NEW NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION-FUNDED PHD PROGRAM – UMASS AMHERST
Researching PhD programs in Anthropology, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Environmental Conservation, Geosciences, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Resource Economics, or others? ELEVATE is a new PhD program funded by the National Science Foundation that will train students to solve the technical, equity, and climate challenges in the energy transition. The program will welcome its first cohort in fall 2021. Learn more here.
U.S. C3E POSTER COMPETITION – CLEAN ENERGY EDUCATION & EMPOWERMENT (C3E)
Students and early-career researchers are invited to participate in a poster competition at the annual U.S. C3E Symposium and Awards, which will be held December 8-9, 2020. The poster competition exposes symposium attendees to cutting-edge research in a variety of clean energy fields. A poster committee with wide-ranging expertise will select the most compelling poster submissions for presentation at the symposium with an eye toward diversity of institution, topic, and discipline. Only two weeks left! Apply here by Friday, October 16, 2020 at 11:59 pm ET.
NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR APA-MA/MAPD AWARDS – AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION, MASSACHUSETTS CHAPTER
The APA-MA awards program is open to any individual or planning project in the Commonwealth. Except for the Professional Planner Award, membership in APA and/or the Massachusetts Chapter is not required. Nominations for the Elected Official of the Year Award were due by Wednesday, September 30th; nominations for all other awards are due by Wednesday, October 28th. Further information, including the awards categories and criteria, eligibility requirements, submission instructions, and a link to the nomination form, is available at the link above.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMPETITION NOW OPEN – US DEPT. OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
Interested in creating a real-world solution that strengthens the design and production of livable, sustainable housing for low- and moderate-income communities? If so, enter the 2021 Innovation in Affordable Housing (IAH) Student Design and Planning Competition. Competition registration is now open! Deadline to register is November 2. Watch a replay of the webinar for background information about the competition here.
CFP: UCLA’S CRITICAL PLANNING JOURNAL – UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES (UCLA)
Critical Planning Journal, the student-run journal of the Department of Urban Planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, is excited to announce its 25th Volume: Planning in Crisis. We invite submissions that explore planning’s ability to exacerbate or mitigate ongoing and future crises. Please see the PDF attached for a detailed explanation of this volume’s Call For Papers. All submissions due December 15, 2020.
CHECK OUT TUFTS’ FALL ONLINE WORKSHOPS – TUFTS UNIVERSITY
The Tufts libraries are offering a wide variety of tech-related workshops this fall. Check out the event calendar and descriptions at the link above.
PARTICIPATE IN 2021 TUFTS ENERGY CONFERENCE – TUFTS UNIVERSITY
The Tufts Energy Conference is a student-run event that brings together global, interdisciplinary scholars, students, and working professionals to explore key issues in energy technology and policy. Check out the 15 year history of conferences at our website. This year, TEC will be held virtually in late February 2021. As a student-run event, there are tons of opportunities for you to participate in the conference. As an organizer or attendee of TEC, you will have a chance to interact with faculty and professionals in energy fields, hear talks from industry experts and researchers, and hone several professional skills. To get involved, take the general interest survey here.
REGISTER FOR OR RENEW YOUR APA MEMBERSHIP – AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION MASSACHUSETTS CHAPTER
Has your free student APA membership expired? Retaining your APA national membership has many benefits, including frequent newsletters on topics pertaining to policy and planning and discounts on APA-sponsored events. If you’re a recent UEP graduate deciding whether or not to renew your APA membership, the introductory rate for the year is $79. If you can’t afford a national APA membership at this time but want to stay connected to the planning community, there is also a chapter-only membership for APA-MA, which costs $35/year.
Chapter-only benefits include:
- continued connection to a strong network of planning professionals in Massachusetts
- discounts on registration fees for conferences and trainings
- access to the quarterly Massachusetts Planning Magazine
Questions about getting involved with the student representatives on the APA-MA Board? Contact Becky Eidelman at Rebecca.Eidelman@Tufts.edu.
