GRANT OPPORTUNITIES FOR FOOD AND PUBLIC HEALTH – CENTER FOR SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
We have several opportunities in this funding cycle, which have been organized into four types of grants each with several focal areas within them.
State & local policy grant opportunities
- Policies to expand or strengthen Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Fruit and Vegetable Incentives
- Healthy Restaurant Kids’ Meals Policies
- Healthy Food Purchasing and Food Service policies for public facilities
Community prioritized policy grant opportunities
- Community-Driven Policy Campaigns to Advance Health Equity through SNAP
- School food policy innovation
Federal lobby grants
- Healthy School Meals
- Healthy SNAP in the 2023 Farm Bill
Power building grants
- Community Building grants to support community building, culturally specific engagement, and relational organizing as a necessary foundation to advance policy campaigns
- Food Justice grants for community prioritized projects that aim to advance an equitable food system
- Narrative Change grants dedicated to re-framing issues related to food & nutrition from a systemic lens and various cultural perspectives through video, social media, and other strategies
REPLICA IS HIRING FOR ENTRY LEVEL MARKET RESEARCH AND ANALYTICS ROLE
Replica is looking for new grads who are interested in the intersection of Urban Planning, Software, and Entrepreneurism. The Demand Generation Role will be focused on analytics, market research, and campaign generation for Architecture, Engineering, and Planning Firms. We are looking for someone who is interested in putting their focus in planning to use at one of the fastest growing urban tech startups in the country. On top of market research you will also be able to focus on content writing and research for teams solving some of the biggest planning issues in City, State, and Federal Agencies across the country. This is an entry level role with the opportunity to grow in the organization across revenue, product, or data teams.
Replica is a data platform for the built environment that lets you see your city like never before. Replica’s powerful data provides a holistic view of how people, places, and opportunities intersect. Made for anyone who plays a role in shaping our cities, Replica provides the tools and insights needed to empower informed decision-making, optimize transportation and land use, and create places that serve everyone. Replica is an Alphabet, Sidewalk Labs, spinout and leading the way in smart cities & mobility. We recently raised a large Series B led by Founders Fund and Innovation Endeavors, which enable us to grow across the board!
For more information please reach out to Asher Rosenfeld (Tufts Civil Engineering ’12) at email@example.com.
EN-ROADS CLIMATE AMBASSADOR CAMP
Learn how to lead interactive events which focus on solutions and building plans for effective climate action. Through short video explanations, engaging activities, and a vibrant international community, this program will train you to become an En-ROADS Climate Ambassador—a leader who can spark meaningful conversations about cross-sector climate solutions, using the En-ROADS simulator. The training is free and open to everyone. It begins May 16, 2022 and will last 8 weeks. If you have already participated in past trainings or are experienced with En-ROADS, we welcome you to attend as well in order to continue building your skills and sharing your knowledge.
UEPer FEATURED IN BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY EXHIBITION – LEVENTHAL MAP AND EDUCATION CENTER
Incoming MPP student Rev. Vernon Walker is featured in the exhibition “More or Less In Common, Environment and Justice in the Human Landscape” on view at the Leventhal Map & Education Center at the Boston Public Library. Vernon is the Senior Program Manager of Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW). Among other initiatives, CREW is working to identify existing community institutions that can become Climate Resilience Hubs, places for education and community support that help communities manage the climate emergency as well as leading studies to determine the amount and types of social connectedness in different neighborhoods. Many maps dealing with environmental justice show the various ways that communities are at risk, from limited English proficiency to existing health conditions, based on different kinds of data sets. What is often missing is data about what makes communities resilient, which is, in part, the social capital that already exists in communities labelled as vulnerable.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: 2022 TISCH COLLEGE COMMUNITY RESEARCH CENTER (TCRC) STUDENT RESEARCH GRANTS
This RFP solicits requests for micro-grants to support community-engaged student research.
Research and Community Engagement:
- Projects must have a community partner.
- Projects must be primarily research.
- Preference will be given to proposals that address urgent or overlooked issues identified by community groups and/or issues related to Tufts host communities (Somerville, Boston Chinatown, Boston Mission Hill, Medford, Grafton/Worcester)
Funding opportunity: A limited number of individual micro-grants of up to $500 are available, which must be spent for research expenses and not used as compensation for the student researcher.
PRESERVATION INSTITUTE NANTUCKET (PIN) SUMMER PROGRAM – UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROGRAM
The University of Florida Historic Preservation Program is pleased to announce the 50th consecutive Preservation Institute Nantucket (PIN) summer program! PIN introduces students to methodologies of cultural heritage conservation/preservation through research, documentation, community engagement and stewardship of communities of global significance. The Island of Nantucket, a National Historic Landmark, illustrates the multitude of challenges threatening many historic communities, including sea level rise and regular flooding, balancing tourism with heritage, loss of historic materials, and unexplored cultural narratives.
PIN students are involved in and exposed to projects that reflect the multi-disciplinary nature of historic preservation. Students learn from PIN faculty, practicing architects, preservationists, conservators and advocates through work with existing buildings, materials, resource documentation, archival research, stakeholder interviews and public presentations. PIN is open to Graduate Students and Upper-Level Undergraduate Students from any institution across the world. Students will earn six graduate credits between June 27th and August 5th. Priority applications are due April 1, 2022 and second deadline applications are due May 15, 2022.
DANGERMOND FELLOWSHIP – NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY
The Dangermond Fellowship is an exciting, paid opportunity provided through the partnership between National Audubon Society and Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI). This prestigious fellowship is designed with the aim to foster the next generation of leaders in the enterprise GIS nonprofit/conservation sectors. A keystone of the program is to improve representation of underrepresented groups in the fields of GIS and conservation. Throughout the year, Fellows will receive extensive and immersive training in the full ArcGIS platform and will visit both the ESRI campus in Redlands, CA and Audubon’s headquarters in New York City, Covid travel policies and restrictions permitting. The position is a one-year commitment and starts in June 2022 until June 2023. Fellows will work full-time over the duration of the year. There will be opportunities to attend trainings, the ESRI User Conference, and spend time on GIS-related projects with the extended Audubon field, including travel as permitted safely.
