GRADUATE TA AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROJECTS COORDINATOR NEEDED – TUFTS ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM
This graduate student TA will provide support for field trips and community engagement projects in ENV 150 (Environment, Communication and Culture) including coordinating field trips, coordinating with guest speakers, and meeting with both community partners and student teams to support community engagement projects in ENV 150. More traditional graduate teaching assistant duties will include attending classes, delivering one lecture if desired, and assisting students with small group work and final papers/projects. Grading including a small number of papers (no more than 10 twice in the semester) and providing timely feedback for in class writing responses will be requested as well. Background or interest in media, social media, communications, or film-making preferred but not required. Course meets Tuesday, Thursday from 10:30 to 11:45 AM. Compensation $3325 for the semester with a work expectation of an average of 7 hours per week. Please email Dr. Ninian Stein with a CV or resume and a brief description of your relevant interests to apply for the position.
PART-TIME LECTURER: INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY AND TECHNOLOGY OF MAPS – TUFTS UNIVERSITY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY
The Science, Technology, and Society (STS) program at Tufts University seeks a Part-Time Lecturer to teach one Geography/STS course in Spring 2020. The course should include an introduction to GIS and cartography, but should also teach broader principles in the field of human geography, including space and place, scale, territory, community, and the built environment. To apply please provide a cover letter including a short description of background and interests, a CV, and a concept sketch for the course (one page) to apply.interfolio.com/69621. Please also include names of two references who can provide information regarding your qualifications. For questions about the position please contact STS Program Director Moon Duchin. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
PART-TIME REMOTE SENSING LECTURER (NON-TENURE TRACK) – TUFTS UEP
The Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University is searching for a part‐time lecturer to teach graduate-level Remote Sensing in Spring 2020, to be taught on Tuesdays 4:30-5:45pm and Thursdays 4:30-7:15pm (includes a lab session). Remote Sensing will introduce students to the use of satellite imagery and other remotely sensed data for urban and environmental analysis. The course will emphasize practical applications of remote sensing for understanding human-environment dynamics. All application materials must be submitted via Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/68925. Please submit a cover letter, CV, teaching evidence (syllabus, course evaluations, etc.) and contact information for three references. Questions about the position may be directed to email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
SUSTAINABILITY ANALYTICS LECTURER (NON-TENURE TRACK) – TUFTS UEP
The Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University is searching for a part-time lecturer for Spring 2020 to teach the 2-credit module in the Sustainability Analytics. In this course, students will learn about sources of data and approaches to data visualization that can be used to address multi-faceted sustainability challenges such as reducing motor vehicle congestion in urban areas and operating reliable electricity systems using renewable energy. A PhD in science, engineering, economics or planning is preferred. Preference will be given to applicants with research and professional experience in working with data related to sustainability. Please submit a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three references. All application materials must be submitted via Interfolio. Questions about the position may be directed to Ann Rappaport, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications continue until the position is filled.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS – TUFTS INSTITUTE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Matriculated graduate students at any of Tufts University’s graduate programs and professional schools are eligible to apply for a TIE fellowship. TIE’s environmental research fellowship can be used to conduct interdisciplinary environmental research projects. This is an opportunity for students to conduct research within their own area of interest and obtain mentorship and guidance from Tufts faculty and TIE staff to help build expertise. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply. New TIE Fellows will join more than 100 Tufts students and alumni who have participated in this fellowship since 2002. Retreats, workshops and presentations are organized by and for the TIE Fellows so that the students can build skills and expand professional networks. Funding: up to $5,000 per student is available to cover costs related to equipment, supplies, travel, and stipend. Up to $3,000 can be allocated as personal stipend. See more info at the link above. The deadline to apply is January 30, 2020.
8TH ANNUAL U.S. WOMEN IN CLEAN ENERGY SYMPOSIUM C3E POSTER COMPETITION – U.S. CLEAN ENERGY EDUCATION & EMPOWERMENT (C3E)
November 13-14, 2019, College Station, TX
Female undergraduates, graduate and postdoctoral students pursuing research in the clean energy sector are invited to apply! Entrants will submit their research for an opportunity to present their work on November 13-14, 2019, at the 8th Annual U.S. C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. The C3E Poster Competition is an opportunity for students and early-career researchers to participate in networking at the 8th Annual C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium, while showcasing their work. The poster competition also exposes C3E attendees to cutting-edge research in a variety of clean energy fields. Poster presenters will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with leading female experts in clean energy at all stages in their careers, including the C3E Ambassadors and mid-career award winners for 2019 and prior years.
Tufts Campus Events
MS IN CONSERVATION MEDICINE OPEN HOUSE – CUMMINGS SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
January 10, 200 Westboro Rd, North Grafton, MA
Do you have a passion for animal, human and environmental health? Are you driven to make a positive impact on the world we share? Join us to learn more about the Master of Science in Conservation Medicine (MCM) Program, a twelve-month graduate program focusing on health relationships at the interface of humans, animals, and the environment.
FALL 2019 DATA LAB WORKSHOP SERIES
Make sure to check out the fantastic Workshop Series sponsored by the Data Labs, Tisch Library, TTS Research Technology, Hirsh Health Sciences Library, and the Digital Design Studio (DDS). There are workshops offered on the Medford and Boston campuses this year and all are welcome!
Off Campus Events
COMMUNITY FOOD SYSTEMS CONFERENCE – NEW ENTRY SUSTAINABLE FARMING PROJECT
December 9-11, Savannah Hyatt Regency Hotel, Savannah, GA
The 2019 Community Food Systems Conference will address common underlying themes of food security, social justice and sustainable agriculture across urban and rural environments and foster community empowerment to create resilient and equitable local food systems. We will convene in Savannah, Georgia to highlight and learn about food systems in the U.S. South while also drawing parallels to food systems across the country. The conference is hosted by New Entry Sustainable Farming Project and Georgia Farmer’s Market Association (GFMA). The partners will build on the momentum of the 2017 Community Food Systems Conference and GFMA’s Food for Thought Conference.