NEIGHBORHOOD VOLUNTEER GROUP SEEKS COORDINATORS – ALLSTON BRIGHTON NEIGHBORHOOD PODS (ABNPP)
Allston Brighton Neighborhood Pods (ABNPP), which works with Allston Brighton Mutual Aid to help address local residents’ needs, is looking for coordinators as it continues and expands the scope of its work. Positions include:
- Resource Coordinator: oversee the collection and redistribution of resources, manage digital operations
- NPP Recruitment + Outreach Coordinator: connect with new volunteers and community groups, support mapping efforts
To learn more, contact UEP student Minerva Ciaffone Rodriguez at MinervaCiaffone@gmail.com.
TRANSPORTATION BLOG SEEKS ARTICLE PITCHES – STREETSBLOG MASS
Streetsblog MASS is interested in your pitches for stories about public transit/walking/biking/mobility/safer streets. They pay $0.50 per word for reported pieces, and are especially keen to have more bylines from women and people of color. Please spread the word, and send pitches to firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPLOAD YOUR SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT TO TUFTS’ DATABASE – TUFTS OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
Did you submit a mid-term or final paper on a sustainability project idea for Tufts or its surrounding communities? If you have a report written on Tufts sustainability project ideas, please upload your reports to the Office of Sustainability Student Project Database, housed within the Tufts Digital Library. This database helps the Office of Sustainability and future Tufts students learn from previous research and build off it for future sustainability projects. Instructions to upload your projects are here.
APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR ANIMALS/POLICY MASTERS PROGRAM – TUFTS UNIVERSITY CUMMINGS SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
Students in the MS in Animals and Public Policy (MAPP) program develop research, analytical, and communications skills that empower them to promote the status and welfare of animals and deepen public understanding of the role of animals in society. The program seeks students of diverse academic, career, and professional experiences who share an interest in human-animal relationships. Enrolling students may be looking to begin a career related to animals, chart a new direction or deepen their knowledge in their current careers, or pursue another advanced degree, such as the DVM, Law, or PhD.
#SHAREMYCHECK – RESOURCE GENERATION
Take the Pledge: #ShareYourCheck with Mass Redistribution Fund & Beyond! Please join us, as people in Massachusetts and beyond with capacity to share our stimulus checks and share our wealth to support community-led COVID-19 relief efforts. For more growing and base-building, RG is also offering a 4 week Virtual Praxis for sharing space together, digging into what it means to show up in solidarity during this crisis, unpacking some of our privilege and blocks around taking action, and building towards the redistribution of land, wealth and power. Learn more and sign up here. Contact Julia Masters for more info.
FREE STUDENT MEMBERSHIPS IN 2020 – ASSOCIATION OF PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE PROFESSIONALS
The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) is proud to be the community of practitioners working to create more walkable, bikeable streets, trails, and places. We foster peer knowledge sharing, advance technical expertise, and support the professional development of our members. APBP student membership has always been offered at a discounted rate to better enable those who are younger or still learning the opportunity to be part of the organization at a more affordable rate. But this year, we are excited to be offering complimentary student membership for 12-months. This is a $30 savings for all those currently enrolled in a university program. Interested students can sign up using our online membership form and plugging in discount code STU2020.
TUFTS INTELLECTUAL COMMONS LAUNCHES – TUFTS OFFICE OF SCHOLAR DEVELOPMENT
The Tufts Office of Scholar Development has created a site Intellectual Commons, that will hopefully create a space for the Tufts community to share ideas and resources, and to celebrate themselves and each other. The website features a few main areas:
- A landing page featuring essays by faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates exploring how their research/intellectual work helps them understand the current crisis.
- A “research” section that will feature student research, including the online version of the Undergraduate Research Symposium, as well as links to other symposia and research events at Tufts.
- An “events” section hosting links to different Tufts events: virtual talks, roundtables, etc., as well as social events like Netflix group watches, online discussion groups, etc.