ON-CALL WORKERS NEEDED – TUFTS OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
Throughout the year, the Office of Sustainability is involved in a variety of events and initiatives, and we rely on a list of student workers to help us make these projects a success. Whenever help is needed, we reach out to the students on this list. Students will get paid $15.00 an hour for the hours that they work. Below is an overview of the types of jobs that we recruit workers for throughout the year:
- Recycling Worker: These workers help to manage the waste during student move-in and move-out. They may monitor dumpsters, circulate the residence halls to educate students about how to sort and dispose of their waste, and help with breaking down cardboard boxes and collecting plastic film.
- Zero Waste Event Station Monitor: These workers monitor the waste stations at large campus events with food to make sure all food and food-related waste is sorted properly. They will monitor the compost bins and make sure any recyclables or trash items end up in the proper bags. Usually, a free meal is included!
- Zero Waste Event Team-Lead: These workers are comfortable coordinating the rest of the workers who are helping at a zero waste event. Team Leads including pick-up and distribute supplies such as gloves and compost signs, make sure waste stations are placed properly, examine the service-wear at the event to confirm whether it is compostable, and assign workers to waste stations.
- General on-call worker: If there is ever a task that the Office of Sustainability needs help with throughout the year, that does not include the above, these workers are willing to help. This may include putting signs up around campus, taking an inventory of waste stations around campus, planning the annual Back to School Sale, or helping to manage collection of Move-Out donations each year.
ARLINGTON DESIGN COMPETITION
The Broadway Corridor Design Competition, sponsored by Arlington’s Civic Engagement Group, is an opportunity for architects, designers, planners, artists and futurists in the region to have some fun exercising real creativity to leapfrog into the post pandemic future and create a 2040+ VISION of what the built environment of a specific neighborhood (our Broadway Corridor area) might look like. Although the cash prize is small, the pay off will be bragging rights, recognition and a possible opportunity to help shape the upcoming Arlington master plan revision process. And since Arlington has been designated a “transit community”, there may be even more studies in the next couple of years.
Registration ends April 8. Design “visions” are due May 20 for judging. Interested in registering? Send your name, firm name (if applicable), team members (if applicable) and contact (phone and email) information to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
APPLY FOR THE INSTITUTE FOR NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT’S CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
Institute for Nonprofit Management’s certificate programs are accepting applications up until March 31. A number of UEPers (mostly MPP) did this certificate program before coming to UEP and some have done it while at UEP and after. The Institute for Nonprofit Practice’s Core Certificate Program is designed for working professionals and is rooted in a practical, comprehensive, and highly effective curriculum that goes beyond lectures to include valuable mentoring, peer-to-peer learning, and cross-sector collaboration in a supportive and dynamic environment. The year-long program helps professionals build the skills, confidence, and networks they need to be the best leaders they can be. Students receive support as they navigate complex challenges in their organization so they can boldly advance their careers and create meaningful and lasting change.
AIRPORT COOPERATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAM 2022-2023 GRADUATE RESEARCH AWARD PROGRAM
The ACRP (Airport Cooperative Research Program) Graduate Research Award (GRA) is intended to stimulate thought, discussion, and research by those who may become the future airport managers, operators, designers, and policymakers in aviation. The focus of this graduate student research program is on applied research on airport and related aviation system issues to help the public sector continue to improve the quality, reliability, safety, and security of the U.S. civil aviation system well into the foreseeable future. Awardees receive a $12,000 stipend, access to a panel of expert advisors in the chosen research area, an opportunity to present at the TRB Annual Meeting following completion of their paper, and the potential to publish that paper in the Transportation Research Record.
TUFTS MASK RECYCLING PROGRAM – TUFTS OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
With the recent decision to no longer permit cloth masks, we are encouraging all community members on our campuses to utilize designated mask recycling boxes when disposing of single-use masks. We already have bins on the Medford/Somerville, Boston, and Grafton campuses. Your efforts help keep waste out of landfills, stop masks from ending up in our ecosystems, and replace raw materials with recycled ones. Here’s the link to our Eco Map where you can find the most current bin locations under the specialty recycling section: go.tufts.edu/ecomap.
U.S.-KOREA YOUNG CLIMATE ACTIVISTS EXCHANGE PROGRAM
The U.S.-Korea Young Climate Activists Exchange Program is funded by a grant from and was initiated by the U.S. Embassy Seoul. The Northern Nevada International Center (NNIC) is managing this public diplomacy international exchange between young American and Korean climate activists between the ages of 22 and 30 to take place later this year. This program is meant to provide the participants with a deeper firsthand understanding of the United States’ and the Republic of Korea’s commitment to addressing climate change at local, national, and international levels.
SASAKI FOUNDATION CALL FOR PROPOSALS
We leverage design to tackle global challenges—especially those that adversely affect historically underrepresented communities. If you have ideas on how to tackle climate adaptation, housing or transit inequities or displacement of residents, or how to foster community building and wellbeing, apply today for one of our design grants.
We will award $15,000 Action Grants, $7,500 Discovery Grants, and $2,500 Exploration Grants. Grants include engagement with the Sasaki Foundation and access to design expertise from Sasaki professionals. No matter who you are, we need your skills. We are looking for interdisciplinary, creative approaches to test new design concepts that address complex challenges in our communities.
Deadline: May 4
Contact: Jennifer Lawrence
GET YOUR BLUEBIKES DISCOUNT THROUGH TUFTS – TUFTS OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
All Tufts employees and students are eligible for a nearly 50% off discount on an annual Bluebikes membership trough the Tufts Corporate Bluebikes Program. A normally $109 annual membership only costs $60 per year with this deal.
LAND BACK: INDIGENOUS LANDSCAPES OF RESURGENCE AND FREEDOM – DUMBARTON OAKS
April 29-June 10 (biweekly), Virtual
This symposium will be held virtually every two weeks on Thursdays from 2 to 4 p.m. ET: April 29, May 13, May 27, and June 10, 2021. The speakers’ pre-recorded papers will be available two weeks prior to each webinar and shared with registrants. The webinar will include facilitated discussions on the papers, allowing the audience to ask questions via a chat format.
