Sign Up Now for the All Ivy Environmental Fair (3/3/2017)

screen-shot-2016-12-22-at-10-10-20-amRegistration is now open for the 14th annual All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair!

All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career
March 3rd, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Alfred Lerner Hall, New York, NY

The Fair is held on the campus of Columbia University and is a great way to meet potential employers and to network with other students. Every year, we host this event with other Ivies to connect students with representatives who are hiring at top organizations.

We will be providing low-cost transportation options via van to New York. Sign up for a ride down will begin in early February and is first-come, first-serve. (More information to be provided in early January.)

At the Fair you will be able to meet potential employers from public agencies, consulting firms, nonprofit organizations, business and industry. Learn about careers, internships, part- and full-time opportunities.

To Register

  1. Visit the All Ivy Career Fair website
  2. Click on the Registration tab and select “as a job seeker”
  3. Register for a new account (if you attended the All Ivy Fair last year, then use the  same user/password)
  4. Once logged in, click on Events > Career Fairs > All Ivy Fair > RSVP
  5. Submit your resume to the All Ivy Resume Book

Let’s go get green jobs and internships!

All Ivy Environmental Career Fair: Save the Date & Sign Up!

All Ivy Environmental & Sustainability Career Fair

Interested in pursuing a green career? Passionate about environmental issues?

Dartmouth is proud to be collaborating with our peer institutions on the All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair.

When: Friday, February 27
Where: Columbia University, New York, NY (transportation help available)

Over 40 organizations have already registered! The event will include panels on sustainable agriculture and entrepreneurship – as well as on-site interviewing opportunities.

Student registration is open. You can register here and follow updates through the Facebook Fan Page. When you register, you’ll be invited to upload a copy of your resume to share with employers in the event’s official online resume book. (To be considered for on-site interviewing, register for the event and upload your resume by January 15.)

We’ve reserved several minivans to travel down to the fair and – as in the past – we will subsidize part of the transportation costs. Registration for transportation will begin on February 2nd – stay tuned for details.

Let’s go get green jobs!

Sponsored by the Office of Sustainability, the Environmental Studies program, the Center for Professional Development and Thayer School Career Services.

Join us for a Road Trip to the All-Ivy Environmental Career Fair!

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NOTE: Please read ENTIRE post or you will miss the bus!

Interested in landing a green job or internship? Attend the All-Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career Fair, to be held Friday, February 28 at Columbia University in New York. Over 60 employers will be participating, including representatives from for-profit organizations, government and non-profit.

The Center for Professional Development is partnering with the Sustainability Office, the Environmental Studies Department and Thayer School to provide transportation via Mini-Bus to the career fair.

Busses will be leaving at 6am on the morning of February 28th, traveling to Columbia University for the fair and returning to Hanover that evening.

SPACE IS LIMITED TO 30 STUDENTS:

  • Sign up by blitzing Sustainable.Dartmouth@dartmouth.edu by Friday, February 7th by 5pm. Spaces are first-come first serve. Reservations will be accepted beginning at 8 am on Tuesday, January 21. We will keep a wait list.
  • All students who sign-up for the trip are required to pay a deposit of $20 to hold their place. $10 will be returned the morning of the trip. Deposit can be brought to 103 Fairchild, Sustainability Office hours Thursday from 12-2pm in Robo 108, or sent to Jenna Musco HB# 6182 (Checks should be made out to the Dartmouth Sustainability Office).
  • All students signed up for the trip must register for the fair. Student registration is free and will allow you to share your resume with participating employers seeking to fill openings for full-time positions and internships.

Let’s go get awesome GREEN JOBS!

 

Save the Date: All Ivy Environmental Career Fair 2/28

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Are you interested in pursuing a green career? Passionate about environmental issues?

Dartmouth is proud to be in collaboration with our peer institutions on the All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair, to be held at Columbia University on Friday, February 28.