Internships, Fellowships, Grants
2020 SWITZER FELLOWSHIPS – ROBERT & PATRICIA SWITZER FOUNDATION
The Switzer Fellowship Program offers one-year fellowships to highly talented graduate students in New England and California whose studies and career goals are directed toward environmental improvement and who clearly demonstrate leadership in their field. The fellowship includes a $15,000 cash award for academic study, leadership training, access to a vibrant network of more than 650 Switzer Fellowship alums, and opportunities for professional development during the fellowship year and beyond. Switzer Fellows are on the leading edge of environmental and social change through efforts in environmental science, policy, conservation, environmental justice, public health, economics, journalism, urban planning, business, law and more. Switzer Fellows come from diverse social, academic and economic backgrounds. They are committed to interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral work, applied results, and collaborative leadership. Further, they are committed to their own professional development and to continually improving their leadership skills throughout their careers. There is one application deadline per year.
BOSTON PROGRAM INTERN – ITDP
The Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP) is a not-for-profit organization based in New York City with offices in Africa, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico and the United States. ITDP works to promote environmentally sustainable and socially equitable transportation policies and projects around the world, with an emphasis on developing countries. ITDP is seeking an Intern to work in the Boston office on a variety of projects related to work on the program’s BRT initiatives in the Boston area. The internship is available immediately; must be able to work two days per week in our Boston office (15 hours per week). Please send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to email@example.com with “Boston Program Internship” in the subject line.
INTERN – RIVERA CONSULTING, INC.
Rivera Consulting seeks entry, undergraduate and graduate level interns who are passionate about social change, progressive politics, and movement building organizations. Interns will have the opportunity to engage with a variety of progressive and change-making organizations. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, organizational and urban planning research, stakeholder management and interviews, group facilitation exercises, data collection and analysis, content editing and writing, and qualitative and quantitative evaluation research design. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in learning about the intersection of people, policy and politics and implementing data-driven solutions to challenges of organizational growth and internal evaluation. Compensation is $15/hour. If you are interested please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GIS INTERN FOR SUMMER 2020 – FACTORY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Our GIS intern will take part in developing new map data, perform location analysis, and prepare map outputs for our account teams. Take part in a variety of projects that will offer opportunities to learn new software and research new technologies. FM Global is a leading property insurer of the world’s largest businesses, providing more than one-third of Fortune 1000-size companies with engineering-based risk management and property insurance solutions. This position reports to the GIS Manager within Engineering Plan Services and will perform daily tasks related, but not limited to: editing geographic data, creating map outputs, analyzing locations, researching new technologies.
CLIMATE FINANCE RESEARCH ASSISTANT – TUFTS CLIMATE POLICY LAB AT CIERP
The Climate Policy Lab at the Center for International Environment and Resource Policy is looking for a research assistant to help with a project on climate finance policies. The task will include creating an inventory of policies related to climate finance. Knowledge of climate finance policies is required. Familiarity with policy databases such as IEA’s Global Renewable Energy Policies and Measures Database is strongly preferred. This is a short term position and immediate availability is required. Please send your resume and a short note explaining your background to Sara Rosales.
CARTOGRAPHY INTERN, DATA LABS – INDIGO
Indigo improves grower profitability, environmental sustainability, and consumer health through the use of natural microbiology and digital technologies. Utilizing beneficial plant microbes and agronomic insights, Indigo works with growers to sustainably produce high quality harvests. The company then connects growers and buyers directly to bring these harvests to market. As a Cartography Intern on our Data Labs team, you will synthesize complex, dynamic agricultural concepts through compelling, insightful maps for both web and print. You will work with agricultural, demographic, and weather data from both open and proprietary sources including the USDA, NOAA, and Indigo’s internal data feeds. We are looking for a creative and detail-oriented self-starter who is curious to learn and excited to foster cartographic excellence in a fast-paced, mission-driven environment. All applications can be submitted directly to Chad Lawlis at email@example.com.
CLIMATE POSITIVE APPROACHES FELLOW – CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL
The Fellow, Climate Positive Approaches, will work closely with all members of the Climate Team and relevant CI divisions (CELB, CFD, Policy and field). S/he will report to the Climate Change Lead, Global Strategy Group, but will be jointly managed with the Vice President, Sustainable Production within the Center for Environmental Leadership in Business, in close coordination with the Vice President for Sustainable Landscapes and Seascapes. The role is also part of CI’s Technical Fellowship program, which hosts conservation fellows who work to create dynamic and unconventional approaches to address existing barriers to sustainability and contribute to a shift in how nature is valued. These fellowships provide unparalleled opportunities for intensive focus and achievement at the intersection of climate, conservation, business and technology. The program engages emerging talent to provide fresh thinking and extensive leadership to CI’s work around the world. With 2-year contracts, the fellows are able to expand the breadth of their skills, gain valuable experience in their fields, and find innovative solutions together with CI program staff and local partners. The fellowship is distinguished by four key areas of opportunity: travel, access to resources, professional development and direct participation in CI programs.The position is based in Arlington, Virginia with a two-year fixed term contract.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INTERN – CITY OF 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 intern will 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. Contact: Pardis Saffari.
