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!

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


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

Career Blitz: Environmental

TOPICS INCLUDE

  1. Environmental Protection Agency Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) – FELLOWSHIP (2 Yrs) (Nationwide)
  2. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) – FELLOWSHIP (2 Yrs) (Nationwide)
  3. WorldWatch Institute – INTERNSHIP (3 Months) (Washington, DC)
  4. Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association – INTERNSHIP  (Washington, DC)
  5. The Nature Conservancy – SUMMER INTERNSHIP (Richmond, VA)
  6. Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) INTERNSHIP  (Massachusetts)
  7. Environmental Protection in the Carribean (EPIC) – WINTER INTERNSHIP (St. Maarten, Carribbean)
  8. Environmental Law Institute – INTERNSHIP  (Washington, DC)
  9. Tips on Finding an Informational Interview – ADVICE  (Video from UPenn)

1.      Environmental Protection Agency Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) – FELLOWSHIP (Nationwide) Are you a sophomore or junior studying Environmental Studies? The EPA is awarding 40 new fellowships.  Receive up to $20,700 per year of undergraduate study and $6,800 for an internship at an EPA facility during the summer junior year. Deadline to apply is December 5. http://1.usa.gov/QdxPaO

2.      National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) – FELLOWSHIP (Nationwide) The Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program provides funding to increase training in oceanic and atmospheric science, research, technology, and education. Money is provided for up to two academic years (Junior and Senior) as well as a paid internship with NOAA. http://1.usa.gov/SPJs6D

3.      WorldWatch Institute – INTERNSHIP (Washington, DC)
Serve as an integral member of WorldWatch’s Climate and Energy team. Intern priorites range from building and analyzing low-carbon development scenarios for low- and middle-income countries to contributing to our economic modeling work, estimating Levelized Cost of Electricity (LCOE) as part of Sustainable Energy Roadmap projects for Caribbean countries. http://wapo.st/QR4pBH

4.      Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association – INTERNSHIP (Washington, DC)
Policy & Communications Intern. Gain hands-on experience in energy, environmental and technology communications, marketing and public policy. Be a part of a small, hardworking team in a campaign atmosphere. Your work will range from attending congressional hearings and briefings to grass roots outreach, research and writing items for publication. A travel stipend will be provided.
http://wapo.st/SML3QM

5.      The Nature Conservancy – SUMMER INTERNSHIP (Richmond, VA)
Help TNC build a broader constituency for conservation, and reach and engage audiences new to TNC and young professionals in our target markets. Travel to public TNC preserves, interview conservation staff, and write about and capture on film what you see. Create short web articles and video “shorts” on each trip, and help promote through social media. http://bit.ly/R4JZSS

6.      Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) – INTERNSHIP  – VOLUNTEER (Massachusetts) Receive education, training, hands-on experience, supervision, and networking opportunities. Opportunities may include participation in statewide conferences, trainings, and/or workshops. Field trips, brown-bag lunch and a project concluding with a formal presentation are all active components of the internship experience. http://1.usa.gov/VXyn8O

7.      Environmental Protection in the Caribbean (EPIC) – INTERNSHIP – WINTER (St. Maarten, Caribbean) Provide interactive presentations and field trips to primary and secondary school students about the importance of environmental issues. A $50 stipend/week and reimbursement for travel on-island is provided. Unfortunately, you need to get to St. Maarten on your own dime! http://bit.ly/QSbQZi

8.      Environmental Law Institute – INTERNSHIP (Washington, DC) Support the research and publications departments of the Institute, working directly with staff attorneys, editors, scientists, and economists on projects ranging from biodiversity and air quality to international environmental policy. http://bit.ly/UHk6iz

9.      Tips on Finding an Informational Interview – ADVICE
Tips from a Upenn Environmental Studies Major on how to research, network and apply for environmental internships. http://bit.ly/VOSQhE

Want more leads? Check out the resources listed on our Environmental page.