Employers are just beginning to register for the fair. Student registration is now open also. You can register here, but there’s no rush to do so. Early in Winter term, we’ll be sharing information on group transportation options to the event. Last year, many students traveled down on the Big Green Bus!

To stay posted on this year’s event, we encourage you to also subscribe to the Facebook Fan Page.

Career Blitz: Environmental

  1. 4 Myths About Green, Environmental, and Infrastructure Jobs – ARTICLE (Job-Hunt.org)
  2. American Farm School (Post-Graduate) – POST-GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS (Apply by March 15), Thessaloniki, Greece
  3. American GeoSciences Fellowship – INTERNSHIPS (Deadline March 15), Washington, DC
  4. Environmental and Energy Study Institute – INTERNSHIPS (Apply now), Washington, DC
  5. Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership – INTERNSHIPS (Deadline March 15), Hurricane Island, Maine)
  6. MillerCoors – SUSTAINABILITY INTERNSHIP (Apply now), Milwaukee, WI
  7. NativeEnergy – INTERN (Apply Now), Burlington, VT
  8. New York City Department of Environmental Protection – INTERNSHIP, New York, NY
  9. Trends in Environmental Jobs and Employment – ARTICLE (Environmental Programs.Net)
  10. World Resources Institute – RESEARCH INTERN (Apply Now), Washington, DC

4 Myths About Green, Environmental, and Infrastructure Jobs – ARTICLE (Job-Hunt.org)
http://bit.ly/li5ohO

American Farm School (Post-Graduate) – POST-GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS (Apply by March 15), Thessaloniki, Greece
Five post-graduate teaching fellowships are available at independent, nonprofit educational institution founded in 1904 to serve the needs of Greece and the surrounding Balkan areas. The School prepares its graduates for prominent roles in community life and in the agriculture and food sectors by teaching farming and business practices that are economically viable, ecologically sound and socially responsible.
http://bit.ly/YsYlR9

American GeoSciences Fellowship – INTERNSHIPS (Apply by March 15), Washington, DC
Interested in public policy and in how Washington impacts the geoscience community? Gain a first-hand understanding of the legislative process and the operation of executive branch agencies while honing your writing, research, and web publishing skills. Stipend provided.
http://bit.ly/QZ7CkZ

Environmental and Energy Study Institute – INTERNSHIPS (Apply Now), Washington, DC
Provide substantive help to advance our environmental and energy policy agenda. Gain insight into the workings of Congress and the federal legislative process, knowledge of significant environmental and energy issues, and learn how to build coalitions with other organizations.
http://bit.ly/YSB2jz

Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership – INTERNSHIPS (Deadline March 15), Hurricane Island, Maine
Hands-on experiential education opportunity. Gain field research experience and leadership training in a remote off-shore environment. Internships available in Research, Infrastructure and Design.
http://bit.ly/XamexB

MillerCoors – SUSTAINABILITY INTERNSHIP (Apply now), Milwaukee, WI
Support the sustainability team with departmental research and strategic planning assignments. Communicate regularly with members of the Public Affairs and Communications Organization, research and write on issues of substantive importance in Sustainability in meetings with external organizations, and educate consumers on drunk driving prevention and recycling.
bit.ly/YTp5Jf

NativeEnergy – INTERN (Apply Now), Burlington, VT
Gain valuable educational experience in carbon accounting, marketing, sales, and project development. Interns have moved on to careers in the energy sector, public policy, environmental advocacy, and other fields.
http://bit.ly/15eLt55

New York City Department of Environmental Protection – INTERNSHIP, New York, NY
Help preserve and protect NYC’s water supply and make New York City more sustainable. Projects include participating in mega projects, working with state and Federal regulators on critical water quality issues, and helping to “design and build the most ingenious water system in the world?
http://on.nyc.gov/XBEIVD

Trends in Environmental Jobs and Employment – ARTICLE (Environmental Programs.Net)
http://bit.ly/ZEHT4U

World Resources Institute – RESEARCH INTERN (Apply Now), Washington, DC
Assist in the President’s Office of a research and policy organization focusing on the intersection of the environment and socio-economic development. This is a paid internship available now; search site for other internship opportunities in summer and off-term.
http://bit.ly/YSAwSF

Check out additional resources through Career Services here: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/explore/careers/env.html

Make an appointment by calling 603-646-2215

 

 

2/28 & 3/1 Tuck Conference on the Power of Incentives (Apply Now!)