This symposium aims to highlight how Indigenous peoples understand and practice political resurgence and freedom across the Americas by refusing colonial territorializations of Indigenous land and life-making practices. We place Indigenous practices of freedom within the particularities of Indigenous place-based laws, cosmologies, and diplomacies, while taking a hemispheric approach to understanding how Indigeneity is shaped across colonial borders. Registration is first come, first served and must be completed at least one week prior to each webinar is required.
Internships, Fellowships, Grants
Remote within the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia
This internship position will help SSDN identify member communities who are classified as “disadvantaged communities” due to high energy burden, high climate risk, and other categories according to the Administration’s Justice40 Initiative. The intern will Use CEQ’s Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool, DOE’s Low-Income Energy Affordability Data (LEAD) Tool, EPA’s Environmental Justice Screening Tool, and other federal datasets to identify SSDN member communities whose census tracts are considered as “Disadvantaged” under the administrations Justice40 initiative. The intern will also research the distribution of federal assistance for related grant programs, including DOE’s Weatherization Assistance Program, USDA Rural Energy for America, and other programs to member and non-member communities via spending.gov creating a baseline assessment of federal funding support for local governments with disadvantaged communities experiencing environmental justice conditions.
ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE (ESG) INTERN – BOSE
The ESG intern opportunity at Bose will give you a chance to gain the inside track on a unique and rewarding work experience. Our goal is to make your intern experience exciting, meaningful and a valuable opportunity to learn about the industry and hands-on experience in ESG topics ranging from climate change, sustainable procurement to circularity. You will enrich your classroom work with a real-life perspective and develop valuable skills necessary to succeed after graduation. Our ESG team is currently looking for an Intern to join our climate change project. As an intern you will report to our ESG manager, responsible for our Climate Disclosure Project (CDP) submission.
INTERN, CAMPAIGNS DEPARTMENT – OXFAM
Remote and Boston, MA
Oxfam America is seeking an energetic and enthusiastic Intern to work closely with its Campaigns Department. This position will support campaigning, research, and advocacy efforts for Oxfam’s work related to COVID-19, climate change, migration, food security, women’s empowerment, economic justice, voter’s rights and worker’s rights. The Campaigns Department Intern will provide organizing, research, and administrative support for several key projects, including campaign stunts and tactics, and supporting the management of Oxfam’s Sisters on the Planet Ambassadors program. The Intern will have the opportunity to gain practical organizing skills and get an inside understanding of campaigning, lobbying, grassroots organizing and outreach within an international development agency. The internship offers a friendly and open work environment of supportive staff with whom to share knowledge, career advice, and workplace mentoring.
COMMUNITY PLANNING INTERN – JM GOLDSON
Duties: As the Community Planning Intern at JM Goldson, your role would be to assist with a variety of our projects including local comprehensive plans, community visioning, housing plans, and community preservation plans. You would perform initial research and analysis, assist in writing plans and reports, and support presentations to the general public. You would work closely and collaboratively the JM Goldson team, to generate equitable, creative, sustainable solutions for our client communities.
The position is part-time (20 hours a week) from June to August, with competitive pay ($26/hour). Preference given to an individual interested in continuing the internship through the following school year (10 hours a week). JM Goldson is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees and to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.
How to Apply: We are posting this in April 2022 and accepting applications on a rolling basis until filled. Ideally, we will fill this position for a start date in early June 2022.
If you are interested, please email to Laura Smead (UEP Alum):
- Letter of interest – Why are you interested in this position? In our firm? And why do you think you are a good fit?
- One work sample that demonstrates your writing, research/analysis, and graphic abilities (a Dropbox/Google Drive link to one PDF is preferred) – if you are submitting a work sample that was a collaborative/group effort, please clearly indicate your contribution to the work product.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FELLOW – CITY OF CHELSEA
The City of Chelsea’s Department of Housing and Community Development is hiring a Fellow for up to 19 hours/week through December 2022. The Fellow will support H&CD on a range of initiatives, including data collection and analysis (may include GIS and visualizations), research on the real estate market, economic development projects, and civic engagement. $20-22 hourly. Deadline to apply is April 30
DOWNTOWN & NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING INTERN – BOSTON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Under the direction of Senior Planners, support public outreach and its internal coordination. Assist with public process, document production, workshops, as well as planning, zoning and land use regulation initiatives. The intern will work directly with staff, embedding in 1-2 of the teams currently leading planning initiatives in Boston’s Downtown, East Boston, Charlestown, or Mattapan neighborhoods.
Provide assistance on the following projects:
- Design novel means of visualizing planning and zoning concepts.
- Design effective community engagement exercises.
- Research relevant best practices for planning and zoning initiatives.
- Participate in ongoing coordination of planning and development review in the regulatory process.
2022 INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – CHARLES STEWART MOTT FOUNDATION
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation’s 2022 Internship Program will run from June 6 through August 12. Interns will earn $17 per hour and have an opportunity to work with one of Mott’s program teams, our communications department, or our information technology department. They also will learn about our administrative departments: accounting, facilities, grants administration, human resources, information technology and investments. Participants will take part in the program in person at the Foundation’s headquarters in Flint, Michigan. For non-local interns, subsidized housing is available at the University of Michigan’s Flint campus for a reasonable cost. The housing is conveniently located just two blocks from the Foundation’s headquarters.
SUMMER INTERN – NASHUA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
The Nashua Regional Planning Commission seeks a summer intern to join its award-winning team. Employment dates are flexible but may start as early as May and run through October. This is a full-time temporary paid position, the duties of which primarily consist of GPS and GIS mobile field data collection. Occasional in-office data processing tasks are also anticipated. This position is ideal for an undergraduate student with an affinity for technology and career interest in GIS to support regional planning and local government. NRPC will provide training, but any experience with the ESRI desktop suite, GPS, ArcGIS Collector, and ArcGIS online would be an asset to the position. Fieldwork is a primary component of this position, and the applicant must be comfortable working as part of a two-person field team in both urban and rural outdoor environments under a variety of weather conditions. This position requires a valid driver’s license.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE WITH PROFESSOR JUSTIN HOLLANDER
UEP part-time student or recent graduate sought to assist Prof. Hollander with literature searching, statistical analysis, and GIS mapping on research projects related to urban planning. 20 hours per week. $20/hr. Starting June 1, 2022 for one year. For info, check out Prof. Hollander’s website: go.tufts.edu/Hollander. To apply, send email with resume to Prof. Hollander: email@example.com
SUMMER/FALL REPORTING FELLOWSHIP – STREETSBLOGMASS
StreetsblogMASS is looking for a talented and curious writer for a paid reporting fellowship. Our ideal candidates will not necessarily need to have a journalism background, but they should have a demonstrated interest in writing, in addition to an interest in transportation policy from the perspective of people who walk, bike, or ride transit. This fellowship can be structured with a 3- or 6-month term, with a stipend of $12,500 or $25,000, respectively. The position will be eligible for health care benefits after 3 months. We will also reimburse up to $1,000 in registration fees or travel costs associated with professional development events or trainings.