Work to work in an Environmental Field? Environmental Blitz Bulletin

Every two weeks during the term, we send a short list of environmental career opportunities to all students who have subscribed to receive this information via Dartboard. If you see something you want to share with the list, send an e-mail to Chandlee Bryan (mailto:mchandlee@dartmouth.edu)
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TOPICS INCLUDE: 

1)      Environment America –  Environmental Fellowship Program POST-GRAD (2 yr)

2)      Green Corps – Environmental Leadership Program POST-GRAD (1 yr) (Nationwide)

3)      New York Sun Works – WINTER INTERNSHIP (NY)

4)      Smithsonian Environmental Research Center’s (SERC) INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (MD)

5)      United Nations Environment Programme – WINTER INTERN (DC)

6)      Climate Institute – WINTER INTERNSHIP (DC)

7)      DOE Science Undergraduate Laboratory INTERNSHIPS (Nationwide)

8)      Vermont Institute of Natural Science – INTERNSHIP

9)      All Ivy Environmental Career Fair – March 1 (NY)

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1)      Environment America  – Environmental Fellowship Program (2 yr.) (Nation-wide) (POST-GRAD) Environment America is a federation of state-based, citizen-funded environmental advocacy organizations. The two-year Fellowship Program for recent graduates teaches participants to plan and run strategic state and national campaigns. Learn how to identify solutions to critical environmental problems and organize public support for your campaigns. To apply, submit your application through Dartboard by October 7.

2)      Green Corps  –  Environmental Leadership Program  (1 Yr)  (Nation-wide)
Green Corps organizers have built the campaigns that helped keep the Arctic safe from drilling, that led to new laws supporting clean, renewable energy, and convinced major corporations to stop dumping in our oceans.  Get hands-on experience fighting to solve urgent environmental problems — global warming, deforestation, water pollution and many others — with groups such as Sierra Club and Food and Water Watch. 35 college graduates from across the U.S. will be selected to participate in this paid program. Apply through Dartboard by October 7.

3)      New York Sun Works – Winter Internship (NYC)
Implement a hands-on/project based environmental sciences curriculum while using 21st century urban farming technology at a cutting-edge learning environment, the Greenhouse Project Classrooms in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Help Greenhouse Project classroom teachers with daily teaching and system maintenance for facility with features ranging from solar panels and hydroponics to a fish farm and weather station. The position is unpaid but includes a Metro card for transportation. Application deadline to apply for winter deadlines is Friday, October 5.

4)      Smithsonian Environmental Research Center’s (SERC) Internship Program  (MD) Gain hands-on experience in environmental research and education working directly with senior researchers. A National Science Foundation (NSF) designated Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU), projects include terrestrial, atmospheric and estuarine environmental research work. Paid opportunities available throughout the year.

5)      The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Winter Internship (DC)
The United Nations Environment Programme’s Regional Office for North America (RONA), works to ensure that UNEP global programs satisfactorily address regional needs and priorities. Projects are assigned based on skills, knowledge and interests; opportunities available in Communications, Government Affairs, Environment Research, Environment Policy, Ecosystems Management and the Scientific Technical Advisory Panel (STAP)/Global Environment Facility (GEF). Winter application deadline is October 15.

6)      The Climate Institute  Winter Internship (DC)
The Climate Institute seeks to inform key government and corporate decision-makers, heighten international awareness of climate change, and identify practical ways of achieving significant emissions reductions. Voluntary internships are available in Washington, DC and on a virtual basis. Apply now for winter term internships – and follow-up to educate the Institute on your availability based on the Dartmouth term calendar.

7)      Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) – Nationwide
The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) program encourages undergraduate students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers by providing research experiences at the Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratories. Winter application deadline is October 1.

8)      Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) – Internship (Quechee, VT)
VINS provides environmental education programs for adults, families, and school children; partners with leading conservation organizations to promote environmental science field research; and operates New England’s premier avian wildlife rehabilitation clinic at the VINS Nature Center. Call to discuss potential opportunities for Winter term.

9)      All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career FairMarch 1, 2013 (NY)
Interested in environmental internships, full-time jobs, and career opportunities from grad school and sustainability to wind power and environmental advocacy? Mark your calendar for March 1, 2013. You’re invited.

CAREER BLITZ: Green Careers

CAREER BLITZ: GREEN CAREERS

1. CLEAN ENERGY ASSOCIATE – Environment New Hampshire (Full-Time)(Concord, NH)
2. CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES – Association of Climate Change Officers
3. GREEN JOBS & CAREER NETWORK – LinkedIn Group (Web Resource)
4. ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM & VIDEO PRODUCTION – Our Task, Inc. (Summer)(Washington, DC)
5. CHINA SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PROGRAM ASSISTANT – The Energy Foundation (Full-Time)(San Francisco)
6. ENERGY VISION SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM – Energy Vision (Summer)(New York City)
7. GEOLOGIST – URS Corporation (Entry-Level)(Minneapolis, MN)
8. RESEARCH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT & OUTREACH INTERN – American Wind Wildlife Institute