Apply now to attend. Applications due 2/13.

 

Every year, MBA students at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business organize and host a conference that examines the impact of a selected initiative on business and society. This year, the conference examines the influence that incentives can play in improving the quality of life across sectors — from healthcare and education to clean energy and social change.

The conference organizers have graciously offered up to 30 undergraduates the opportunity to attend the conference for free. The application process for an invitation is simple — review the conference website, and tell us:

  • Why you want to attend,
  • What you hope to gain from the experience,
  • And how you hope to connect what you learn to your career.To apply, click here.

All applications are due by Wednesday, February 13. Invites will be issued by February 20. (If you have to miss a session or two during class, that’s okay!)

 

All Ivy Career Fair 3/1: Save Your Spot on the Big Green Bus!

Banner for the All Ivy Career Fair showing shields of participating universities and March 1 date

Career Services is partnering with the Sustainability Office to provide round-trip transportation for 20 students to the All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair at Columbia University in New York on March 1.

The Big Green Bus will be leaving at 6am and traveling to Columbia University for one of the best Environmental Career Fairs around!  Last year over 70 employers participated, including representatives from for-profit organizations, government and non-profit.

Visit the career fair website to learn more about the conference and register.

Signing up for the fair and the road trip is a two-step process if you want a ride.

  1. Register to attend the fair on the conference website. It’s free and will allow you to share your resume with participating employers seeking to fill openings for full-time positions and internships.
  2. Secure your space on the Big Green Bus. Send an e-mail to Sustainable.Dartmouth@dartmouth.edu and pay a deposit of $20 to hold your spot.
     (You’ll get $10 back on the bus).Deposits can be delivered to:  The Sustainability Office in Steele 112 (You can also drop off a deposit during office hours in Robinson Hall from noon to 2 pm in Robinson 108 or by sending a check to Jenna Musco HB #6182)

    All checks must be made out to the Dartmouth Sustainability Office.

Transportation is limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The deadline to secure a spot on the bus is Friday, February 15.

Let’s go get awesome GREEN JOBS and INTERNSHIPS!

 

CAREER BLITZ: Environmental

  1. Ceres – Winter & Spring Internships  (Boston, MA)
  2. Department of Agriculture – Post-Graduate Position  (Geneva, NY)
  3. National Science Foundation – Summer Research – Environmental  (Nationwide)
  4. All Ivy Environmental Career Fair –  (1-Mar-13) (Columbia University, New York, NY)
  5. Donald J. Cohen Fellowship in Developmental Social Neuroscience – Fellowship – 2 Years (Apply by January 7)
  6. Earth Island Journal – Internship (Interim/Winter) (Berkeley, CA)
  7. Sierra Club – Environmental Apprentice Careers Program (Post-Graduate) (Washington, DC, San Francisco & Minneapolis)
  8. Caterpillar – Environmental Health & Safety Intern (Summer) (Athens, GA)
  9. Clean Edison – Internship (Winter) (New York, NY)
  10. Tennessee Valley Authority – Geography/Biology Internship (Winter/Spring) (Muscle Shoals, AL)
  11. Overview: Government Jobs in Environmental Science – Resource

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Ceres – Winter & Spring Internships (Boston, MA)
Ceres is an advocate for sustainability leadership. Interns support program, Communications, and Development staff working with a wide variety of constituents: environmental activists, investors, funders, and corporations on topics ranging from public policy to corporate accountability and education on risks associated with climate change.
http://bit.ly/VikJJX