- A “shared resources” section with links to different campus resources offering support in this time
- A section called “joy” where we are sharing memes, TV recommendations—anything that’s helping us get by and find joy
Tufts Campus Events
Off Campus Events
RISING POWER COALITIONS IN GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: INTRODUCING THE BRICS CONVERGENCE INDEX – FLETCHER SCHOOL CIERP, CLIMATE POLICY LAB
October 19, Virtual
International relations scholars often argue that rising powers are aligning and pushing for an alternative, less U.S.-centric order, but the extent of this challenge is understudied. How are the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) – prominent rising powers and a revisionist coalition – mobilizing across various issue areas, and how to measure their mobilization? To answer this question, we introduce a BRICS Convergence Index based on an original dataset of BRICS institutional, societal, and individual member state interactions on over fifty policy issues. The presentation concludes by exploring the areas in which BRICS policy coordination is robust enough to challenge U.S. interests. RSVP is required by October 18, 2020.
NINE YEARS AND ONE-HUNDRED MRI-DOGS: PROGRESS IN DECODING DOGS’ BRAINS – TUFTS CENTER FOR ANIMALS AND PUBLIC POLICY
October 20, Virtual
The domestic dog’s accessibility, social intelligence, and co-evolutionary history with humans provide a unique opportunity to study homologous brain function in a naturalistic way that cannot be done with any other species. Dr. Berns will show how dogs can be trained to cooperatively participate in fMRI studies – without restraint or anesthesia – and how this has opened up a wealth of new data about canine brain function. These results have identified the circuitry of potentially homologous functions ranging from reward and face processing to rudiments of language perception.
“MOBILIZING FOR A JUST TRANSITION” GLOBAL CONFERENCE – ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
October 20-22, Virtual
Humanity faces a series of intensifying and interrelated social and ecological crises. Solving these crises requires a holistic transformation: a shift from an extractive economy to a regenerative economy. With a theme of “Mobilizing for a Just Transition,” the Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education will focus on centering justice within this transformation and ensuring that it leaves no one behind. We seek to encourage higher education sustainability leaders to reflect and act on the Just Transition Principles articulated by the Climate Justice Alliance and to spotlight inspirational examples of institutions championing this work.
CLIMATETECH SUMMIT – GREENTOWN LABS
November 5-6, Virtual
Join us for the first-ever Greentown Labs Climatetech Summit on Nov. 5 and 6 for a deep dive into scaling climate action! During these two days, you’ll engage across what we see as the pillars of climate action—technology, finance, policy, and justice—discover groundbreaking startups and their climatetech solutions, learn from industry experts, and forge the connections you need in order to take meaningful action on climate.
Internships, Fellowships, Grants
CLIMATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT – TUFTS GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT INSTITUTE
Professor William Moomaw, founder of Fletcher’s Center for International Environment and Resource Policy (CIERP), is looking to hire a research assistant for a project on the potential for forests to accumulate additional carbon out of the atmosphere to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide as a compliment to emissions reductions from fossil fuels and other sources. This is part of an ongoing international research effort to identify how to achieve concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere that avoid dangerous atmospheric interference with the climate system as is required by the UNFCCC. The RA will assist in gathering information, verifying data and producing research publications and reports. Several research projects are already under way with a consortium of scientists who are also working with national and subnational governments in the U.S. and Europe. Assisting with these policy implementation efforts is central to this project. The assistant will assist in managing this process, and preparation for the virtual meetings. To see an example of the work, view the following webinar from September 15th. If you are interested, please send your statement of interest and CV to Professor Moomaw.