ARTS & CULTURE PLANNING INTERN – MAPC
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council seeks an Arts & Culture Planning Intern for MAPC’s Arts & Culture Department. The Arts & Culture Department is a team of planners and artists dedicated to engaging arts and culture in promoting smart growth and livability. The Intern will assist planners with research, writing, design work, mapping, community engagement, and/or data collection that enhances the planning and policy priorities of the Department. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of urban planning or community development and have prior experience working with artists and/or arts and cultural organizations. Awareness of arts and cultural policy topics is a plus. The intern will have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of research and planning projects, build new connections, and contribute to the development of exciting projects and partnerships. Compensation is $17-$21 per hour dependent on qualifications and experience. Contact: Cherelle Bell
CAMPUS COORDINATOR – ENVIRONMENTAL VOTER PROJECT
The Environmental Voter Project is seeking applicants for its selective Campus Coordinator Program for the 2019-2020 academic year. Each Campus Coordinator will work closely with EVP’s Organizing Director to build a campus-specific organizing plan and then oversee all organizing and voter contact for that designated college campus. EVP’s Campus Coordinator positions are unpaid, volunteer roles similar to campaign internships. Coordinators will be expected to work anywhere from 1–5 hours per week, according to a flexible schedule that takes exams and other student responsibilities into account. Campus Coordinators will also have the opportunity to join regular conference calls and trainings with EVP’s Organizing Director and gain valuable campaign skills and experience. Contact: Ashia Ajani
CLIMATE CORPS – ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND
EDF Climate Corps is the premier graduate fellowship program to jump-start your career in clean energy or sustainability. Fellows join an exclusive network of over a thousand EDF Climate Corps alumni and other energy and sustainability professionals, working to advance climate solutions in leading organizations around the world. Our competitive program selects qualified candidatesfrom a variety of disciplinesto work for a summer embedded within leading organizationsto identify customized energy and climate solutions. Fellows will gain access to an interactive in-person training as well as resources and continuing education, including professional development opportunities, online resources and webinars. Compensation is $1250/week plus reimbursement of travel costs. Please visit our website to complete your 2020 fellow application. For early consideration and the best opportunity to be matched with your preferred host organization, please apply by December 2, 2019 11:59 pm PT. The final application deadline is January 6, 2020 11:59 pm PT. For more information about the timeline and program, please visit the EDF Climate Corps website.
GRADER FOR ME: 149: DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY – TUFTS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
The Tufts Mechanical Engineering Department is looking for a grader for the course ME 149: Design for Sustainability. The position will pay at a rate of $15/hour with roughly 10 hours/week and flexible scheduling. There is an additional opportunity to serve as a computer lab assistant for computer labs using life cycle assessment software. Required skills include
• Knowledge of basic statistics (standard deviation, confidence intervals)
• Familiarity with basic economics (payback period, net present value, etc.)
• Able to perform life cycle analyses
• Experience using any life cycle assessment software (openLCA, SimaPro, GaBi, etc.)
• Experience with SolidWorks Sustainability
• Able to perform sensitivity analyses
• Familiarity with Monte Carlo simulations
Interested candidates should have completed NUTR 331: Environmental Life Cycle Assessment, please contact Prof. Deborah Sunter.
GREEN CORPS FELLOWSHIP – GREEN CORPS
Our year-long program puts you in an intensive classroom training with people like Bill McKibben, and other guest speakers and leaders of environmental organizations. Then, you move to hands-on experience working with groups like Oceana, Audubon Society, The Wilderness Society and Mighty Earth to fight climate change, protect public lands and reform our food system. When you graduate from the program, we will help you find a career with one for the nation’s leading environmental and social change groups. The planet needs all the help it can, especially now with so many protections under attack. To win now and build a strong foundation for lasting progress, we need people who know how to organize: to run organizations and campaigns that will inspire the support and action we need to save our planet. We’re accepting the top 25 out of more than 1000 applicants for our 2020-2021 program. If you’re passionate about the environment and ready to learn and practice the craft of organizing, click here to apply. Green Corps year long program begins in August 2020 with Introductory Classroom Training, and continues with field placements in multiple locations across the U.S. Candidates must be willing to relocate.
CLIMATE INTERNSHIP – LINCOLN INSTITUTE OF LAND POLICY
The Lincoln Institute’s Urban Programs department is seeking an intern to research and document municipal land use-based climate change policy in the US and beyond. The intern will design and begin populating a database of land use decisions focused on curbing GHG emissions and adapting to a changing climate. This database will be used for further research, including to better understanding the circumstances that lead people and places to increase their resilience.The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy’s Urban Programs is embarking on a suite of research looking at the adoption of climate change policy inside and outside of the US. Land use decisions focused on curbing carbon-emitting emissions (mitigation) and responding to a changing climate (adaptation) will be identified to better understand the circumstances that lead people and places to increase their resilience. This research will be in service of Lincoln’s growing climate change practice, providing the foundation for future inquiries, research, and other products. With guidance from Lincoln, the intern will be responsible for designing and developing a database for land use policies that represent promising mitigative and adaptive practices in municipalities of the US and beyond. The intern will influence the type of information being collected, identify places with promising practices, and collect relevant information from at least an initial selection of places. Documentation of the methodology and resources used for this research is required. Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter to Hallah Elbeleidy. When submitting materials, include in the subject line “Climate Internship.” No phone calls, please.
DEVELOPMENT INTERN – MIRA
MIRA Coalition is the largest organization in New England advocating for the rights and integration of immigrants and refugees. The Organizing Department at MIRA is looking to for a Masters student intern. Please note this is an unpaid position ideally 8-12 hours a week. The job responsibilities include: communicating and managing data for MIRA’s 130+ coalition of member organizations, and playing a lead role in organizing MIRA’s annual member meeting in the fall, and annual Immigrants Day at the State House in the spring.