Department of Agriculture – Post-Graduate Position (Geneva, NY)
Help find solutions to Agricultural problems that affect Americans every day, from field to table through supporting research at Plant Genetics Resources Unit
http://1.usa.gov/Uh58JA

National Science Foundation – Summer Research – Environmental (Nationwide)
Directory of National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates Program. This is a listing of opportunities available for Environmental Science related programs, visit individual sites for program details and application deadlines.
http://1.usa.gov/UIo7kT

All Ivy Environmental Career Fair – (Columbia University, New York, NY)
Meet with representatives from organizations hiring for internships and full-time employees. Registration is now open and free for students!
http://bit.ly/VJCnZ2

Donald J. Cohen Fellowship in Developmental Social Neuroscience – Fellowship – 2 Years
Participate in cutting-edge clinical research on social cognition in infants at risk for autism at the Marcus Autism Center at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.   The Center also works in partnership with the CDC, the Yerkes National Primate Center, and the Georgia Institute of Technology.  Research autism from a multidisciplinary approach across institutions, spanning projects in behavioral neuroscience, neuroimaging, molecular and population genetics, and treatment.
http://bit.ly/Xv2Ptz

Earth Island Journal – Internship (Berkeley, CA)
Interested in the environment and the future of our planet? Build knowledge, expand your research and fact-checking skills and gain experience in reporting/writing.
http://bit.ly/Xv3T0p

Sierra Club – Environmental Apprentice Careers Program (Washington, DC, San Francisco & Minneapolis)
Sierra Club’s Environmental Apprenticeship is a 6-month training program to cultivate future leaders in environmental advocacy. This program is designed for recent college graduates who are interested in legislation, media, and community outreach as a means of promoting green initiatives. Applications for the 2013 program begin late December.
http://bit.ly/TK3S5n

Caterpillar – Environmental Health & Safety Intern (Athens, GA)
Assist Environmental Health & Safety team with updating and developing safety and environmental programs and supporting procedures
http://bit.ly/TK3B2f

Clean Edison – Internship (New York, NY)
Learn about the clean technology industry and gain hands-on experience at a sustainable-focused start-up in Midtown Manhattan.
http://bit.ly/WM2wW9

Tennessee Valley Authority – Geography/Biology Internship (Muscle Shoals, AL)
Support Kentucky Reservoir Land Planning and Natural Resource Management efforts. Responsibilities include editing draft map documents and GIS databases based on comprehensive biological data, existing contractual agreements, and agreement of project teams.
http://bit.ly/Uh640n

Overview: Government Jobs in Environmental Science – Resource
Interested in applying for a full-time position in environmental science? Check out this site for an overview of available government positions — from internships to full-time jobs across Federal agencies.
http://bit.ly/TF6tuR

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Check out more Environmental Career resources here: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/explore/careers/env.html

Make an appointment by calling 603-646-2215

 

Career Blitz: Environmental

  1. American Geoscientists Institute  – Public Policy Internship (Summer) (Washington, DC)
  2. Council of Foreign Relations – Internships (Winter & Spring) (New York, NY & Washington, DC)
  3. Dartmouth Green Alumni – Resource (Virtual – visit website to join)
  4. Ecologic Development Fund – Internship (Communications, Special Events or Media) (Cambridge, MA)
  5. Energy Action Coalition – Fellowship (Summer 2013) (Washington, DC)
  6. NativeEnergy – Winter/Spring Internship (Marketing) (Burlington, VT)
  7. NetImpact – Resource (Virtual)
  8. New Generation Energy – Internship (Research & Project)
  9. Oceana – Internship (Web Development/Design) (Washington, DC)
  10. Philadelphia Zoo – Internship Expo (Open House) (5-Jan-13) (Philadelphia, PA)

