Green Careers Digest: February 22nd, 2012

GREEN CAREERS DIGEST: FEBRUARY 22nd, 2012

1. All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Fair – 2/24/12
2. Program Coordinator Intern – Climate Institute (Spring)
3. Women in Conservation Program Internship – Audubon New York – (NYC)(6-Months) – PAID
4. Environmental Leadership Program – OurEarth.org (Summer)
5. Researcher – Marstel Day – Environmental Consulting (Full-Time)(Fredericksburg, VA)
6. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Internship – National Renewable Energy Laboratory (Golden, CO)
7. Grassroots Environmental Job/Internship Board (Web Resource)
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1. All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Fair in NYC – STILL TIME TO REGISTER – 2/24/12
Network with employers. Learn about green jobs and internships. Learn how to make yourself a desirable candidate in a trending market. Register for the All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Fair that will take place at Columbia University on February 24th, 2012. Each year students from Dartmouth, Columbia, Cornell, Brown, Princeton, Yale, UPenn, and Harvard convene in New York City to network with employers and learn about opportunities. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/wkFlJn or email Jesse.Wingate@Dartmouth.edu.

2. Program Coordinator Intern – Climate Institute (Spring)
Program Coordinator of the nascent Center for Environmental Leadership Training (CELT), the Institute’s education arm in the US position open for Spring 2012. For more information, search Job ID: 3685 in DartBoard.

3. Women in Conservation Program Internship – Audubon New York – (NYC)(6-Months) – PAID
Audubon is looking for a 6 month Program Intern. This paid position will be based at Audubon’s national headquarters in their beautiful Platinum LEED Certified “green” offices in New York City. Apply by 2/24/12; for more information, search Job ID: 4491 in DartBoard.

4. Environmental Leadership Program – OurEarth.org (Summer)
OurEarth.org is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Its mission is to engage, empower, and nurture current and future environmental leaders by providing access to information. OurEarth.org combines a novel combination of grassroots activism, education, and internet technology to achieve its goals. http://bit.ly/ySu8Cc

5. Researcher – Marstel Day – Environmental Consulting (Full-Time)(Fredericksburg, VA)
Marstel-Day, LLC, an environmental consulting and planning firm, seeks one or more qualified individuals possessing a strong commitment to a conservation ethic, a strong desire to identify and support strategies for natural resource conservation, and a commitment to use green best management practices in the performance of their work. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/x7Anyk Ref ID: 2011-012

6. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Internship – National Renewable Energy Laboratory (Golden, CO)
Working with staff in the GIS service center to create high quality data, analysis and mapping products. NREL is the nation’s primary laboratory for research, development and deployment of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. Apply directly through site at: http://1.usa.gov/nSpun – Search Req #: 2388BR

7. Grassroots Environmental Job/Internship Board (Web Resource)
Looking for an internship or an entry-level job relating to field studies, conservation, food systems, agriculture, watershed projects, land stewardship or other environmental-related fields? Check out: http://jobs.oriongrassroots.org/

 

Women In Conservation 6-Mos. Program Intern (New York City) – PAID

WOMEN IN CONSERVATION PROGRAM INTERNSHIP

Help Audubon build & further develop its exciting Woman in Conservation Program! We are now accepting applications for our Program Intern position.

Time Requirement: Approximately 25-30 hours per week

Duration:  January 2012 – June 2012

Compensation: Paid

POSITION DETAILS:

Audubon is looking for a 6 month Program Intern.  This paid position will be based at Audubon’s national headquarters in their beautiful Platinum LEED Certified “green” offices in New York City.  The intern will work directly with Audubon’s development staff on the Women in Conservation Program and the organization’s prestigious Rachel Carson Award.  Additionally the intern will be working with Award Council Founding Chair, Allison Rockefeller, in her midtown offices near Rockefeller Center.

The Internship will:

Introduce you to the environmental non-profit world, National Audubon Society and the concept and developments of its Women in Conservation Program.

  • Allow you to work alongside Audubon staff and other key players and individuals that are invested in the mission and success of the Program.
  • Tailor projects and duties in order to showcase your individual strengths, talents and interests.
  • Include projects in the areas of Non-Profit Project Management, Event Planning, Public Relations, Design Work, Press and Publications, and Website Development.

 

Job responsibilities would include:

  • Develop content for the Women in Conservation website which serves as an educational and resource tool connecting women across the country with environmental and conservation efforts.
  • Providing event support for the Annual Awards Council Meeting, Awards Council Site Visits and assist with planning for Women in Conservation’s Rachel Carson Award Spring Luncheon.
  • Providing support for the Annual Awards Council Conservation Tour,
  • Conduct media outreach by enhancing press releases, press kits and social networking presence.
  • Assistance with the development, planning, and marketing of new initiatives in the Women in Conservation Program including Women in Conservation Volunteer Days and our first Annual Spring Student Panel.
  • Active participation in all Women in Conservation Meetings.