USGBC MA FALL 2019 INTERNSHIP – USGBC
The US Green Building Council, Massachusetts Chapter is the pre-eminent organization driving sustainable and regenerative design, construction, and operation of the built environment. Our mission is for everyone to have green buildings to work, live, play, and study in, within a generation. This is a lot of work! Do you want to help make every building in the world (at least in Mass.) a green building? Would you like to participate on the inside of the movement with us at the USGBC MA Chapter? As an intern for USGBC MA, you will be doing a variety of tasks, from supporting day to day work, small research projects, and media design tasks. Internships with USGBC MA are fairly general, and projects are chosen based on interest. You will be able to put the final products in your portfolio to show others your skills and your expanding knowledge base related to the green building industry. We will also help you build connections across the state among green building professionals. The Intern will report to and meet at least once per week with the Executive Director for updates and planning. Interns are expected to work from the USGBC MA Chapter office in downtown Boston. Send resume, cover letter and a writing sample and show us how you connect with our mission. No phone calls, please email; please include the term “Internship Application” in the subject line. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
FALL INTERNSHIPS – ALL IN ENERGY
All In Energy is a young Boston-area nonprofit working to accelerate an inclusive clean energy economy by bringing diverse talent to clean energy companies and energy efficiency to underserved populations. We’ve been hired by the city of Cambridge to help their renters specifically get access to no-cost home energy assessments, which they can get with or without their landlords’ involvement. The three positions below are all paid internships ($15/hour for the fall semester), focused on making our work in Cambridge successful. Candidates must be current undergraduate or masters degree students, or have graduated within the past year.
Student Organizing Intern – This person would focus on engaging students (primarily graduate students) in Cambridge who live off campus to help them get no-cost home energy assessments of their rental units. Ideally this person would be a masters degree student who is linked into networks of students living off campus in Cambridge (Tufts students and/or from schools in/near Cambridge).
Neighborhood Outreach Intern – This person would focus on canvassing in high renter neighborhoods with our team to ensure that all renters living in 1-4 units buildings in Cambridge have an opportunity to save energy at home through free state programs. Ideally this person would live in Cambridge (or at least be familiar with the city and able to easy transport themselves around it). The ability to speak Spanish, or another common Cambridge language, is a plus.
Customer Action Intern – This person would work primarily out of our shared office space at the BUild Lab on Boston University’s campus, supporting our follow-up with residents who want energy assessments. This includes calling and emailing people who have signed up with us, managing and improving our database, and supporting the overall operations of our field teams to ensure their success.
INTERNSHIP – TUFTS INSTITUTE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) is seeking a graduate or undergraduate student to assist with tasks related to managing and executing TIE’s programs and initiatives. Duties will involve supporting the basic administrative functions of an office as well as assisting with program design, deployment, evaluation and marketing. This position is ideal for students interested in learning more about what happens behind the scenes to ensure TIE’s programs are executed on time and above expectations. The person will get experience working directly on environmentally-related programs, and gain transferable skills across environmental industries. Example tasks may include: maintaining records and files; administering surveys; generating reports and other data analysis; updating website pages; organizing event logistics; participating in and facilitating program events; administering internal and external direct communications; and assisting with other tasks as needed. Interested students should send: 1) Cover letter 2) Resume. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. NOTE: Applications submitted without a cover letter will NOT be considered.
FIRST SOURCE JOBS PROGRAM INTERN – SOMERVILLE COMMUNITY CORPORATION
SCC is seeking an intern to work in our First Source Jobs Program as part of the Economic Opportunity team. The intern will work to support two primary areas of programming:
- Provide career support to participants of our growing pipeline of new job seekers, including conducting intakes, resume and cover letter assistance, job search, and job application assistance. The intern will work directly with job seekers through one-on-one and group job readiness skills training. The intern will also help launch, coordinate and staff a new career coaching drop-in clinic on Thursday afternoons.
- Implement the use of a new program evaluation tool to better understand the full impact of the program on participant economic resiliency. The “Job Readiness Checklist” was designed in 2018 and is ready for roll out program-wide. The intern will develop a plan for participant outreach, help collect data from program participants, and enter data into SalesForce database (training will be provided).
We are looking for someone excited about workforce development, nonprofit service delivery, and program evaluation, who enjoys teamwork in a fast-paced environment. Experience in a direct service role is helpful but not required. This position requires strong computer skills and time management skills. Proficiency in a second language is preferred. The hours and schedule for this internship are flexible, depending on the ideal candidate’s needs. We estimate a need for approximately 10-15 hours a week over a 6-month period with the option to extend and add additional projects based on the intern’s interests. To apply, please submit a short cover letter and resume to Blake Roberts Crall. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
DATA RESEARCH COORDINATOR – PREDICT-ALIGN-PREVENT (PAP)
We are searching for an individual, preferably with an urban planning background, who would be interested in a 1099 contract position with PAP for roughly ten hours a week as a research coordinator. These hours would mostly be spent on scheduled phone meetings during the day, so they would need to have flexibility in their schedule. The research position would be fully remote so no worries on needing to be onsite. Our clients are state child welfare agencies dotted around the country. The ideal candidate would have at least an intermediate knowledge of R language and would be adept and comfortable in a facilitation role between state clients, geospatial data scientists. If interested, please contact Danielle Van Zorn.
SOCIAL JUSTICE RESEARCH FELLOW – COMMUNITY LABOR UNITED (CLU)
The Social Justice Research Fellow works within the CLU research department to advance our campaigns. Your work may include conduncting literature reviews, policy scans, corporate analyses, interviews, and writing one-pagers, memos, and other documents. You will also be able to attend coalition meetings and other campaign events. Ideally we can tailor your focus to your interest areas. Our most active issue areas currently include:
- Child Care (family affordability, provider compensation, nonstandard schedules, cooperative development, development linkage fees, QRIS, and anti-privatization)
- Housing (real estate tax breaks, corporate power mapping, and anti-financialization)
- Public Transit (low-income fares, Transportation Climate Initiative, and anti-privatization)
- Climate and Energy (low-income access to solar, utility regulation reform, climate resilience, and community-controlled microgrid development)
Compensation rate is $15-$20 an hour dependent on qualifications. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Sarah Jimenez.