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1. CLEAN ENERGY ASSOCIATE – Environment New Hampshire (Full-Time)(Concord, NH)
Environment New Hampshire Clean Energy Associate will be part of a 2-year fellowship (2012-2014) and will receive classroom-style training and will help plan and execute successful campaigns. Learn more: http://bit.ly/IESVyE

2. POST-GRAD CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES – Association of Climate Change Officers
Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO) has two (2) vacancies for a post-graduate Climate Change Research & Program Associate and a part-time Climate Change Research Fellow (Summer 2012). http://bit.ly/IHwxDw

3. GREEN JOBS & CAREER NETWORK – LinkedIn Group (Web Resource)
LinkedIn.com is a fantastic job and internship search resource and when used effectively, you can learn about many opportunities and industry trends. When you become a member of the “Green Jobs & Career Network” group on LinkedIn.com, you are added to a “Green Jobs & Career Network – Newsletter” distribution list where you can receive job and internship postings in your email inbox. Find the group and become a member today!

4. ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM & VIDEO PRODUCTION – Our Task, Inc. (Summer)(Arlington, VA)
Gain video production experience while developing knowledge regarding global sustainability issues in an 8-week summer internship with Our Task, Inc. DEADLINE: 6/10/12 http://bit.ly/J99ujP

5. CHINA SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PROGRAM ASSISTANT – The Energy Foundation (Full-Time)(San Francisco)
The Energy Foundation is seeking a China Sustainability Energy Program Assistant (CSEPA) that will serve as a link between the 3-person US office team and the Beijing office staff of 30. Coordinate grants, oversee scheduling and reporting procedures for events. Assist Senior Vice President in communications. DEADLINE: 5/23/12 http://bit.ly/KQnPSe

6. ENERGY VISION SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM – Energy Vision (Summer)(New York City)
Energy Vision is seeking interns to conduct research on advanced propulsion technologies that include different types of alternative transportation fuels (including hydrogen fuel cells, electric vehicles, biogas and algae). DEADLINE: 6/1/12 http://bit.ly/IIcDbA

7. GEOLOGIST – URS Corporation (Entry-Level)(Minneapolis, MN)
URS Corporation is an engineering, construction, and technical services organization that is seeking candidates for an entry-level Geologist position. The successful candidate will prepare scientific documents, perform analyses, and conduct field tasks. http://bit.ly/Jkdlf0

8. RESEARCH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT & OUTREACH INTERN – American Wind Wildlife Institute
The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) is seeking an intern for Summer 2012 (w/possibility of extension) to assist in the development of a research database and to prepare outreach material regarding latest advances in wind energy and wildlife-interaction research. AWWI is a virtual organization, but has offices in Washington, DC and Burlington, VT. http://bit.ly/JrSWCv

Clean Energy Associate (2-Year Fellowship) – Environment America

Clean Energy Associate (2-Year Fellowship) – Environment America

If you are looking for the opportunity, training and experience to make a powerful and long-lasting impact on the policies that will shape New Mexico’s environment, apply to be the Clean Energy Associate with Environment New Hampshire.  To apply, send a resume and cover letter to: jobs@environmentamerica.org.  

You’ll work to end New Hampshire’s fossil fuel dependence.

As powerful utilities consider building a massive pipeline, called the Keystone XL across the drinking supply for thousands of Americans, and as our lawmakers remove bans on more offshore drilling, putting our coasts at risk, New Hampshire’s oil use continues to rise.

New Hampshire is one of the most oil dependent states in the country. We heat our old, leaky buildings with heating oil, and use very little public transportation. We could be heating our homes with cleaner fuels and investing in energy efficiency to cut the energy we use all together.

Luckily, Environment New Hampshire helped convince the Obama Administration to announce the strongest clean cars standards in the last 40 years. These standards will save XX gallons of oil over the next Y years. To build on that progress we are working to convince our lawmakers in Concord to pass a comprehensive plan to move New Hampshire beyond oil.

Learn more about our work to get off oil at http://www.environmentnewhampshire.org/programs/nhe/get-oil

Environment New Hampshire’s Clean Energy Associate will lead our efforts to demonstrate widespread support for shifting from dirty sources of energy to clean ones, including working with clean energy professionals, public health groups, and small business owners, generating media attention, educating and mobilizing average Granite Staters through face-to-face conversations, and weighing in with the our state legislators.  Environment New Hampshire’s Clean Energy Associate will also develop and run campaigns to protect New Hampshire’s air and shift to clean energy.

