Category: Fellowships (page 2 of 13)

Summer Program Fellow, CitySprouts (Cambridge and Boston, MA)

Dates : June 24 – August 9, 2019 ( Program dates may shift slightly. There is some flexibility to extend for funding sources that require more hours )

Hours : 8:00am – 4:30pm , Monday – Friday

Compensation: The CitySprouts Summer Fellowship is an unpaid position

Reporting to: Program Manager

CitySprouts is a non-profit school garden program that works with public schools to build capacity to integrate the school garden into teachers’ curriculum and the school culture. CitySprouts partners with 21 public schools in Cambridge and Boston, MA. Our Middle School Program consists of both afterschool and summer programming with a goal to make the experience of garden-based learning accessible to all young people.

To apply, see directions on CitySprout’s website. Please send one page application & resume to middleschoolprogram@citysprouts.org Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, with preference given to those received before March 15, 2019

Two-year Fellowship, Environment America (various locations)

Environment America works to mobilize the support it takes to build more solar and wind power, reduce global warming pollution, keep our beaches, rivers and streams clean, protect our wildlife and wild places, and hold polluters accountable when they violate our environmental laws.

PAY & BENEFITS for Two-year Fellowship

The target annual compensation for this position is $27,000 in the first year. Environment America offers a competitive benefits package. We also offer an excellent training program and opportunities for advancement. Positions start in August 2019. Visit our website for our immediate openings.

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Videography & Storytelling position, PLAN (various locations)

Position Brief:

The Post-Landfill Action Network (PLAN) is seeking a creative storyteller who would be responsible for creating and coordinating compelling social media content, with a focus on visual storytelling, videography, social media strategy, and production of engaging copy. Over the course of this position, said person will also work closely with the team’s Graphic Designer to produce and help guide the production of visual assets, including graphics.

This position will require significant time “on the road” for our Spring 2019 Points of Intervention Tour.

How to apply:

Individuals interested in this position should send a cover letter, resume, examples of storytelling work and/or a portfolio to audrey@postlandfill.org by January 20, 2019.

Social / Video Skills Required:

·  Event / Social / Videography

·  Video editing & production

·  Event / Documentary Photography

·  Copywriting

·  Interview Skills

·  Proficiency in:

o Instagram (incl Live, TV and Story features)

o Facebook

o Twitter

o Youtube

o Blog / Vlog management

o Adobe Creative Cloud

o Project ownership from beginning to end

General Skills:

·  A passion and a demonstrated understanding of intersectionality and social, environmental, gender, and economic justice

·  Willing to approach strangers to conduct interviews, collect personal statements/quotes, etc

·  Strong personal and team task management skills, including effectively communicating timelines and needs

·  Manage many moving parts while communicating timelines and deadlines to the Creative Director

·  Ability to keep a clear head and remain flexible in times of high stress and changing situations

·  Willingness to adapt to irregular work schedule & environments (read: you will be on the road! Do you get car sick? Can you work at night sometimes? Are you comfortable driving?)

·  Excellent taste in music and a love of road flowers

·  Impressive wit and an open mind

Logistics:

·  Hours Per Week:  Full-Time 40 hours/week (flexible) with some night-time/weekend activities. While traveling on tour, some weekend travel will be required.

·  Compensation: $2,000 / month stipend – Total of $8,000 for full project period. While traveling on tour, all transportation and accommodation expenses are covered by the organization, and an additional travel stipend of $20/day will be provided for daily expenses during travel days. Additional benefits are available.

·  Start/End Dates of Contract: Monday, Feb 11 – Friday May 31, 2019

·  Location: Flexible. Position can start anywhere, and office spaces are available in Philadelphia, PA,  Dover, NH, Boulder, CO, and Columbia, SC. Position requires joining a national tour and living on the road for about 10 – 12 weeks in January, February, March, and April.

·  Eligibility: This position is intended for a person with videography and photography skills who is interested in storytelling and curating social content for our annual Spring tour.

UNH Summer Sustainability Fellowships, University of New Hampshire (various locations)

UNH Sustainability Fellowships pair outstanding students with organizations and communities across New England to work on transformative projects that propel us towards a sustainable, resilient future. The program runs for 10 weeks during the summer. Fellows receive mentorship from professionals in their field, have the opportunity to make a real impact with their work, and become part of a growing network of sustainability leaders.

  • Graduate and upper-class undergraduate students from any accredited college or university
  • Students and recent graduates from all disciplines interested in a sustainability career

 

2019 Summer Sustainability Fellowships

 

Apply online

Submit your application by February 7, 2019 at midnight.

Solar Ambassador Fellowship, RE-volv (various locations)

The Solar Ambassador Program is a year-long fellowship for undergraduates offered by RE-volv, a clean energy nonprofit organization. We’re now accepting applications for the next cohort and you can access the application here.

RE-volv’s Solar Ambassador Program is a unique opportunity for college students to develop key project management, outreach and communications skills while tangibly taking action on climate change through solar energy. Student teams will receive in-depth training in solar energy policy, financing, crowdfunding and community organizing while working in their community to deploy a solar energy project for a local nonprofit.

 

Team Application due Feb 22nd. Applications will be viewed on a first come first serve basis.

Team acceptance notified by March 8th

 APPLY HERE. 

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