HIGHWAY OPERATIONS INTERNSHIP – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (MASSDOT)
Boston, MA, Lenox, MA, Worcester, MA or Taunton, MA
As an Operations Intern, you will gain experience working on critical operations programs and projects that keep the motoring public moving and our roads safe every day. Assignments include working on exciting and significant projects, sometimes conducting field investigations, and always delivering quality work that has a lasting influence on transportation operations through the Commonwealth. This internship is for the Summer of 2022 and it runs from June through August of 2022.
Programs accepting Operations Interns for Summer 2022:
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) (Boston, MA)
- Develop findings and reports related to specific ITS activities and issues.
- Utilize systems engineering, GIS, and field investigations to enhance recommendations for traffic congestion control and information.
- Conduct research on transportation systems management and operations improvements.
- Document workflow for process improvements.
Highway Operations Center: Traffic Incident Management and Highway Assistance Program (Boston, MA)
- Review Highway Assistance Program data collection and analytics to recommend process changes and improve reporting capabilities.
- Conduct Traffic Incident Management research, recommend program adjustments, identify new emergency management guidance.
- Develop findings, reports, and presentations on assigned projects.
District One (Lenox, MA)
- The intern would review the specifications for sidewalks as well as ADA requirements on an assigned section of roadway and would work up a sidewalk replacement job. When this work is completed, the intern will be sent out to an active sidewalk job to observe the actual work being done in the field.
- Upon this work being completed the same task would be assigned but for a Pavement resurfacing project, and when completed, the intern will observe pavement being placed in the field.
- The intern would have the opportunity to rotate through other ongoing job sites to observe bridge work, roadwork with excavation, facility work, etc.
- The intern will work on survey skills, CAD, and traffic control skills.
District Three (Worcester, MA)
- The intern would be assisting maintaining the maintenance service requests and updating the Highway Asset Management System which is Vue Works, as well as assisting with permitting and the GIS program.
District Five (Taunton, MA)
- One intern would support the Traffic section by utilizing ArcGIS to record District-wide speed regulations on a map.
District Six (Boston, MA)
- Duties can include providing support getting the Vue Works interface up and running, assist in the review of ongoing Chapter 90 work approved for the District cities and towns, and assist in implementing the Shared Streets Program.
MAYOR’S OFFICE PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP – CITY OF BOSTON
The Mayor’s Office Paid Summer Internship is open to folks 18 and older with a GED or high school diploma, undergraduate, graduate, and vocational school students. You do not have to be a resident of Boston — it’s open to all 50 U.S. states and territories. Please note that the Mayor’s Office runs the Mayor’s Office Internship program. But, placements can range from the Mayor’s Office to departments all over City Hall.
Deadline: April 29
LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATIONS ACCESS INTERNSHIP – CITY OF BOSTON MAYOR’S OFFICE OF LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATIONS ACCESS
The Mayor’s Office of Language and Communications Access aims to strengthen how the City functions. We work to help people who use languages other than English (LOTE) and those with disabilities. Our goal is to ensure all City programs and services are accessible to all residents.
We’re looking for one talented and motivated fellow who wants to help in one or more of the following areas:
- Information and education design
- Community outreach
- Project management
We want 1 passionate student or recent graduate to help us with projects that will:
- Expand the efficacy of the Language and Communications Access program
- Explore the intersection of accessibility, policy, research, and design
- Cultivate and grow their existing skills and interests
- Contribute to the overall function and operation of local government
- Support and collaborate with ongoing City initiatives and programs, and
- Help in the production of multilingual and accessible resources.
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
New York, NY
College Aide – Bus Priority Unit
A selected candidate for College Aide in the Bus Priority unit of the Transit Development group will assist with the planning, coordination, and implementation of bus priority projects to improve speed, reliability, and comfort for New York City’s bus riders. As a part of the Mayoral Administration’s ambitious bus lane goals, Transit Development is implementing several bus priority projects in the summer of 2022. The College Aide will work closely with Project Management staff to help oversee implementation of projects, by reviewing implementation progress including a combination of office and field work. Additionally, the candidate will help assist in development proposals for 2023 projects through creating existing conditions profiles, analyzing existing bus speed and traffic data, and researching and identifying stakeholders to begin the outreach process. GIS, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, and data analysis skills are preferred, but this is also an opportunity for candidates to develop these skills throughout the term of the internship.
College Aide – Transit Policy Unit
A selected candidate for College Aide in the Transit Policy unit of the Transit Development group will focus on a variety of planning and operational initiatives related to charting the long-range vision for bus priority projects and improving the user experience of riding the bus in New York City. Tasks may include GIS and data analysis in support of corridor prioritization for future bus lanes and busways, analysis related to accessible bus stops and the next generation of Real Time Passenger Information signs at bus stops, among other issues. Candidates will be expected to have a basic understanding of New York City geography and institutions, as well as ability to build and/or maintain large data sets.
Deadline: April 30
PENNSYLVANIA SEA GRANT ONE YEAR FELLOWSHIP, CLIMATE RESILIENCY – PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Pennsylvania Sea Grant seeks a one-year climate resiliency fellow to assist with implementing climate and community resilience programs in the Erie, Pennsylvania region. Coastal communities are becoming increasingly vulnerable to both the short and long-term impacts of extreme weather and climate variability. The region has been facing weather events such as coastal flooding, high wind, tornados, blizzards, and severe storms. Overcoming these events and rising above the aftermath has become a the new normal for residents, business owners, and community leaders. To assist the Erie community, Pennsylvania Sea Grant has been a leader in facilitating the Community Resilience Action Network of Erie (CRANE), which is an alliance of agencies and organizations in the regional that are dedicated to projects and programs that build resilience and help connect Erie residents with resources to plan and prepare for disasters in an organized and pre-emptive manner. Pennsylvania Sea Grant is seeking a driven, energetic, and dynamic individual to assist with implementing climate and community resilience programs in the Erie area, including participation in CRANE, assisting with climate education and outreach, engaging stakeholders and community members, and connecting with community partners.