We are looking for candidates with strong verbal, interpersonal, and organizational skills who can bring a positive and enthusiastic approach to all tasks. The ideal candidate would be able to tackle multiple projects and assignments simultaneously, be a self starter and be comfortable working independently.

To apply please submit your resume and cover letter directly to the Audubon Career Website using the following link: https://careers-audubon.icims.com/jobs/1254/job

Green Careers Digest: October 13th, 2011

GREEN CAREERS DIGEST: OCTOBER 13th, 2011

1.) BROWNFIELD INDUSTRY INFORMATION (RESOURCE & JOB BOARD)
2.) TOPTENUSA – EXERCISE YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR
3.)
OPERATION WALLACEA PRESENTATION (CONSERVATION RESEARCH) – 10/20 at 1 PM
4.) ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM BULLETINS – UPCOMING EVENTS
5.) AMERICAN COUNCIL ON RENEWABLE ENERGY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
6.) ALL IVY ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FAIR – SAVE THE DATE – 2/24/2012
7.) AS YOU SOW – NON-PROFIT CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY – VARIED RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS
8.) FALL 2012 – E.P.A. GREATER RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES FELLOWSHIP (2 – YEAR PROGRAM)
9.) START NETWORKING WITH THE DARTMOUTH GREEN ALUMNI GROUP!
10.) CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP (INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES)

1.) BROWNFIELD INDUSTRY INFORMATION (RESOURCE & JOB BOARD)
BrownfieldRenewal.com is designed to be the online guide to smart remediation, redevelopment, and reuse of brownfields. The website brings you the latest industry news, the most up-to-date information. In addition, you can see video interviews and search through jobs and internships in the brownfields industry.

2.) TOPTENUSA – EXERCISE YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR
TopTen USA is the leading source of independent information on the energy efficiency of common products. A nonprofit, TopTen identifies and publicizes the most energy-efficient products on the market. Internship(s) will post in DartBoard soon. For more information, contact Jesse.Wingate@Dartmouth.edu.

3.) OPERATION WALLACEA PRESENTATION (CONSERVATION RESEARCH) – 10/20 at 1 PM
Operation Wallacea is a network of academics from European and North American universities, who design and implement biodiversity and conservation management research programmes. Research opportunities for students available. On-campus presentation will be held on Thursday, October 20th, at 1 PM at 105 Life Sciences Center. For more information please visit: www.opwall.com.

4.) ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM BULLETINS – UPCOMING EVENTS
Interested in learning more about opportunities on campus? Visit the Environmental Studies Program page for more information about upcoming events, programs, and industry-specific information at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~envs/bulletins.html

5.) AMERICAN COUNCIL ON RENEWABLE ENERGY INTERNSHIPS (WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER)
The ACORE internship program is designed for individuals interested in making a career in the renewable energy industry. The focus of the program is to assist young professionals along the path of professional development, gaining the knowledge, resources and experience they need to join the renewable energy industry, whether it be in industry and trade, finance or policy. For more information, visit: http://www.acore.org/acore-internship-program

6.) ALL IVY ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FAIR – SAVE THE DATE – 2/24/2012
The All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Fair will be hosted by Columbia University on 2/24/2012. For up-to-date information, follow the Facebook Fan Page at http://on.fb.me/q676Fy.

7.) AS YOU SOW – NON-PROFIT CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY – VARIED RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS
Toxics Research Intern; Extended Producer Responsibility Research Intern; Solar Research Intern

As You Sow promotes environmental and social corporate responsibility through shareholder advocacy, coalition building, and innovative legal strategies. As You Sow is based in San Francisco, but has virtual opportunities. Toxics Research internship requires background in chemistry. Solar Research internship requires engineering coursework. For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/qCUkm8

8.) E.P.A. GREATER RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES FELLOWSHIP (2 – YR. PROGRAM) DEADLINE: 12/12/2011
The GRO Undergraduate Fellowship is intended for students entering their last two years of study before obtaining their first bachelor’s degree. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowships program, is offering Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) undergraduate fellowships for students in environmental fields of study. For more information, visit: http://1.usa.gov/pNB8ad

9.) START NETWORKING WITH THE DARTMOUTH GREEN ALUMNI GROUP!
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 other sectors aiming to build a greener, more just and sustainable future for humanity. Visit the website at: http://www.dartmouthgreenalumni.org/

10.) CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIPS (INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES)
Conservation International’s science, policy and field work focuses on protecting and maintaining the health of the species, habitats and ecosystems that are the building blocks of a healthy planet. There are varying opportunities abroad; from Peru to Mexico, and Columbia to Liberia. Conservation International has internships for individuals with non-environmental study related backgrounds as well. Visit the website for more information: http://bit.ly/n8qAQ8