You’ll work with one of the leading environmental groups in New Hampshire

Environment New Hampshire is a statewide, citizen-based environmental advocacy group.  Our professional staff combines independent research, practical ideas and tough-minded advocacy to overcome the opposition of powerful special interests and win real results for New Hampshire’s environment. Environment New Hampshire draws on 30 years of success in tackling top environmental problems.  We have led efforts to cut New Hampshire’s global warming pollution, minimize polluted runoff from developers, improve the mileage of new cars and trucks, and much more.  Learn more about the changes we’ve made at www.environmentnewhampshire.org/results.

You’ll learn how to run winning campaigns for the environment

Environment New Hampshire is a part of the Environment America federation, a federation of 29 state-based environmental advocacy groups.  Each year, Environment America hires passionate, talented and committed recent college graduates to join a two-year Fellowship Program, a program designed to give recent college graduates like you the training you need, and put you in the right place at the right time, so you can roll up your  sleeves and make a difference right away.

You’ll work with experienced advocates and organizers to make an immediate impact

If you’re hired to be the Environment New Hampshire Clean Energy Associate, you will be a member of the 2012-2014 Fellowship Program.  As a Fellow, you’ll learn how to help plan, run and win campaigns.  You’ll learn how to research and identify effective solutions to critical problems – those facing New Hampshire’s landscape, and others – and how to build and mobilize powerful constituencies to get behind your campaign.  You’ll lobby lawmakers, publish opinion pieces in major newspapers and on key websites, set up and speak at news conferences, organize town hall meetings and rallies, and run citizen outreach campaigns to educate the public, build membership and raise money for our work.  You’ll even learn how to recruit interns, activists, and future fellows to join Environment America.

In your second year, you’ll polish your skills and take on even more responsibility.  Learn more about the Fellowship Program at www.environmentamerica.org/jobs/available-positions/fellowship-program.

In addition to getting guidance and feedback from your staff director in New Hampshire, you’ll participate in classroom-style trainings throughout the year with other Environment America staff—including some of the nation’s top environmental advocates and organizers—in addition to getting guidance and feedback from your staff director.

The Fellowship is only the beginning

You will develop relationships with lawmakers and community leaders throughout New Hampshire, earn media coverage for important issues, raise funds, build membership, recruit and manage staff and volunteers, and run grassroots campaigns to promote protect New Hampshire’s landscape.  Bottom line: you’ll make a real difference.

After just two years of hard work, you’ll have the skills and experience that will set you apart from most recent college graduates and you’ll be prepared to take on even more leadership at Environment New Hampshire, elsewhere in the Environment America federation, or in the larger environmental community.

Location
Concord, New Hampshire

Qualifications
Environment New Hampshire is seeking a recent college graduate who is ready to commit his or her time, skills and passion to grassroots political action on behalf of the environment. We look for smarts, academic excellence, creativity, top-notch written and verbal skills, and an eagerness to learn. We value leadership experience with campus and activist groups.

Salary and Benefits
As a recent graduate, you’ll earn $23,750 in your first year and $24,250 in your second year of the Fellowship. You’re eligible to opt into our group health plan. You accrue two weeks of paid vacation over the course of your first year, and an additional three weeks in your second year. You’re eligible to apply for college loan assistance after your third month, and to participate in our 401 (k) plan at the end of your first year.

How to learn more and apply
To apply, send a resume and cover letter to: jobs@environmentamerica.org.  Contact Jessica O’Hare, Advocate with Environment New Hampshire, with any questions, at 603-229-3222.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EnvironmentNewHampshire

Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/EnvAm

Career Blitz: Green Careers

Career Blitz: Green Careers

1.) Minor in Sustainability at Dartmouth (Web Resource)
2.) Summer Internship – Ceres.org (Boston) – PAID
3.) Socio-Environmental Sustainability Internships – SESYNC (Maryland) – PAID – DEADLINE: 4/15/12
4.) Post-Graduate Abroad Opportunities – The School for Field Studies (Web Resource)
5.) NYC Residential Clean Energy Sales & Outreach (Full-Time) – Community Energy
6.) Ocean Conservation Internship – Waitt Foundation (Washington, DC) – PAID – DEADLINE: 4/22/12
7.) Job Search Tools! American Solar Energy Society (Web Resource)