FALL INTERN – WALKBOSTON
WalkBoston interns gain experience in transportation-related planning and design, community engagement, advocacy, and neighborhood revitalization efforts. If you have an interest in learning firsthand how walkability affects community health, civic participation and overall quality of life, then an internship at WalkBoston could be a career-enhancing experience for you. Tasks include: Assisting with walkability assessments and advocacy training, researching and preparing white papers on transportation-related topics that affect the communities and representing WalkBoston at community events and public meetings. Interns provide valuable substantive contributions to our work, and have the opportunity to choose among a variety of projects. This is a paid internship; work study preferred. Interns are expected to work during their scheduled hours – we are flexible and will find a time that works around class schedules. If an intern cannot come to work, then they should notify the office as soon as possible. Please submit your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com.
HOUSING AND SERVICES INTERN – TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE COLLABORATIVE
The Technical Assistance Collaborative is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping our nation’s human services, health care, homelessness, and affordable housing systems implement policies and practices that empower people to live healthy, independent lives in the communities they choose. For over 25 years, TAC has provided policy leadership, technical assistance and consultation for numerous federal, state and local government agencies, as well as for national policy and advocacy, philanthropic, and nonprofit organizations. TAC’s collaborative consulting model deploys multidisciplinary teams of experts with public and nonprofit sector experience administering and providing services for people involved in mental health, substance use, developmental disabilities, child welfare, juvenile justice, homeless, and affordable housing systems. The Housing Intern works closely with TAC Housing Staff to ensure successful implementation and completion of technical assistance and policy projects and initiatives. Provides support to staff on development of community housing plans, federal housing programming, and statewide planning forums. Conducts and coordinates research on housing related issues and policies. Completes required reports to federal and other funders. Opportunities to develop a Master’s or “capstone” project are possible and can be explored at initial interview. Compensation is $15-$20 per hour dependent on qualifications. Contact Lisa Sloane at 413-329-5979 for questions or assistance.
GROW GRANT APPLICATION OPEN – NEW ENGLAND GRASSROOTS ENVIRONMENT FUND
Grow grants are geared to established groups who are ready to expand the scope of their work. Grow groups often have 1+ year experience running community projects and are ready to take on (pieces of) local system strategy around the issues of food, land & water, climate change, new economies and environmental health. The Grassroots Fund interprets the word ‘environment’ broadly and will provide funding for a wide range of activities. Contact UEP alum, Laura Flagg, regarding questions and additional information.
DEVELOPMENT & OPERATIONS INTERN – CHICA PROJECT
Chica Project (CP) is a non-profit organization that works to close the opportunity divide for Latinas and other Women of Color by empowering them with the skills, confidence, and network necessary to thrive personally and professionally. We are comprised of diverse leaders, professionals, and volunteers throughout Massachusetts. Through a network of accomplished multicultural women, CP empowers girls to recognize their strengths and build the self-efficacy needed to graduate from high school, attend college and move on pathways to economic success. The Development Intern offers the opportunity to gain knowledge of data collection, report writing, and data analysis. This person will work closely with the Interim Executive Director to create data-based reports for grant writing and funding purposes. They will also help to identify, secure, and engage funding opportunities from local businesses, foundations, and individual donors.gage participants in thoughtful activities and discussions that may not be available to them in school or at home. The Operations Intern will play a critical leadership role, in ensuring that the day-to-day functioning of the office, resources and that staff are being supported effectively and efficiently. This position will be expected to support the Interim Executive Director administratively. Additionally, they will be expected to assist in organizing special events such as the annual fundraiser and program kick-off. All internships are unpaid however college credit is possible.
STUDENT INTERNSHIP – CENTRAL MASS GROWN (CMG)
Central Mass Grown is seeking an intern for the fall and spring semesters. Potential academic interest areas include: Communications, Marketing, Outreach, Public Relations, Nonprofit Management, Food Systems and Sustainability. Tasks are subject to project cycles but could include: processing and sending membership dues notifications (fall), assist with distribution of Farm Products Guide (spring) Database Management and representing CMG at events and conferences throughout region (NOFA, FarmFreshFest, etc.). The time commitment is 5-15 hours per week and academic credit is available. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis with a start date of September 1. Please send resume or CV, statement/letter of interest, and how this relates to your academic or other goals to Maleah Gustafson. Please be prepared to provide references upon request.
DATA SCIENCE FELLOWSHIP – THE DATA INCUBATOR
New York, NY/San Francisco, CA/Boston, MA/Washington D.C.
The Data Incubator is a Cornell-funded data science training organization. We run a free advanced 8-week fellowship (think data science bootcamp) for PhDs looking to enter industry. A variety of innovative companies partner with The Data Incubator for their hiring and training needs, including LinkedIn, Genentech, Capital One, Pfizer, and many others. The program is free for admitted Fellows and supported by sponsorships from hundreds of employers across multiple industries. The program is free for admitted Fellows. Fellows have the option to participate in the program either in person in New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Boston New, Washington DC, or online. Anyone who has already obtained a masters or PhD degree or who is within one year of graduating with a masters or PhD is welcome to apply. Applications from international students are welcome. Everyone else is encouraged to sign-up for a future session.
SOCIAL JUSTICE FELLOW FOR THE ARTS & HUMANITIES – UUUM
The Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry (UUUM) is seeking candidates for the position of Social Justice Fellow for the Arts and Humanities, a pilot fellowship. The Social Justice Fellowship is a one-year, paid position, in which the Fellow curates, publicizes and staffs cultural, social, historical and musical events at the UUUM. Their mission is enlivening our historic campus with events that have a social justice message and which serve the community of Roxbury. They work closely with the Community Engagement committee, the Director of Development and the Director of Facilities, and report to the Executive Director. This role requires a high level of flexibility, with a focus on evening and weekend events.The Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry actively seeks diversity in its programming. Bilingual/bicultural candidates and LGBTQ candidates are encouraged to apply. This is a part-time, 15 – 20 hours per week position, with evening and weekend hours. Please submit a resume and thoughtful email to firstname.lastname@example.org and write “Social Justice Fellowship” in the subject line. Resumes without a cover letter will not be considered.