REAL ESTATE RESEARCH INTERN – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council seeks an intern interested in contributing to a unique inventory of past, present, and future development in Metro Boston. The intern, working in the agency’s Data Services Department, will collect information about new developments in the region through research and outreach to municipal staff and developers, and will record that information via www.MassBuilds.com, MAPC’s open source real estate development inventory for Massachusetts. Wage: $17.00 – $22.00 Hourly. Contact: Holly Louis
DATA SCIENCE INTERN – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council’s (MAPC) Data Services Department seeks a Data Science Intern to support the creation of new datasets about Metro Boston and the maintenance of MAPC’s extensive data catalogue. The intern will gain first-hand experience in the development and analysis of data resources and their application to local planning efforts and regional policy advocacy. Wage: $17.00 – $22.00 Hourly. Contact: Holly Louis
PLANNING INTERN – BARRETT PLANNING GROUP LLC
Barrett Planning Group LLC has an opening for a planning intern for 12-15 hours per week. Applicants must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in geography, economics, environmental sciences, cross-cultural studies, or government, or a related interdisciplinary field, and be enrolled in a graduate program in planning or related field. To apply, send resume, three references, and cover letter to Judi Barrett, Owner and Managing Director, Barrett Planning Group LLC. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
RESEARCH INTERNSHIP, ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE – COLLABORATING FOR RESILIENCE
Collaborating for Resilience is an international, non-profit, entrepreneurial change initiative working to address resource competition, and strengthen governance and livelihood resilience in interconnected resource domains and landscapes, including agricultural lands, forests, fisheries, inland waterways and coastal zones. This is a part-time, unpaid internship suitable for current graduate students and recent graduates. A minimum commitment of 15 hours per week is required over the course of one semester. Academic credit will be accommodated, according to requirements of your degree program. Interns will work at CoRe’s office at the Open Gov Hub in downtown Washington DC, which hosts a range of organizations working on democratic governance, citizen engagement and social justice. Remote appointments will be considered for exceptionally well-qualified candidates.
FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INTERN – INDIANA FOOD COUNCIL NETWORK
Indiana University and the Indiana State Department of Health are leading the efforts from the Indiana Food Council Network to create a statewide food charter and relevant policy pieces and toolkit type information for food councils. We are in need of an intern that would be able to create a somewhat comprehensive guide as to where food councils can affect policy change that can have impact in different settings. This chapter or working document for Indiana’s food councils will build capacity for their organizations to find and target policies that impact food in some way. Examples like school wellness policies, workplace vending policies, purchasing policies for food service, snack policies for teachers in classrooms, etc. This chapter/toolkit would identify places where policies exist and examples of new policy that can have positive impacts. Research on how effective policies are and the unforeseen consequences and benefits would also be needed. Examples of how a collective of food councils can recommend policy for state legislature is also needed. This one semester commitment will have a practical outcome: your ‘how to find and affect food policy in your community and state’ document for your resume, and authorship/credit in the Indiana Food Charter document. Please email Jodee Ellett with your resume and brief cover letter if you are interested. Jodee Ellett leads the Community Engagement part of the Indiana University Sustainable Food Systems Science initiative.
COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING INTERN – CALIFORNIA DATA COLLABORATIVE (CADC)
The California Data Collaborative serves as a neutral space for the water industry to collaborate on the creation of open-source software, data, standards, and research that support the informed planning and analysis needed to ensure a reliable and sustainable water supply in California into an uncertain future. We are looking for late-stage undergraduates, master students, recent college or boot camp graduates, or even dedicated and self-taught individuals who are looking to work on an important problem impacting service delivery in the public sector. This will be a great opportunity to make connections with staff at water agencies in California. This is a paid position and requires you to work at least 10 hours per week. We are a remote-friendly workplace, and we expect a high-quality of communication regarding work status and any roadblocks you may encounter.
INTERNSHIP (CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY) – COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS (CFR)
FR’s Blavatnik and Robina Franklin Williams internships give selected interns the opportunity to receive training in the area of foreign policy; as well as skills training in areas such as writing, research, and program planning. The intern will enhance their skills in research, writing, and editing. They will build on their ability to collaborate as part of a team, and communicate effectively. CFR internships are paid, require a 14 – 18 hour commitment, and are filled on a rolling basis.