SUMMER FELLOWSHIP – CITY OF BOSTON ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT
The City of Boston’s Environment Department is offering a range of fellowship opportunities focused on Boston’s just transition to a thriving green economy and a citywide Green New Deal. Applications will begin to be reviewed on March 30th and will be reviewed on a rolling basis thereafter. Fellowships are in-person, paid, and typically full-time for a period of 10 weeks or longer. $21.50 hourly
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INTERN – CAMBRIDGE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
The Economic Development Division of the City of Cambridge’s Community Development Department is responsible for a wide range of activities designed to meet the City’s need for a diversified and thriving economic base. The selected candidate will gain an understanding of the full range of economic development programs offered by the City. The selected candidate will therefore be responsible for a wide variety of tasks with a focus on community engagement to small businesses and/or startup companies (this includes both in-person outreach and development of materials), open data development, cross-departmental planning efforts, event management, and other areas as needed. Deadline to apply is April 12, 2022 at 5 PM. $17.19 hourly
VOLUNTEER – GREATER BOSTON INTERFAITH ORGANIZAITION
The Greater Boston Interfaith Organization is seeking a volunteer for work related to affordable housing. Contact Shayok Chakraborty or Thomas Ruffen.
CLEAN ENERGY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – MASSACHUSETTS CLEAN ENERGY CENTER
Since its inception in 2011, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program has placed thousands of students and recent graduates at clean energy companies across the Commonwealth, with hundreds of those interns going on to receive full or part-time job opportunities at their host companies. The program helps provide Massachusetts clean energy businesses with a talented pool of young professionals, with MassCEC providing stipends for interns during fall, spring and summer sessions.
OFFSHORE WIND INTERN – AMERICAN CLEAN POWER ASSOCIATION (ACP)
Washington, DC or Remote
The Offshore Wind Intern will work on a variety of offshore wind policy issues including leasing and permitting, vessels and supply chain and workforce and safety standards. Duties will include conducting research, drafting memoranda and communication, attending meetings with members and external stakeholders, drafting analytical summaries of the meetings.
IMPACT & FINANCE INTERN – LOCAL INITIATIVES SUPPORT CORPORATION (LISC)
New York, NY or Remote
LISC is seeking an intern to support the Finance team with the implementation of a new Impact Measurement tool for our loan portfolio, and expanding our marketing and communications efforts for our Impact Notes program. The position will report to both the ESG & Impact Reporting Lead and Senior Financial Analyst on the Treasury team, as well as support cross-team collaboration with the Lending department. We are seeking an intern passionate about the work of CDFIs, with strong analytical and writing skills and the ability to use data and research to tell a story.
VARIOUS POSITIONS – WORLD WILDLIFE FUND (WWF)
- FOREST DEGRADATION GRADUATE INTERN: WWF seeks an intern to support the understanding of forest degradation, definition, and methods. This internship will contribute to understanding the different definitions and methods used to understand forest degradation.
- FOREST STRATEGY AND RESEARCH GRADUATE INTERN: The central scope of work will be understanding prototype spatial tool development, reviewing prototype tool pilot results, processing novel data sets and sources, and helping to design and implement geospatial solutions for the development of a geospatial landscape and biodiversity assessment tool.
- GLOBAL SCIENCE DATA AND TECHNOLOGY GRADUATE INTERN: The Global Science Data and Technology intern will research existing spatially explicit habitat condition indices and evaluate how and whether they can be enhanced to produce a regularly updated, publicly available, index. Following this initial review, the intern will help develop a prototype index and implement a prototype data production and delivery pipeline.
- POLICY AND GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS SUMMER GRADUATE INTERN: Given the diversity of issues that the US Government Relations staff covers, research, and analysis may entail working with legislation, regulations, and potentially court cases. By contrast research, analysis, and support may include assessment of government agencies’ roles, policies, and positions on issues relating to WWF’s mission, or writing of brief materials about U.S. government agencies. Outreach may entail covering congressional hearings and markups, and preparing and attending congressional, administration, and/or NGO coalition briefings.
- ARCTIC POLICY RESEARCH GRADUATE INTERN: WWF seeks a summer Policy Research intern for WWF US Oceans Team with a special focus on the US Arctic. Under the direction of the supervisor, the Policy Research Intern supports the policy work of the WWF US Arctic Program and the WWF US Oceans Team by conducting research on specific conservation topics as requested for publications, white papers, fact sheets, correspondence and other materials.
GIS INTERN – STATE OF MAINE GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF POLICY INNOVATION (GOPIF)
Augusta, ME and Remote
The Community Resilience Partnership was launched on December 1, 2021 and provides grants and direct support to municipal and tribal governments to assist communities to reduce carbon emissions, transition to clean energy, and become more resilient to climate change effects such as to extreme weather, flooding, rising sea levels, public health impacts, and more. Grants are also available to service providers to support communities in preparing for climate action. The GOPIF Community Resilience Internship will support the implementation of the Partnership, including support for peer learning opportunities, the development of case studies, tools and resources, and the use of data to evaluate program performance and progress toward climate goals. The following summer intern position is a full-time, paid position (up to 320 hours) and run over a 8-to-10-week period between June – August 2022. To apply, please send letter of interest and resume to Cheryl Miller by no later than April 22, 2022.
GIS INTERN – TOWN OF MILTON
This internship is a paid position and is designed to provide additional skills and knowledge of GIS procedures, techniques and concepts. It will also provide an exceptional opportunity to develop a better understanding of GIS technology, skills and techniques by allowing them direct exposure to a real-world work environment. Work will also involve working with and maintaining the GIS based online mapping site which is part of the DPW online work order system. Salary: $18.00 to $20.00 per/hr depending on qualifications. Must have a valid Massachusetts Driver’s license.