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1.) Minor in Sustainability at Dartmouth (Web Resource)
Sustainability has become a growing topic of interest for organizations from all industries. Did you know that you can fulfill requirements and graduate with a minor in sustainability from Dartmouth? http://bit.ly/HYcnQi

2.) Summer Internship – Ceres.org (Boston) – PAID
Ceres seeks to foster greater public disclosure of environmental and social impacts by corporations. Ceres is a national coalition of investors, environmentalists, labor unions and public interest groups. Great opportunity for those interested in developing knowledge in corporate social and environmental responsibility. http://bit.ly/InHERk

3.) Socio-Environmental Sustainability Internships – SESYNC (Maryland) – PAID – DEADLINE: 4/15/12
The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) is offering paid summer research and media internships for students interested in environmental policy, land use, and social dimensions of environmental stewardship. DEADLINE is 4/15/12 http://bit.ly/IekmuY

4.) Post-Graduate Abroad Opportunities – The School for Field Studies (Web Resource)
The School for Field Studies lists a wide variety of post-graduate environmental fieldwork related opportunities in different countries. http://bit.ly/Hr9YV0

5.) NYC Residential Clean Energy Sales & Outreach (Full-Time) – Community Energy
Take part in promoting wind-power in New York for a national wind energy marketer. Coordinate event marketing, lead grass-roots outreach campaign in NYC, and enroll new customers in ConEdison Solutions Wind Power Program. http://bit.ly/IIN3OY

6.) Ocean Conservation Internship – Waitt Foundation (Washington, DC) – PAID – DEADLINE: 4/22/12
Gain perspective/experience in ocean conservation. Intern will prepare documents, create databases, attend meetings with senior representatives of NGOs and develop understanding of ocean conservation work. Dates negotiable. Full-time internship position. Search Job ID# 12659 in DartBoard.

7.) Job Search Tools! American Solar Energy Society (Web Resource)
The American Solar Energy Society has aggregated great green-job search resources! Add these to your bookmarks! http://bit.ly/IoFOQ4

 

 

Career Blitz: Green Careers

Career Blitz: Green Careers

 1. Mississippi River Delta Restoration Policy Internship – Environmental Defense Fund (Washington, DC)
2. Sustainability Technology Research Fellow – Oberlin College (Oberlin, OH) DEADLINE: 3/30/12
3. Environmental Educators – Maine Conservation Corps (Maine) – DEADLINE: 3/30/12 – PAID
4. 2-Yr. Post-Grad Environmental Career Program – Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
5. Policy Analyst – Heal the Bay (Santa Monica, CA)
6. Project Developer – EDP Renewables (Portland, OR)
7. Biofuel Technologies Internship – International Clean Council on Transportation (Summer)(Washington, DC)

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1. Mississippi River Delta Restoration Policy Internship – Environmental Defense Fund (Washington, DC)
Conduct policy research for the Environmental Defense Fund and gain the opportunity of connecting with varying environmental organizations involved in coastal restoration projects. Research topics may include the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Army Corps of Engineer Projects, and/or federal congressional appropriations. To apply: http://bit.ly/yW9z57

2. Sustainability Technology Research Fellow – Oberlin College (Oberlin, OH) DEADLINE: 3/30/12
Assist in the development and management of a technological system of building and bioregional “dashboards” and other devices that provide city and college residents with energy use feedback. Experience working with computer technology is preferred. http://bit.ly/xfkjAj

3. Environmental Educators – Maine Conservation Corps (Maine) – DEADLINE: 3/30/12 – PAID
Consider an Environmental Educator position with the Maine Conservation Corps. Obtain skills and experience working on watershed projects, trail work projects, and leading educational activities for visitors. For more information, please visit: http://1.usa.gov/xDubnX

4. 2-Yr. Post-Grad Environmental Career Program – Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Take part in a 2-year environmental career rotation program with the Environmental Protection Agency. This entry-level opportunity is for students that will be graduating with degrees or interests from varying fields (not just sciences). http://1.usa.gov/H4OHJZ

5. Policy Analyst – Heal the Bay (Santa Monica, CA)
Heal the Bay is a non-profit organization that supports local and environmental policy research in California. The Policy Analyst position would partake in a wide array of research-related functions in Santa Monica and support the advocacy work for the organization. http://bit.ly/GQWd1B