American Geoscientists Institute – Summer Internship (Public Policy (Washington, DC)
Have an interest in public policy and in how Washington impacts the geoscience community? Paid interns at the American Geosciences Institute gain a first-hand understanding of the legislative process and the operation of executive branch agencies, the opportunity to write articles that are published in The Professional Geologist.
http://bit.ly/QZ7CkZ

Council of Foreign Relations – Internships (Winter & Spring) (New York, NY and Washington, DC)
The Council of Foreign Relations has a number of internships available in environmental and sustainability foreign policy. These provide skills and training in areas such as writing, research, and program planning. Provide direct assistance to the Council of Foreign Relations’ Fellow for Energy and the Environment. This is a part-time volunteer position.
http://on.cfr.org/STgq7l

Dartmouth Green Alumni – Resource (Virtual (Visit website to join))
The mission of Dartmouth Green Alumni (DGA) is to unite, strengthen, and provide opportunities for members of the Dartmouth community engaged in the environmental, energy, technology, and related sectors. DGA accomplishes promotes  career networking, information sharing, and leadership development among its members. Membership open to all members of the Dartmouth community.
http://bit.ly/10e9dF9

Ecologic Development Fund – Internship (Communications, Special Events or Media) (Cambridge, MA)
EcoLogic, a not-for-profit environmental organization that empowers rural and indigenous peoples to restore and protect tropical ecosystems, seeks interns to assist with operations and fundraising in their Cambridge, MA office. This is an unpaid internship with a minimum work time of 10 hours per week.
http://bit.ly/UJAclA

Energy Action Coalition – Fellowship (Washington, DC)
Gain hands-on experience, while advancing Energy Action Coalition’s effort to create a clean, just and renewable energy future. Summer Fellows join Energy Action Coalition staff and coalition partners to help coordinate and lead joint campaign efforts. Rolling deadlines (apply early)
http://bit.ly/SeDVcB

NativeEnergy – Winter/Spring Internship (Marketing) (Burlington, VT)
NativeEnergy an expert provider of carbon offsets, renewable energy credits, and carbon accounting software seeks a Marketing Intern. Gain educational experience and knowledge of carbon accounting, marketing, sales, and project development. Past interns have moved on to careers in the energy sector, public policy, environmental advocacy, and other fields.
http://bit.ly/QZ7xxH

NetImpact – Resource (Virtual)
Net Impact’s website provides job seekers looking to build careers with positive social and environmental impact with job and internship leads. Opportunities available in sustainable and mission-driven businesses and social enterprises, corporate responsibility roles, non-profits, foundations and government agencies.
http://bit.ly/Qvbqun

New Generation Energy – Internship (Research & Project) ()
Assist with green technology research (renewable energy and energy efficiency) and project management (working with organizations from start to finish with green project design and implementation). The ideal candidate will have experience with renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and some exposure to project management.
http://bit.ly/XCfrQw

Oceana – Internship (Web Development/Design) (Washington, DC)
OCEANA, an international organization focused solely on protecting the world’s oceans, seeks a web design/development intern for our marketing and communications team in our Washington, DC office.   Join us and learn best practices for online communications, activism and fundraising while playing a part in protecting the world’s oceans.
http://bit.ly/Y3wPNd

Philadelphia Zoo – Internship Expo (Open House) (Philadelphia, PA)
Learn more about internships at the Philadelphia Zoo.  Staff from the Animal Care and Education internship programs, including current and/or former interns, will give a presentation about their programs and provide a tour of the Zoo. Topics will include the application process, program requirements and expectations. Advanced RSVP Required
http://bit.ly/TQ3M8k

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Check out more Environmental Career resources here: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/explore/careers/env.html

Career Blitz: Environmental


TOPICS INCLUDE:

  1. 3M – ENVIRONMENTAL INTERNSHIP (Minnesota)
  2. Altenex – INTERNSHIP (ANALYST) (Boston, MA)
  3. Anschutz Entertainment Group – SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP (Los Angeles, CA)
  4. Audobon – EDUCATION INTERNSHIP (New York)
  5. Climate Reality Society – INTERNSHIP (Washington, D.C.)
  6. Columbia University – POST-GRADUATE (2013 – 2014) (New York)
  7. Earthjustice – COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP (San Francisco)
  8. Environment Massachusetts – FELLOWSHIP/POST-GRADUATE (Massachusetts)
  9. Green America Editorial Fellow – INTERNSHIP (Washington, D.C.)
  10. Green Citizen – INTERNSHIP/POST-GRADUATE (San Jose, CA)
  11. National Wildlife Foundation – RESOURCE (N/A)

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3MENVIRONMENTAL INTERNSHIP (Minnesota)
Help a Fortune 250 company conduct assessments of R&D systems and physical areas, and implement initiatives to ensure internal and external compliance with Environmental Health and Safety guidelines.
http://bit.ly/RecGi3

AltenexINTERNSHIP (ANALYST) (Boston, MA)
Altenex, an innovative energy and emissions management network that brings clarity to emerging low carbon energy markets, seeks an intern to research Power Markets, renewable Energy Developers, write white papers and help identify new client prospects.
http://bit.ly/SWE5EZ

Anschutz Entertainment GroupSUSTAINABILITY COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP (Los Angeles, CA)
Work closely with Sustainability staff to design and develop sustainable education and communication support materials, and assist with managing relationships with non-profits and EPA partnerships.
http://bit.ly/VzvX1R

AudobonEDUCATION INTERNSHIP (New York)
Play a key role in helping to collect and analyze data for the TogetherGreen Volunteer Days program, distributing educational content, responding to public inquiries, as well as writing, editing, and content development.
http://bit.ly/TIBu3O

Climate Reality SocietyINTERNSHIP (Washington, D.C.)
Gain hands on experience in political and policy research, message strategy and execution from a national non-profit dedicated to galvanizing the American public around solving the climate crisis. (Organization founded by Al Gore.)
http://wapo.st/Xh2PwK

Columbia UniversityPOST-GRADUATE (New York)
Interdisciplinary M.A. program designed to help students understand advances in climate science and forecasting and connect them with meaningful decisions. Graduates of the 12-month program work at the nexus of social science, climate science and public policy.
http://bit.ly/SraySW

EarthjusticeCOMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP (San Francisco)
Gain first-hand experience in marketing and communications for a large, non-profit works. Work directly with Communications department at organization’s headquarters in to generate media coverage and brand awareness.
http://bit.ly/WvZdrB

Environment MassachusettsFELLOWSHIP/POST-GRADUATE (Massachusetts)
Seeking recent college graduates with the passion, the commitment and the talent it takes to stand up to polluting industries, organize support and fight for our environmental values. (Apply now for 2013 fellowship program.)
http://bit.ly/RecO19

Green America Editorial FellowINTERNSHIP (Washington, D.C.)
Research, write, edit and gain exposure to many aspects of magazine publishing while working on behalf of non-profit membership organization dedicated to creating a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.
http://bit.ly/SL8Y0H

Green CitizenINTERNSHIP/POST-GRADUATE (San Jose, CA)
Eco-Center Manager Intern-to-Hire will be involved in all operations of the GreenCitizen centers in the Mountain View, Burlingame, and Silicon Valley Area. They will also be in involved in future expansion in the Cupertino, North San Jose, Fremont, and Pleasanton areas. This is initially an internship position, but there is an excellent opportunity for growth into a full-time position at the completion of the internship.
http://bit.ly/Xh2Xwq

National Wildlife FoundationRESOURCE (N/A)
Free publication of best practices in designing, implementing and evaluation of student sustainability education programs gathered from 18 campuses. Developed by the National Wildlife Federation and Association for the Advancement for Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
http://bit.ly/SraDG8

Check out more Environmental Career resources here: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/explore/careers/env.html

Make an appointment by calling 603-646-2215