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION (DCR)
- Seasonal GIS Applications Assistant ($1,731.12 biweekly)
- Seasonal Land Records and Database Coordinator ($2,301.93 Biweekly)
RESEARCHER – TENANT OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE ACT (TOPA) COALITION
The TOPA Coalition is working to enact in Massachusetts the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (otherwise known as an act guaranteeing a tenant’s right of first refusal), a bill that is critical to prevent displacement, preserve housing affordability, and level the playing field for tenants and affordable housing purchasers. The TOPA Coalition is seeking a researcher to examine the numbers and percentage of cash versus financed sales, extent of speculative activity, extent of “off-market” sales where brokers were not used and the size of properties sold. This will involve summarizing each community’s data, and transferring the summary data to a summary chart. If the researcher does not have access to the CoStar platform TOPA Coalition will provide access. It is estimated that the project will require 45-60 hours. The draft Excel file must be submitted by April 27, 2022 with the final file submitted by May 4, 2022. To express interest in the position and ask about compensation the student should reach out to Mat Thall, firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERN – WALKBOSTON
Washington, DC or Remote
CARE will be partnering with GENFAMI, a women-led organization based in Bogota, Colombia, on the project, Women’s Voice and Leadership in Humanitarian Settings in the Nariño and Norte de Santander departments. This project will be focused on increasing women’s voice and leadership in the humanitarian system in Colombia.
- The intern will develop a paper on the impact of women’s voice and leadership in the humanitarian system in Colombia. The intern will also have the opportunity to present with GENFAMI at the Sexual Violence Research Initiative Forum in Cancun, in October, 2022.
- The intern will support GENFAMI to produce a mapping of humanitarian coordination structures in Colombia. They will also document the capacity-sharing activities conducted between women-led organizations to support GENFAMI, and grassroots women-led organizations, in documenting their learning journey.
- The intern will be given the opportunity to learn more about women-led organizations in the Nariño and Norte de Santander departments of Colombia, notably, about the services they provide and the obstacles that they face. More broadly, this internship will be an opportunity to learn more about humanitarian architecture at country-level in Colombia, and about the impacts of conflict, climate change, and migration on communities.
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – FHI STUDIO
Hartford, CT or New York, NY
FHI Studio offers internships to students in or near our Connecticut and New York City offices. Placements range in duration from four weeks to one year. Our collaborative environment and atmosphere will provide a unique experience and exposure to all aspects of planning in our transportation and land use, environmental, and community involvement service lines. Our internship program offers a range of development opportunities. You will have real responsibility from day one, so you get to develop on-the-job skills that allow you to work independently as well as collaborate and work with others in a team environment. You’ll have an opportunity to develop professional and leadership skills that will help you on your career journey.
FELLOWSHIP – DATA DRIVEN DECISION MAKING (D3M) AT TUFTS UNIVERSITY
D3M@Tufts Fellows are a community of graduate students training to become innovative, adaptive leaders in data driven decision making. They come from a range of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and non-STEM departments and disciplinary backgrounds, and have a wide range of research and career goals. Three types of fellowships are available:
- Research Fellowships: 5 Research Fellows are chosen per year to receive 12 months of funding with a full stipend, tuition, and fees. This centerpiece of the program is designed to attract applications of the highest quality.
- PFI Fellowships: 10 PFI Fellows are chosen per year through a competitive application process. They work in teams to solve data-focused problems for a chosen thematic area.
- Travel Fellowships: 12 Travel Fellows are chosen per year for students to present their findings from the Interdisciplinary Immersion Program, Modular Course Element (MCE)-related project findings, and/or their own data-driven research at national and international conferences.
Washington, DC or Remote
As the U.S. Renewable Energy Intern, you will provide research support for WRI’s U.S. Energy Program, with a focus on helping U.S. cities meet their renewable energy goals and bring the benefits of clean energy to all communities. Your tasks will include providing research and logistical support for topically focused city cohorts to help them strategically advance renewable energy goals, writing memos and background notes to support meetings and WRI knowledge products, identifying emerging evaluation metrics for equity in clean energy programs, monitoring and tracking local government renewable energy transactions, supporting city engagement in wholesale energy markets, assisting with project development and reporting to funders, supporting cities with advanced purchasing, and conducting other tasks as needed.
INTERNSHIPS – CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AGENCY FOR PLANNING
The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) is the region’s comprehensive planning organization. The agency and its partners are implementing ON TO 2050, a long-range plan to help the seven counties and 284 communities of northeastern Illinois implement strategies that address transportation, housing, economic development, open space, the environment, and other quality-of-life issues. CMAP is looking for interns for the following positions:
- Communications and Outreach Intern
- Data Analyst Modeling Intern
- Field Data Collection Intern, Transportation Networks
- Transportation Planning Intern
- Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Intern
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Intern
- Planning Intern
- Plan Implementation Intern
Recover seeks a qualified applicant for a spring/summer Horticulture Intern. For full-time applicants, this position will typically range between 32-40 hours/week: Assist in the hands-on installation, maintenance, and/or remediation of green roof projects, incl. planting, weeding, and related work on extensive/intensive green roof systems, planters, meadows, and interiorscapes, as required, applicable, and appropriate based on project needs and demonstrated skill level.
NATIONAL ECOLOGICAL OBSERVATORY NETWORK (NEON) CLIMATE CHANGE INTERN – THE STUDENT CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION
The Observatory includes over 300+ personnel and is the first of its kind designed to detect and enable forecasting of ecological change at continental scales. Interns in this field-going position will work as part of a larger field crew and participate in multiple aspects of NEON’s field data collection efforts. These may include small mammal trapping, insect collection, vegetation surveys, soil sampling, surface water chemistry collection and fish sampling. In addition, back at the lab, interns may gain experience with processing and tracking samples, identifying insects and plants, and data entry. The interns are expected to safely perform field assignments in a variety of environmental conditions and follow sampling protocols under the guidance of NEON Field Ecologists. Deadline to apply is April 23.
