student applicants for 5 full-time, hourly paid Sustainability Fellowships for Summer 2020. Join a dynamic, collaborative office that is developing MIT’s next generation vision of campus sustainability. Read below for descriptions of each position and an overview of the details and qualifications.

  • Hours: Full time, 35 hours/week, 10 weeks – June though August 2020
  • Pay Range: $17-$20/hour
  • Open to: Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students: Current MIT and non-MIT students

To Apply: Send a resume and cover letter to mitosjobs@mit.edu  with the name of the position in the subject line.

Learn more here.

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