CLIMATE CORPS RESEARCH & WRITING INTERN – ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND
The Resources Intern, EDF Climate Corps, will play a pivotal role in researching updates for the EDF Climate Corps Handbook and collecting resources for the fellow resource library. The EDF Climate Corps Handbook is a critical resource for the EDF Climate Corps fellows and host organizations and the current Handbook (Eighth Edition) is in need of updating. This could include: new and/or updated references, charts and statistics, and new and/or updated content. The intern will also research new resources for the fellowship program’s main project types: energy efficiency, renewable energy, electric vehicles, supply chain sustainability, and GHG accounting/goal setting. The intern will then upload the new resources to the online fellow resource library in an organized fashion and assist with editing of the Handbook. This internship would involve either compensation for hourly work paid at a rate competitive with leading non-profits or academic credit. Students are encouraged to seek academic credit or funding through their college/university and EDF will ensure that any and all paperwork needed to secure academic credit is completed.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT – GLOBAL ACCESS IN ACTION (GAiA)
Global Access in Action (GAiA) is a dynamic global health non-profit organization that focuses on improving access to lifesaving medicines in vulnerable populations through the implementation of legal, policy, and regulatory reform. We work with key domestic and international stakeholders. We seek to conduct research on the costs of trade and regulatory barriers to access to medicines in the OECD and explore incentive mechanisms that would encourage rapid availability of new medicines. The research assistant will be closely involved in the literature review, drafting and revising the white papers or articles. The RA will work with GAiA’s Co-Directors: Professor William Fisher, Professor Mark Wu, Professor Ruth Okediji and Quentin Palfrey. Under the supervision of GAiA’s team, the RA will work to produce a paper on the costs of trade and regulatory barriers to access to medicines in the OECD. Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and a recent writing sample at email@example.com.
INTERN – MICHELLE WU FOR BOSTON
Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu serves as an At-Large Councilor representing all of Boston’s neighborhoods. The Wu Team is looking for enthusiastic, dependable, and driven interns interested in exposure to policy and/or political operations. Responsibilities will vary according to what department intern is placed in, but may include attending community meetings, managing and responding to constituent services requests, and providing staff support to the Councilor. Positions for both Summer and Fall are available. Summer policy interns will be conducting in-depth research and writing projects. Both graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to apply. Unpaid but possible academic credit. Contact: Melanie Alba.
GENERAL SUPPORT INTERN – CITY OF MEDFORD ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT OFFICE
The City of Medford Office of Energy & Environment is looking for an undergraduate or graduate student interested in a year-long internship to provide general support to the office. We can offer both paid internships and Federal Work Study positions. The City of Medford is very environmentally progressive, and the office works on programs and projects including municipal wide energy efficiency, reducing Medford’s carbon footprint, wetlands protection, open space development, and storm water outreach. The Office is also spearheading climate change assessment and adaptation planning for the City of Medford. Interns can identify and take the lead on projects based on their interest. For example, previous interns have helped with a local plastic bag ban ordinance, municipal tree protections, developing tools to communicate Medford’s climate vulnerabilities to residents, and generating new GIS data analysis. Contact: Alicia L Hunt.
MANAGER OF LEARNING & EVALUATION – JUST-A-START
COORDINATOR FOR CHANGE MANAGEMENT – GREENERU
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CASTALIA
Washington, D.C. or Bogota, Colombia
ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND COMMUNITY STRATEGIST – EVERSOURCE
DATA ANALYSIS SPECIALIST FOR SCIENCE – BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
ANALYST/CONSULTANT: UTILITY ADVISORY TEAM – DAYMARK ENERGY ADVISORS, INC.
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CONNETICS TRANSPORTATION GROUP (CTG)
Chicago, IL or Atlanta, GA
Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate job title in the subject line.
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER I/II – MAPC
$55,000 – $70,000
DATA ARCHITECT/PROGRAMMER – ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & ENGINEERING
BOSTON PROGRAM SENIOR ASSOCIATE – ITDP
RESEARCH MANAGER – THE CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS
ASSET MANAGER – PLANNING OFFICE OF URBAN AFFAIRS
CAPITOL HILL ECODISTRICT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – CAPITOL HILL HOUSING
Up to $100,000
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY RESEARCH ANALYST – NEW VIRGINIA MAJORITY
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER – PROSPERA HOUSING COMMUNITY SERVICES
San Antonio, TX
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – TETRATECH
Arlington, VA/Burlington, VT
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – CITY OF FRAMINGHAM
$111,754 – $128,508
REGIONAL PLANNER/SENIOR PLANNER – LOWER CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
$50,000 – $60,000
PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATE, FLOOD-PREPARED COMMUNITIES – PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER I – WESTON & SAMPSON
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FINANCE – MAPC
$75,000 – $90,000
CLIMATE STAFF ASSOCIATE – LAMONT-DOHERTY EARTH OBSERVATORY (COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY)
PLANNING & ZONING COORDINATOR – TOWN OF SUDBURY
$47,086 – $52,833
Contact: Adam Duchesneau
PROJECT MANAGER CONSULTANT FOR FIELD RESEARCH – UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH CENTER
$45 – $60 per hour
Contact: Shir Ginzberg (Please send a cover letter and resume or CV as the first step of applying.)