INTERN – WALKBOSTON
WalkBoston is looking to fill an internship opening with our organization. Interns with WalkBoston gain experience in transportation-related design and planning, community engagement, advocacy, and community revitalization efforts. Interns contribute directly to the project and advocacy work of WalkBoston. Interns provide valuable substantive contributions to our work, and have the opportunity to help select the projects that best fit their skills and interests. Examples of WalkBoston’s current projects and programs include: Department of Public Health’s Mass in Motion program, Connecting Children and Families to Parks in East Boston, Walkability @ Boston Public Housing Developments, Gateway Cities: Transit Oriented Development, Age-Friendly Walking, alongside other advocacy and coalition efforts. We also have an opening as a Tisch Fellow for the summer, too! Contact: Miranda Briseño
PLANNING DIRECTOR – TOWN OF DUXBURY
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM – YALE PROGRAM ON CLIMATE CHANGE COMMUNICATION
New Haven, CT
SENIOR PLANNER – TOWN OF CONCORD
$65,763 – $99,202
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – LUZERNE COUNTY
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER I – NAUGATUCK VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS (NVCOG)
$50,000 – $55,000
PROGRAM COORDINATOR, PARTNERSHIPS – GREENTOWN LABS
MUNICIPAL POLICY ASSOCIATE – MAINE FARMLAND TRUST
$40,000 – $45,000
Contact: Rachel Grant
Deadline: May 15
DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE – BEACON COMMUNITIES
Boston, MA or New York, NY
Contact: Jaissa Feliz (Please list her as a referral if you choose to apply)
WATER QUALITY FIELD TECHNICIAN – MYSTIC RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION (MYRWA)
TETRA TECH, CDBG-DR PROGRAM MANAGER – TETRA TECH
Austin, TX or Maitland, FL or Remote
Contact: Tim Richter or Brenna Minor
DIRECTOR, ESG & SUSTAINABILITY – SWCA ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS
GIS SPECIALIST – EPSILON ASSOCIATES
Contact: Ida Weiss (Tufts Alum)
AGENCY GIS / TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR – MAINE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION AND FORESTRY
$47,923 – $64,625
PROJECT MONITOR – CITY OF WORCESTER
$23.74 – $31.55/hourly
PROGRAM COORDINATOR – NORTHWEST YOUTH CORPS
COMMUNITY OUTREACH ASSOCIATE (TEMPORARY) – PUBLIC LAB
$1,700 – $2,300/bi-weekly
CLIMATE CHANGE INVESTMENT SPECIALIST (RESEARCH ANALYST) – GLENMEDE TRUST COMPANY
New York, NY or Philadelphia, PA or Remote
ADVOCACY & EDUCATION COORDINATOR – HARBORLIGHT COMMUNITY PARTNERS
Contact: Joshua McCabe (UEP Alum) or Rosa Ordaz (Hiring Manager)
DIRECTOR OF LENDING – QUABOAG VALLEY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (QVCDC)
ASSOCIATE REAL ESTATE PROJECT MANAGER – NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COALITION
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT LENDING OFFICER –MILL CITIES COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS
RESIDENT SERVICES COORDINATOR – OPPORTUNITY COMMUNITIES (OPPCO)
COMMUNITY PLANNING MANAGER – MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (MPDC)
$60,000 – $70,000
GEO-SPATIAL RESEARCH ANALYST – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
$55,469 – $73,047
BICYCLING PROGRAM TEAM MEMBER (TEMPORARY) – BOSTON TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT
$19 – $21 hourly
JUNIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – NELSON\NYGAARD CONSULTING ASSOCIATES
GIS COORDINATOR – PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD
Below are examples of responsibilities but not limited to the following:
- Provide technical assistance with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software in developing, storing, retrieving, and analyzing data.
- Design, develop and manage geospatial databases, including converting digital data in various formats and converting thematic source maps from analog to digital form through appropriate hardware and software.
- Collaborate with a diverse group of resources specialists, planners, and managers to coordinate and implement geospatial applications and incorporate GIS resource data.
If interested, please send your resumes to NAVFACML_PWD_MAINE_STAFF@navy.mil
GIS SPECIALIST – TEMPLE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION FOUNDATION
- Associate Director, Center for Clean Energy Innovation
- Research Assistant, Center for Clean Energy Innovation
ASSISTANT PLANNER – TOWN OF KINGSTON
$24.56 – $29.23
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT – CAMINOS DE AGUA
San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico
COMMUNITY PLANNER I – JM GOLDSON
COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT – CENTER FOR AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SYSTEMS (CAFS) AT VERMONT LAW SCHOOL
South Royalton, VT or Remote
$25/hr (part-time, seasonal)
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE I – NMR GROUP INC
Deadline: June 1
ENGINEER ANALYST I OR II – NMR GROUP INC
Deadline: June 1
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY PROGRAMS – FENWAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
$68,000 – $70,000
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – COGDESIGN
Deadline to apply is May 1
PHILANTHROPY OFFICER – SIERRA CLUB MAINE
Remote / Flexible in Maine
VARIOUS POSITIONS – BOSTON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
- PLANNER I – $45,000 – $56,300
- PLANNER I – RESILIENCE AND WATERFRONT PLANNING – $45,000 – $56,300
- PLANNER II – $52,200 – $65,300
- PROJECT ASSISTANT – $43,000 – $53,700
- PROJECT MANAGER – $58,900 – $73,600
SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR – ENDICOTT COLLEGE
ASSISTANT PLANNER I – TOWN OF ACTON
$55,155 – $63,939.98
DIRECTOR OF HOUSING INNOVATION LAB – CITY OF BOSTON DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT
$475,085.85 – $106,871.48
Deadline to apply is May 14
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – CITY OF WATERTOWN
ASSISTANT CONTROLLER – NATIONAL HOUSING TRUST
$91,979 – $153,879
SENIOR ASSOCIATE, HOUSING – POLICYLINK
$80,000 – $100,000
RIVER CITIES COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ORGANIZER – SCENIC HUDSON
$48,000 – $55,000
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER – COMPASS HOUSING ALLIANCE