The major responsibilities of this position will include (but are not limited to):
- Conducting research as requested by the research associate and/or fellow on a variety of topics related to climate change policy
- Assisting with curating PowerPoint presentations for events
- Contributing to proofreading and editing content, including book chapters and other publications, as needed
- Assist in logistical support for meetings, under the supervisor’s direct supervision
GIS ANALYST/GRADUATE INTERN – CITY OF NEWARK
The GIS Analyst/Graduate Intern (paid) will work closely with the Chief Sustainability Officer, GIS Planner and Environmental Commission to produce data that the City will use to identify and mitigate environmental injustice concerns. The GIS Analyst/Graduate Intern will be responsible for assisting in the development of an Environmental Resource Inventory (ERI), translating and interpreting technical content for various audiences. The ERI will include data on built, natural, environmental, health and demographic features that occur within Newark’s boundaries. The ERI will also seek to make visible to the public geospatial information about environmental features, both positive and negative, as juxtaposed to demographic and health data, in order to develop a better understanding of the relationships among environment, land use, public health, and neighborhood quality of life.
CLEAN ENERGY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – MASSACHUSETTS CLEAN ENERGY CENTER
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program helps prepare the next generation of clean energy workers by funding internships for students and recent graduates at Massachusetts clean energy and water innovation companies. Students looking for an internship in the clean energy industry are required to complete an online application that includes a resume, transcripts, and supporting eligibility documents. Employers looking to host interns review these applications and select candidates with the qualifications that are most suited to their needs. The program accepts intern applications through its website on a rolling basis. Direct link to the application here under the ‘how do I apply’ tab.
SPECIAL PROJECTS INTERN – MALDEN NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS
Mutual Aid in Malden is a group of Malden residents dedicated to assisting our neighbors in the current crisis and beyond. An opening for a special projects intern is available, contact UEP alum Barbara Kim for more details.
COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA INTERNSHIP – BUILD REPAIR GROW
Build Repair Grow is a new nonprofit program in Massachusetts that teaches young people hands-on, practical skills in growing food, cooking, repairing bikes, sewing, and basic carpentry while developing increased resiliency, critical thinking, and problem-solving techniques through project-based learning. Build Repair Grow is seeking a Communications/Media Intern for Summer 2020. Responsibilities include managing online video tutorials, recruiting instructors to record themselves teaching, maintaining communication and supporting instructors on video topics and content, etc. This internship starts at 20 hours per week. This is a remote position that will work closely with the Executive Director, Program Staff, and Board of Directors. For more information and to apply, please see the attached document.
CLEAN ENERGY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – NYSERDA
Up to $9 million is being made available over approximately 6 to 7 years to enhance the talent pipeline through meaningful clean energy internships to students or as described above. Funding is allocated on a first-come first-served basis to businesses that register, perform eligibility checks, and get all completed materials in to NYSERDA. Funding will be allocated until it is exhausted or until the submission deadline. Interns can work a maximum of 18 hours per week for any time the students are attending school full time. Intern wages that will be reimbursed can range from the NYS minimum wage at the time of hire to up to $17.00 per hour. Eligible businesses can hire as many interns as they can use in a meaningful internship experience, but each internship will be approved on a case-by-case basis.
PROJECT SHEPHERD – COGDESIGN
COGdesign seeks urban planners, landscape architects/designers, retired or practicing – anyone with some experience developing open space – to take on the role of ‘shepherd’ or project liaison for pro bono, community-initiated, community green space projects in Boston. Teams of two volunteer landscape architects/designers work with the community groups whose proposals COG has accepted to develop schematic drawings based on community input. Delivery of those drawings or a masterplan fulfills our contractual obligation to community clients, who go on to use the drawings to fundraise. Most projects last 4-6 months, but have three community meetings which the shepherd attends to support the designers if needed. Shepherds also document these meetings, taking notes and photos.
CAMPUS COORDINATOR – ENVIRONMENTAL VOTER PROJECT (EVP)
EVP is seeking applicants for its selective Campus Coordinator Program for the 2020 calendar year – although semester-long commits are also welcome. 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. Phone interviews are being scheduled on a rolling basis. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to Shannon Seigal, Organizing Director, at email@example.com.