RESEARCH ASSISTANT III – HARVARD JOINT CENTER OF HOUSING STUDIES
$58,663.87 – $75,240.18
IMMIGRANT SERVICES COORDINATOR – CITY OF SOMERVILLE
REGIONAL DIRECTOR – STANFORD UNIVERSITY/PRINCETON UNIVERSITY AMERICAN VOICES PROJECT
Chicago, IL; Seattle, WA
GIS ANALYST – WRIGHT-PIERCE
Portland, ME; Portsmouth, NH; Manchester, NH; Andover, MA; Topsham, ME
COMMUNITY PROPERTY MANAGER – UFI CLT
$30/hour; 20 hrs. per week
PROPOSAL MANAGER – CADMUS GROUP
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – TOWN OF ORANGE
$65,000 – $70,000
SCIENCE POLICY RESEARCH IMPACT LEAD – PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – MASSDOT
$57,286.06 – 79,490.06
SENIOR LOAN OFFICER – INVEST DETROIT
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – CITY OF SOMERVILLE
SUSTAINABILITY MANAGER – HARVARD OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
LEAD ORGANIZER – SEIU 32BJ
NY, NJ or DC Areas
GIS, DATA AND RESEARCH LIBRARIAN – HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF DESIGN
CPA MANAGER – CITY OF SOMERVILLE
ENERGY PROJECT MANAGER – AMAZON
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER – CODMAN SQUARE NDC
LAND USE AND NATURAL RESOURCES PLANNER – FRANKLIN REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
$39,000 – $43,000
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – DSNI
$45,000 – $50,000; Commensurate with Experience
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – HARVARD UNIVERSITY OFFICE FOR SUSTAINABILITY
PROGRAM ASSOCIATE – GIS – WINROCK
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – PLANNING DEPT. – TOWN OF DUXBURY
SENIOR PLANNER – TOWN OF WELLESLEY
$67,800 – $82,900
CLIMATE RESILIENCE PROJECT MANAGER – MYSTIC RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF BOSTON
Contact: Alison Brizius
JUNIOR ASSOCIATE – NELSON/NYGAARD CONSULTING ASSOCIATES
PROGRAM MANAGER – TCRC
RESEARCH ANALYST – COUNCIL OF DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
$60,000 – $100,000
TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF BOXBOUROUGH
$69,827 to $85,078
Contact: Cheryl Mahoney
GIS PLANNER – STRAFFORD REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CHICA PROJECT
$33,000 to $37,000; $15/hour (part-time)
RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM COORDINATOR II – MASS DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY RESOURCES
$57,245.50 – $81,952.52
EXECUTIVE DEPUTY DIRECTOR – GREENTOWN LABS
GIS/MARKET RESEARCH CONSULTANT – OPTIRTC
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – B’NAI B’RITH HOUSING (BBH)
ZONING SERVICES PROJECT MANAGER – AEI CONSULTANTS
ASSOCIATE/SR. ASSOCIATE – GLOBAL CLIMATE FINANCE – ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE
Boulder, CO or Washington, D.C.
PUBLIC TRANSIT MANAGER – ITDP
CLIMATE RESILIENCE PROGRAM MANAGER – MYSTIC RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FINANCE – MAPC
$75,000 – $90,000
PLANNER I/DATA MANAGER AND ANALYST – PVPC
$40,000 – $48,000
Contact: Molly Goren-Watts
ASSET MANAGER – PLANNING OFFICE FOR URBAN AFFAIRS
PLANNING DIRECTOR – TOWN OF WELLESLEY
Up to $111,700
MASSACHUSETTS ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & JUSTICE ORGANIZER – CLEAN WATER ACTION
$18-$21 per hour (24 hours per week)
Contact: Elizabeth Saunders
SENIOR CLINICAL OPERATIONS & BUSINESS ANALYTICS (COBA) DATA ANALYST – DANA FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE
SOLUTIONS FELLOW – THE CENTER FOR CLIMATE AND ENERGY SOLUTIONS (C2ES)
SENIOR MANAGER, WATER – CERES INSTITUTE
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – MADISON PARK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
SENIOR PLANNER – TETON COUNTY
Jackson Hole, WY
$69,132 – $72,632
SENIOR HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER – CITY OF CHELSEA
$63,371.57 – $79,401.32
STUDENT SUPERVISOR – TISCH LIBRARY ACCESS SERVICES
POLICY ASSOCIATE – NORTHEAST CLEAN ENERGY COUNCIL (NECEC)
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER/ANALYST – EDR GROUP
INVESTMENT OFFICER – MASSACHUSETTS HOUSING INVESTMENT CORPORATION
PLANNING DIRECTOR – TOWN OF LEXINGTON
$87,762 – $99,191
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – TOWN OF WELLESLEY
$67,800 – $82,900;$27.00 to $32.00 per hour
GIS SPECIALIST – MCCORMICK BIOLOGICAL, INC.