ELECTRIC VEHICLE PROGRAM ASSOCIATE – GREEN ENERGY CONSUMERS ALLIANCE
$45,000 – $50,000
ASSOCIATE PLANNER – CITY OF BEVERLY PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
$52,440.55 to $60,073.52
DATA ANALYST-TRANSPORTATION, ECONOMICS & PLANNING FOCUS – EBP US
Contact: Jess Wilson ’21, Tess Ruderman ’20
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, FAST – UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY (UNU)
New York, NY
$65,000 – $75,000
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER – MASSCEC
TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT PLANNER – BOSTON TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT
$60,148 – $90,071
GRASSROOTS ORGANIZER – SIERRA CLUB MAINE
Remote/ Flexible In Maine
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – MASSDOT
PROJECT ASSOCIATE, PLANNING AND/OR URBAN DESIGN – MIG
Denver, CO or Remote
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY LIFE/VIDA URBANA
- Grant Writer, part time ($48,800-$57,600)
- Development Director ($61,000 to $72,000)
- Bilingual Organizer ($52,000-$56,000)
PROGRAM COORDINATOR, CARE THAT WORKS PILOT PROGRAM – COMMUNITY LABOR UNITED
$52,000 – 62,000
DATA SCIENTIST – BOSTON UNIVERSITY, INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC)
- Senior Economic Development Planner ($75,000.00 – $85,000.00)
- Economic Development Planner II ($60,000.00 – $70,000.00)
TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF IPSWICH
Deadline to apply is April 1
HUD CERTIFIED HOUSING COUNSELOR – NEIGHBORWORKS HOUSING SOLUTIONS
PART TIME REAL ESTATE MARKET ANALYST/PLANNER – LDS CONSULTING GROUP
HOUSING COORDINATOR – TOWN OF DENNIS
South Dennis, MA
$60,000 – $70,000
TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF WESTWOOD
$80,872 – $100,997
Contact: Nora Loughnane, 781-251-2595
DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE – BROOKLINE HOUSING AUTHORITY
SUSTAINABILITY DIRECTOR – CITY OF HARTFORD
$78,399 – $119,952
Deadline to apply is April 1.
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – FHI STUDIO
New York, NY or Hartford, CT
REAL ESTATE MANAGER – BOSTON NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY LAND TRUST (BNCLT)
$70,000 – $85,000
ECONOMIST – CAPE COD COMMISSION
$74,708 – $81,625
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (PART TIME, TEMPORARY) – THE CENTER FOR COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND SOLIDARITY (CCDS)
East Boston, MA
ASSOCIATE PLANNER – CITY OF BEVERLY
$52,440 – $60,073
GIS COORDINATOR – TOWN OF BARNSTABLE
GIS SPECIALIST – MASSDEVELOPMENT
$54,100 – $68,500
GIS ANALYST – TETRA TECH
SEASONAL ARCHAEOLOGY ASSISTANT SUMMER 2022 – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION
Boston, MA and Remote
PLANNER I – TOWN OF PEMBROKE PARK
Pembroke Park, FL
Deadline: April 4
POLICY ANALYST, ENERGY, U.S. CLIMATE ALLIANCE – UNITED NATIONAL FOUNDATION
Washington, DC or Remote
COMMUNITY PLANNER – BARRETT PLANNING GROUP
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – ASPEN INSTITUTE
DATA MANAGEMENT & QUALITY IMPROVEMENT MANAGER – METRO HOUSING BOSTON
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF REAL ESTATE – URBAN EDGE
Boston, MA and Remote
CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER – SKYTRUTH
$150,000 – $175,000
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND
Washington, DC, Boston, MA or Remote
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – EMERALD NECKLACE CONSERVANCY
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – GREEN AMERICA
- Verification Director: Soil Carbon Initiative
- Policy Director, Climate Safe Lending Network
- Managing Director: Soil Carbon Initiative
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – FENWAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Contact: Nick Pittman (UEP alum)
PART TIME AFFORDABLE HOUSING POSITION – FINEPOINT ASSOCIATES
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNER – CITY OF SOMERVILLE
RENTAL ASSISTANCE SPECIALIST – COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF SOMERVILLE (CAAS)
POLICY ADVISOR, GLOBAL ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE INITIATIVE – BOSTON UNIVERSITY GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY CENTER
Contact: Katie Gallogly-Swan
CONSERVATION AGENT – TOWN OF NORFOLK
COMMUNITY ORGANIZER – MYSTIC RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION
$50,000 – $60,000
GIS ANALYST – TETRA TECH
Portland, ME or Remote
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OFFICER, SUPPORTIVE HOUSING – CITY OF BOSTON
$61,653 – $90,001
Deadline: March 31
SENIOR POLICY PROGRAM MANAGER – THE URBAN INSTITUTE
SENIOR CLIMATE POLICY MANAGER USA – CLIMEWORKS
NATIONAL GREENWAY MANAGER – EAST COAST GREENWAY ALLIANCE
Durham, NC or Remote
ASSISTANT PLANNER – CITY OF FALL RIVER
Fall River, MA
E-BIKE GRANT MANAGER – MASSACHUSETTS BICYCLE COALITION
Worcester, MA or Remote
REAL ESTATE MANAGER – BOSTON NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY LAND TRUST
$70,000 – $85,000
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – MA DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
- Diverse and Culturally Responsive Programs Manager
- Data Visualization And Storytelling Specialist – Statewide Data Hub
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – CITY OF WATERTOWN
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER, REAL ESTATE – 2LIFE COMMUNITIES
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – HOUSING CORPORATION OF ARLINGTON
$110,000 – $140,000
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AGENCY FOR PLANNING (CMAP)
- Director, Intergovernmental Affairs
- Associate Planner (ADA)
- Senior Planner (ADA)
- Assistant Planner
- ADA Planning Director
- Associate Analyst – Conformity Air Quality
- Communications and Engagement Deputy Executive Director
- Digital Communications Senior
POLICY MANAGER, CARBON MARKETS AND CORPORATE CLIMATE STRATEGIES – 3DEGREES
Portland, OR or San Francisco, CA
DATA ANALYST – BARR FOUNDATION
$67,000 – $75,000
Deadline: March 18
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS, INCORPORATED
DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR – OARS, ORGANIZATION FOR THE ASSABET, SUDBURY, AND CONCORD RIVERS
HOUSING SOLUTIONS LAB DATA ANALYST – NYU FURMAN CENTER
New York, NY