6. Project Developer – EDP Renewables (Portland, OR)
EDP Renewables develops and constructs wind farms throughout North America. The Project Developer would be responsible for creating project maps using GIS, coordinating project proposals, assisting with community outreach, and conducting land, market, regulatory research. http://bit.ly/H9nJkU

7. Biofuel Technologies Internship – International Council on Clean Transportation (Summer)(Washington, DC)
Conduct research and literature reviews for a project focusing on advanced biofuel technologies. International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) is a non-profit working on policies to reduce conventional pollutants. This internship is paid and based in Washington, DC. Application deadline is 4/2/12 http://bit.ly/H9yqny

 

Career Blitz: Green Careers

Career Blitz: Green Careers

TOPICS INCLUDE:

 1. Resources for the Future (RFF) Summer Internship Program (Washington, D.C) – DEADLINE: 3/2/12
2. Research Assistant – U.S. Climate Initiative – World Resources Institute (Full-Time)
3. Diversity for Sustainability Internship Program – Pacific Institute (Oakland, CA) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12
4. Environmental Employer Spotlight: Addison: Brand Strategy & Communications Design
5. Land Reform Summer Research Internship – Coal River Mountain Watch (Summer)(West Virginia)
6. Full-Time Summer Stream Salamander Field Assistant (Central NH) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12 – PAID
7. Entry-Level Communications Professional – Public Health & Policy – The Cadmus Group
8. 2-Yr. Environmental Fellowship; Summer Environmental Internship – DEADLINE: 3/26/12

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1.  Resources for the Future (RFF) Summer Internship Program (Washington, D.C) DEADLINE: 3/2/12
Nonprofit organization specializing in research, policy analysis, and public education on environmental, energy, and natural resource issues, offers summer internships for outstanding undergraduate and graduate students. Varying internships for Summer 2012 (Climate & Energy Law, Shale Gas Development, Climate & Cities, Land Conservation). Deadlines: 3/2/12. www.rff.org/internships/summer

2. Research Assistant – U.S. Climate Initiative – World Resources Institute (Full-Time)(Washington, D.C.)
The U.S. Climate team provides research information to policymakers. The Research Assistant will join a team in Washington, D.C. focused on opportunities for federal agencies and states to drive reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Visit http://www.wri.org/careers for information on how to apply.

3. Diversity for Sustainability Internship Program – Pacific Institute (Oakland, CA) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12
California-based environmental research non-profit seeking applications for Summer Diversity for Sustainability Internship Program for Summer 2012. Student participant will gain research skills, develop knowledge about environmental issues (i.e., water shortage, habitat destruction, and global warming). Deadline: 3/15/12. http://bit.ly/xug3X7

4. Environmental Employer Spotlight: Addison: Brand Strategy & Communications Design
Interested in sustainability but also passionate about media, communications, publishing, and branding? Addison specializes in brand strategy and communications design and has a team solely dedicated to communications about sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Visit their website for more information: http://www.addison.com/

5. Land Reform Summer Research Internship – Coal River Mountain Watch (Summer)(West Virginia)
Coal River Mountain Watch is an environmental justice organization fights mountaintop removal coal mining and researches impacts of the coal industry on community health and safety. Upper-level undergraduate interested in law, geography, and/or land use will participate in a research project focusing on plausible strategies for land reform and property tax reform. http://bit.ly/AEgKej

6. Full-Time Summer Stream Salamander Field Assistant (Central NH) – DEADLINE: 3/15/12 – PAID
Assistant’s primary duties will involve surveys of stream salamanders and brook trout in headwater streams of central New Hampshire. Housing is provided in Hubbard Brook, NH. http://bit.ly/wLLMkc

7. Entry-Level Communications Professional – Public Health & Policy – The Cadmus Group
Entry-level communications position at Cadmus Group that can provide support on environmental, public health, and indoor air quality issues for clientele at the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Cadmus helps government, non-profit, and corporate clients address critical challenges in the environmental and energy sectors. Apply directly to Job ID #: 733 at http://bit.ly/pPvzkr

8. 2-Yr. Environmental Fellowship; Summer Environmental Internship – DEADLINE: 3/26/12
EnvironmentAmerica is seeking candidates for a 1) 2-Year Fellowship, and 2) a Summer Environmental Internship. Environment America’s mission is to research and advocate the policies and build and mobilize the public support necessary to win positive change for our environment. See DartBoard for more information! Deadline is 3/26/12.