LEAD, SCIENCE HUB FOR ACCOUNTABILITY – UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS
RESEARCH ANALYST II: LAND USE & TRANSPORTATION – MAPC
$65,000.00 – $76,000.00
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – BOSTON CASA
CONSERVATION AGENT – CITY OF EASTHAMPTON
NATIONAL ORGANIZER – IT TAKES ROOTS
North Miami, FL
$58,000 – $65,000
PLANNER II/PLANNER III/SENIOR PLANNER – CITY OF AUSTIN
$21.48 – $33.81/hour
INTERIM PLANNING DIRECTOR – TOWN OF WELLESLEY
FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE – COMMONWEALTH KITCHEN
HOUSING PROGRAM SPECIALIST II – MASS DHCD
$57,245.50 – $81,952.52
ANALYST/SENIOR ANALYST – K&M ADVISORS
Chevy Chase, MD
ZONING ASSOCIATE PLANNER – CITY OF CAMBRIDGE
POLICY AND PRACTICE ASSOCIATE – HEALTH RESOURCES IN ACTION
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE OFFICER, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY – DANA FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE
PLANNING ANALYST (HISTORIC PRESERVATION) – CITY OF WORCESTER
$50,028.81 – $56,791.16
STRATEGIC ELECTRIFICATION ANALYST, ENERGY SERVICES DIVISION – DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES (DER) TEAM – CADMUS GROUP
Contact: Kelly Blynn
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – BOSTON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
$75,800 – $94,700
OFFICER, PHILADELPHIA RESEARCH INITIATIVE – PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS
ENERGY POLICY ASSOCIATE – NORTHEAST ENERGY EFFICIENCY PARTNERSHIPS (NEEP)
ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS – TERRA ENVIRONMENTAL, LLC
DIRECTOR OF STATE AFFAIRS – NATIONAL HEAD START ASSOCIATION
GIS OFFICERS – REACH
PLANNER – BSC GROUP
WETLANDS SOIL SPECIALIST – TOWN OF SPENCER
STAFF ATTORNEY, CLEAN AIR AND WATER STRATEGIC LITIGATION – CONSERVATION LAW FOUNDATION
REGIONAL PLANNER III, ENERGY PROJECT MANAGER – MA OFFICE OF FACILITY MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE
63,188.84 – 92,071.98 Yearly
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – BOSTON UJIMA PROJECT
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – MULTIPLE U.S. FEDERAL AGENCIES
- STUDENT TRAINEE, SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH ANALYST – OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL
- RECENT GRADUATE, SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH ANALYST – OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL
ACTION FUND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – ENVIRONMENTAL LEAGUE OF MASSACHUSETTS
COMMUNITY PLANNER / ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST – CITY OF NEWTON
DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – SIERRA CLUB
Oakland, CA or Washington, D.C.
PROJECT COORDINATOR II (GOVERNANCE CENTER, CLIMATE RESILIENCE PRACTICE) – WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE (WRI)
GIS ANALYST/MODELER – RPS NORTH AMERICA
South Kingstown, RI
INNOVATION ANALYST – ENEL GREEN POWER
ENERGY MANAGER – CITY OF BOSTON
$65,635.86 – $89,338.19
SUMMER EDUCATORS – LAND’S SAKE
$13- $15/hour, with free produce from the farm
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – PLANNING OFFICE OF URBAN AFFAIRS, ARCHDIOCESE OF BOSTON
DATA ANALYST & SPATIAL DATA SCIENTIST – FRAYM
SENIOR GIS PLANNER – LEHIGH VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION
SUMMER CAMPAIGN JOB OPPORTUNITIES – FUND FOR THE PUBLIC INTEREST
$6,000-$8,000 / summer
PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITIONIST – CITY OF CAMBRIDGE
REAL ESTATE DIRECTOR – FENWAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Contact: Ann Silverman
SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM DEVELOPER – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
$74,253.40 – $107,430.44
PART-TIME PLANNER – TOWN OF WELLESLEY
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CADMUS GROUP
SENIOR ANALYST – CADMUS GROUP
PUBLIC SCHOOL MONITORING SPECIALIST – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION
$71,097.00 – $104,970.32
PROBLEM RESOLUTION TEAM SPECIALIST – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION
$71,102.20 – $103,008.36
SCIENCE EDUCATION SPECIALIST – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION
$71,102.20 – $103,008.36
ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCE COORDINATOR – CENTER FOR ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY
$43,000 – $50,000
OFFICE MANAGER – BOSTON COMMUNITY VENTURES, INC
Jamaica Plain, Boston
Contact: Marie Mercurio
SENIOR POLICY ADVISOR, CLIMATE, ENERGY & RESILIENCE – A BETTER CITY
CLIMATE AND BUILDINGS PROGRAM ANALYST – MASS. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY RESOURCES (DOER)
$63,188.84 – $92,071.98
ACTION TRACK COORDINATOR, FOOD SECURITY & SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURE – GLOBAL COMMISSION ON ADAPTATION (WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO FREE KIDS
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – GLOBAL IMPACT INVESTING NETWORK (GIIN)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – REMI
GIS PROGRAMMER ANALYST – MAINE DOT
MEMBER ORGANIZING MANAGER – BOSTON UJIMA PROJECT
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CMAP
ASSOCIATE EDITOR – MASS MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION
DISTRICT DIRECTOR – STATE SENATOR WILLIAM BROWNSBERGER
VICE PRESIDENT, GRANTMAKING – HEALTH RESOURCES IN ACTION
DIRECTOR, RESEARCH & EVALUATION – HEALTH RESOURCES IN ACTION
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NEW ENGLAND – INSTITUTE FOR NONPROFIT PRACTICE
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – INSTITUTE FOR NONPROFIT PRACTICE
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT – EDR GROUP
APR STEWARDSHIP PLANNER – MA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES
West Springfield, MA
$63,188.84 – 92,071.98
SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER, ARTS & CREATIVITY – BARR FOUNDATION
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – THE FUNDERS’ COMMITTEE FOR CIVIC PARTICIPATION
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – BETTER FUTURE PROJECT
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – NUESTRA COMUNIDAD
PROGRAM MANAGER – LINCOLN INSTITUTE OF LAND POLICY
PLANNING DIRECTOR – TOWN OF WELLESLEY
STAFF PLANNER – CITY OF NEW BEDFORD
New Bedford, MA
$49,233 – $61,546
SALES DEVELOPMENT REPRESENTATIVE – RAPTOR MAPS
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNER – TOWN OF FALMOUTH
$30.69 – $40.02/hr.
SUMMER EDUCATORS – LAND’S SAKE
$13- $15/hour, with free produce from the farm!
PROJECT OPERATIONS MANAGER – DUDLEY NEIGHBORS, INC.
$50,000 – $55,000
DIRECTOR OF ORGANIZING – DUDLEY NEIGHBORS, INC.