GIS ANALYST (RESTORATION) – WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE (WRI)
$56,000 to $72,000
PLANNER II – CITY OF HOLYOKE
ASSISTANT TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF SHREWSBURY
MANAGER, REGULATORY AFFAIRS AND MARKET POLICY – CALPINE CORPORATION
Walnut Creek, CA
SEASONAL PART-TIME COMMUNITY ORGANIZER – MATAHARI WOMEN WORKERS’ CENTER
GIS PLANNER – LOWER CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
SENIOR REAL ESTATE PROJECT MANAGER – 2LIFE COMMUNITIES
REAL ESTATE DIRECTOR/SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – PLANNING OFFICE FOR URBAN AFFAIRS
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – COMMONWEALTH KITCHEN
RESEARCH ANALYST – INITIATIVE FOR A COMPETITIVE INNER CITY (ICIC)
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ASSOCIATE – THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER – MYST AI
San Francisco, CA
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – GAP INC.
San Francisco, CA
- Director (Environmental Impact; Water Stewardship, Circularity and Waste)
- Senior Specialist (Water Stewardship)
RESEARCH ASSISTANT – RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE (RFF)
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST – RESOURCE ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS (RES)
SENIOR ANALYST (IMPACT INVESTING & NATURAL CLIMATE SOLUTIONS) – JOHN HANCOCK
ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYST IV – MASSACHUSETTS DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
LEAD-FREE NEW JERSEY MANAGER – NEW JERSEY FUTURE
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – UTILE DESIGN
(Remote) Providence, RI/Boston, MA
SENIOR MANAGER FOR WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT, RESEARCH & INNOVATION – THE TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND
Santa Fe, NM (Flexible)
SENIOR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER – CODMAN SQUARE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – PEOPLE UNITED FOR SUSTAINABLE HOUSING
REAL ESTATE DIRECTOR OR SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – PLANNING OFFICE FOR URBAN AFFAIRS
PLANNER I/II – BARRETT PLANNING GROUP
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – COMMUNITY ACTION WORKS
- Lead Community Organizer and Northeast Regional Climate Justice Director
- Connecticut Community Organizer Based in New Haven/Hartford
- Massachusetts Community Organizer Based in Boston/Northampton
ENERGY ANALYST – ASCEND ANALYTICS, LLC
TECHNICAL SPECIALIST (PART TIME) – MASSACHUSETTS RIVERS ALLIANCE
TRANSIT PLANNER – CITY OF BOSTON
$60,000 – $90,000
DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR – MASSBIKE
$40,000 – $50,000
CLEAN ENERGY DIRECTOR – MASSACHUSETTS CLIMATE ACTION NETWORK
PART-TIME GIS SPECIALIST – CENTER FOR GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS (CGA)
AVP (ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE & EQUITY INITIATIVES) – ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND (EDF)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF FRAMINGHAM
$49,238.00; $64,927.79 – $70,261.88; $72,091.24
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST – FACEBOOK
SENIOR CONSULTANT (SUSTAINABILITY, ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE (WATER STEWARDSHIP)) – WSP
VIRGINIA DIRECTOR – CHESAPEAKE CLIMATE ACTION NETWORK
$60,000 – $75,000
COMMUNITY LENDING ASSOCIATE – BALTIMORE NEIGHBORHOOD IMPACT INVESTMENT FUND
POLICY MANAGER (ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY, AND CLIMATE CHANGE) – MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT)
GIS ANALYST – CORONA ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING
ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION SPECIALIST (DAMS) – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF FISH & GAME
SENIOR EVALUATOR – NMR GROUP INC
Deadline to apply is 7pm, October 30
PROGRAM MANAGER – THE NEW ENGLAND GRASSROOTS ENVIRONMENT FUND
Remote/Newmarket, NH/Burlington, VT
$40,000 – $55,000
TRANSFORM TRANSPORTATION ADVOCATE – U.S. PIRG
FOOD JUSTICE ORGANIZER – GREENROOTS, INC.